I'd like to fashion a small, 4'x4'x4' outdoor enclosure. It must have the
environment of the house- climate controlled, etc. Since the enclosure is a
small one, I'd like to design it to keep heating/ cooling costs to a minimum
and maybe even eliminate most of the cost through proper moisture sealing/
insulation. Although I could probably build the wooden enclosure I would
need, I would really like to try using a vinyl shed. What would I have to
do to make its environment more like the indoor home climate?
You didn't say what you planned to use this enclosure for. Different
stuff needs different considerations and equipment for their
environments (which is essential for planning the whole thing in the
first place), so knowing what you intend to use the thing for might help
the usually-friendly and helpful folk around here give you the best
Sorry! Antiques and collectables. Some are metal and will rust if not kept
away from moisture. I want to avoid temperatures above 90 deg. F in the
summertime and low wintertime temp isn't that important as long as I can
keep humidity and moisture away.
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