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Old 09-15-2012, 09:37 PM   #1
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I have a small shed area, about 42" x 19' interior dimensions. I store tools there and would like to control the humidity. The space isn't insulated, let alone cooled/heated. I am willing to insulate the space but maybe I need some device to lower the humidity?

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The good news is it can be done. Insulate, weatherstrip, caulk. If you want to reduce humidity a dehumidifier will work....but only in above freezing climates. The other alternative is to heat it and air condidion it.

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