Ductless system is ideal for workshed

The ductless system combines both heating and cooling capacity and is powerful enough to manage all weather extremes

I build custom furniture as a hobby. I’ve invested into specialized tools and gotten quite good at creating unique tables, chairs, baby cribs, dressers and stools. I’ve had success in selling my pieces and my efforts have turned into a lucrative side business. Building the various pieces requires a great deal of time and labor. I need to be able to work on them all year round. I live in an area with extremely hot summers and horribly cold winters. The temperature can vary anywhere from the high eighties to twenty-five below zero. For the sake of my comfort and the various glues, stains and varnishes, I need to maintain a consistent temperature in my workshop. Too much humidity can cause wood to swell and warp, and there’s concerns over mold and mildew. Insufficient humidity can result in wood drying out and cracking. I looked into all different types of temperature control systems for my shed. I wanted something that wasn’t overly expensive and also compact. I chose a ductless heat pump, and it has provided the perfect solution. There is an outdoor compressor that links to an indoor air handler by way of a very narrow conduit. The system required only a three-inch hole in an exterior wall, access to electricity and mounting capabilities for the air handler. The ductless system combines both heating and cooling capacity and is powerful enough to manage all weather extremes. Because of inverter technology, the equipment automatically adjusts speed to the exact demands of the space, minimizing energy usage while maintaining even comfort. It costs me very little to operate.
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