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#1 posted 03-24-2009 02:28 PM

Concrete has a lot of thermal mass, so in the winter if you don’t constantly heat the shop you will be fighting that. In the somewhat limited use my shop gets in the winter my feet are always cold due to the concrete floor.

Even if you do heat it constantly it will still hep transfer the cold from the ground and make your heating a little harder.

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