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'How do you keep your workshop warm in the winter'...
Cabbage and beer. Keeps visitors interrupting away as well. lol

Seriously though, if it gets cold I just leave the T12 fluorescents on; those magnetic ballasts put out a lot of heat.
Apparently NYC high rise office towers are planning to turn their lights off at night while birds are migrating. Considering that their interior heating takes the lightload heating into account, good luck with that.
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With kerosene heater.

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I have a radiant tube heater for my shop but the air conditoner half of could be useful.
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floor radiant here and no need for AC...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Hey y'all. I made a mistake when posting the question. It should be:

Where will you use your mini split? (garage, basement, home addition, workshop, “man cave”, etc)

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Would be great in the garage/workshop. Heat isn't the problem, it's the cooling but 3/4T might just do it.

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Just what the doctor ordered, a mini-split is on my long term plans. My 24'x28' garage/shop has radiant heating in the floor, but it gets too hot in the summer. I also have a 600 sqft. loft above the shop where I work from home most days.
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Where will you use your mini split? (garage, basement, home addition, workshop, “man cave”, etc)

My wife's hideaway. It is a 24 x 10 foot room with lots of windows. We built it off of the master bedroom, and it has been a pain to heat and cool due to the way it is tied into the existing HVAC system.

Putting a mini split in there will restore the balance of the AC in the original system, and get rid of the surface mounted ducting we had to hang from the ceiling of my workshop.

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I would use it in my shop. Pick me! Pick me!

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