Workshop Temperature/Workshop Heat

Well, now I can say that my workshop temperature is whatever I want it to be.
I installed the ceiling mounted Dayton G73 (actually manufactured by Marley Products as their UH5xx series) and my shop is very comfortable in the winter. It's a relatively quiet unit and the design appears to be ideal for my intended purpose. Easily heats up my 13x24 shop raising temps by 25 degrees or so in a matter of a quarter hour or so. Not bad.
Summer's aren't that bad as I have three good sized windows that, in conjunction with a nice 14" through wall ventilation fan that I scavenged from the kitchen area of an old children's home that was being razed years ago. I can get plenty of breeze through there.
Interesting though. When SWMBO came out to see the new heater her comment was "Nice! When will you put the A/C unit it?" I thought she was poking me a bit but, no, she was serious. Said "You might just as well do it up right." Gotta love her!
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Time you did something for the wood, rather than just yourself. Regulating RH is your aim.
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