|Forum topic by OldWrangler||posted 04-12-2014 03:28 AM||887 views||0 times favorited||7 replies|
04-12-2014 03:28 AM
This is probably the wrong place to put this but nothing else seems to fit either.
Last year I couldn’t work in my shop during the winter because it was just too cold. A couple of electric heaters were useless unless I sat directly on one. Then my son-in-law installed a big natural gas heater that is capable of running you out of the shop, it gets so warm. This was a wonderful answer to the winter cold.
Now with summer coming I have the backside of this shop problem. I need to be able to cool it down so it is comfortable to work when days go up over 100 degrees, and in Texas this is like most of July and August.
I tried an air conditioner several years ago but the filter clogged up really quick with saw dust. It just didn’t work. I tried a big shop fan but all it did was move warm air around and stir up the saw dust.
Has anyone licked this problem? I really need an answer to this that will work. Let me know what I need to try.
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