At 12:28 AM 12/3/2009, Brian Kemp wrote:
>John - The split system that others have described is probably
best. Your first
>option of the AC in the wall is probably the low cost option. I'm
>option, but have a stucco garage, so I just need a few minutes with
>grinder and a diamond blade and I have an opening.
Yes it does, and their cost doesn't appear to be that bad, under
$1,000. I like
what Eric did, as my room over the garage is too cold in the winter and too
hot in the summer. Even though it's tied to the main Heat/AC ducts.
>I'd expect your second option would overload the door hinges and make the
>door difficult to use.
Probably, but my thinking was it would be cheap to replace the door in the
future if I had to.
>I have a portable AC unit we got as an easy way to cool rooms in
our old house
>without central air. They are less efficient than window units.....
That's the info I was looking for. I know of 2 people that have
them, and they
seem to like them. In addition to their ability to cool, I don't
know where I'd
put it when now in use.
>The next step up in portable units is a dual hose system where it
>air to cool the equipment and vent moisture. If you go portable,
look at that
Outstanding!! Thanks for the input.
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