Rob R. wrote:
The new sign for the business looks very nice. The lift/table is an excellent idea also. Work smarter, not harder.
I imagine those new doors fit a a little tighter than the old ones, maybe you will have an easier time heating the shop this coming winter.
I am getting a lot of positive comments about the sign from customers. The lift table is something we had talked about for yrs ,i should have gotten 1 much sooner than this yr.,it makes work faster & easier,especially when working alone.
The old doors were just fiberglass,these new doors are insulated & with all new weather stripping around them should make the shop a bit easier to heat.
The one old door had been up & down so many times that it was getting onery about going up & down,it is nice to have doors that work so easily now & the main door i use is powered with an opener,making less running for me as i can use a remote when outside wanting in with equipment.
I am using AC in the shop this yr.,i had tried it for a few times last yr.,this yr i have 2 units,for a total of 15,000 btu. It is sufficient to keep it "comfortable",with the forecast high temp today of 94 with real feel of 110,the shop will likely be at 82-83 inside. I have a bigger unit that i want to install for next yr. so that even on the hottest days i will be able to condition it to about 75* which is as cold as i care to have it with AC.