Owen, you're tougher than I am. Ol' Arthur acts up too much if it's
under 45 or so. I crank up a heater when it gets down there, but I do
go out and work before the shop is up to temp. In the winter, I figure
55-60 for a normal working temperature, except when gluing or
finishing. Then I bring it to 65 and hold it there or rising for an
hour or so before doing any work...but I claim that's for the sake of
the glue or finish.
I do have two window AC units. I dread using them unless absolutely
essential, cause in this area in July and August it doesn't take too
much to boost the electric bill over $100 a month. I'll be adding a
third unit this year, though, because those two are strainging to keep
it under 80 on some hot days.