I have a room off my garage which I use as a workroom. As I program
sound tracks in it I did not put in a window to keep the noise down. I
also repair computers and other stuff in it, and in summer it gets
It is a long thin room 2,5 meters by 9 meters, with one door at the
end. In desperation a year ago I took my jigsaw and cut a hole in the
ceiling at the other end of the room to the door.
Any suggestions on improving air flow, I don't want to put in an air
comnditioner as I hate canned air, but summer drives me nuts!
I was thinking of cutting a small hole in the wall which is an outside
wall. Would this help, and how big would it have to be?
Please reply to Group as my email is fake.
It will be difficult to increase air-flow without also increasing noise
For ventilating, the size of the hole is only half the equation, the other
how fast you move air through it. Of course, moving large amounts of
air through a small hole makes noise, too. I think you'd be
best off getting one of those Burnham Duo-Rad type hydronic coil
things, and shut the fan off when you want it quiet..
Either that, or make a big-ass door/window opening, and
insulated shutters to cover it.
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