<VV> New Garage - Heating

JVHRoberts at aol.com JVHRoberts at aol.com
Sun Oct 23 19:39:15 EDT 2005

I respectfully disagree. The ones I have heat fine, even when it's only 10F  
outside. And the minimum useful outdoor temperature for heat pumps gets lower  
every year, as the technology improves. We got 'em all over the place around  
here, and they work fine, even in the dead of winter. Sized properly, heat 
pumps  work well even in the Midwest, etc. 
In a message dated 10/23/2005 4:15:53 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
ScottyGrover at aol.com writes:

If I remember correctly, the original of this thread  inquired about  summer 
heat removal in the garage; for which roof  insulation seems  like the best 
In regard to heat pumps,  those which are air-to-air (the usual) require a  
fairly warm winter  climate (in my experience, only specified by Mechanical  
Engineers  for places like Southern California, Southern Arizona, Southern  
Southern Texas.) Not used in Albuquerque or Oklahoma City

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