I live in North Carolina where winters are mild. Rarely are there long
stretches of below freezing temperatures. My shop is in an unheated
garage, a hundred feet from the house. It fell into disuse a number of
years ago, and when I revived it last Spring I threw out all the latex
paint, Elmer's glue, etc. on the assumption that, at some time, it had
been frozen. I've been restocking, and now that Fall is here I'm
thinking of ways to keep the new stuff from freezing.
Simply store stuff in an old refrigerator? An ice chest? Build an
insulated cabinet with a temperature-controlled heat lamp?
Or maybe not worry about it. I haven't actually seen anything frozen,
but then, when I wasn't using the shop, I didn't go out there for
months at a time, so wouldn't have noticed.
Moving the stuff into the house wouldn't be convenient because of the
distance to the garage.