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Goat0311

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#1 posted 10-14-2016 01:42 PM

I am in the same boat as you, I live in Central NY. My shop is in a detached garage, I have been slowly insulating it throughout the summer and am currently bouncing back and forth between my options to heat it and trying to make it so everything will stay warm and dry. If you were to leave it in the garage with our weather elements I foresee problems with batteries draining quickly and recharging constantly, lubrication on equipment in cold temps freezing causes more friction and potential damage, and the biggest problem all the stored wood. As you might know in upstate NY one day its 20 degrees and the next day its 60 degrees, storing wood in a non controlled environment like that will become an issue.


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