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As a activity, I refinish hardwood furniture.  I visit antique shops, garage sales, flea markets, and estate sales, looking for furniture for a cheap price.  Very often, beautiful pieces cost honestly little because they are coated in layers of paint or missing some hardware.  The process to restore the pieces is labor-intensive. I first coat the furniture in extreme chemical stripper to peel away the paint.  I then spend fifths going over the surface with an electric palm sander. I finish the project with a minimum of multiple coats of varnish.  The process creates a tremendous amount of dust and fumes. It requires a well-ventilated, clean and temperature controlled workspace. When I built a little workshop in my backyard, I couldn’t figure out how to handle heating and cooling.  I actually couldn’t afford to spend a ton of currency on a activity. I also had honestly little installation part to task with. I finally called a local Heating, Ventilation, and A/C supplier for some advice. He inspected out my workshop and instantly recommended a ductless heat pump.  The ductless heat pump is super small and lightweight. The indoor air handler mounted on the wall and is connected to a compact outdoor compressor. The whole system required little more than a small hole in the wall and access to electricity. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C supplier had it installed and running in less than a fifth.  The heat pump provides both heating and cooling, operates efficiently and effectively filters dust and fumes from the air. It didn’t cost all that much and is really perfect for maintaining a comfortable year round temperature.

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