|John Wills 1||12/05/2019 16:28:09|
|14 forum posts|
I’ve had a small workshop built for me to take up woodworking in my retirement.
being ignorant in these matters I’ve not considered heating it or controlling the humidity.
Now I find for one of the projects I want to do, a guitar, the tonewood supplier talks about a working environment of 20 degrees and a set humidity. What are my options? Building is thermal blocks with concrete floor and no insulation in roof or anywhere for that matter.
|Derek Lane||13/05/2019 08:54:38|
3200 forum posts
I have insulated my shed and have a greenhouse heater(electric) in it this I find keeps the workshop above freezing this is OK to protect the tools. I have a second heater which I put on to bring it up to a comfortable temperature to work in this is only turned on at the beginning of the day for about 10 minutes as that is all it needs.
Both of these have a thermostat to control the temperature and the green house heater is very low wattage. As for the humidity I can't help on that one but I am sure using electric heaters will help.
My main heater is the oil filled type and the greenhouse heater is also enclosed.
Hope this helps in a very small way
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