That sounds way better than what I have. It's effective, but it is expensive to run. Fine for emergency use only (I bought it when my AC died and I was waiting for parts like 10 years ago), but my electric bill was almost the same as running the whole house AC when I used it.
But then you have to dodge it walking around the garage. I just use the parking sensors....
One of the benefits of having the delay in the rear view camera. I pull in to where I think I need to be, put in reverse then make sure the red line is the appropriate distance from the garage door..
I installed front and rear cameras on the wife's car. I've shown her how to use them countless times. She just doesn't want to.
Hell, I installed and Android auto screen in her car. She still props her phone up above the steering column for navigation
Got a nice welt so agreed pool noodle to one side. Figured the other side too deep in and there junk on that side. Until I recover soon the junk and got another welt. Had to add another to the other side. Lesson learned. Eye hook is a good ideaI feel like that blue foam on the tire rack tells a story...
I had one similarly positioned in my 18'x20' two car and cracked my head on the corner no less than twice... ouch
Also a fan of the tennis balls. I put little eye hooks to the sides of the ceiling so they can be hung out of the way when needed.
Yep. I found a decent sony 3 way system the other yesr and its been great. Not much bass from the 6" subwoofer lol but decent sound quality for when im out there and has bt so im good to rollI have a bluetooth speaker too. I prefer wired if I'm working in the garage. Otherwise, my phone ends up running off with the 10mm socket and I can't find either of them.
DECENT! Ive thought about just tying into the floorvent in my living room on the other side of the interior wall lolView attachment 287458
The back left corner of my garage, the other side of the interior wall is my laundry room. Which of course has a dryer, along with a dryer vent. Ordered some supplies...
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Going to add the T splitter to the exterior dryer vent that's already there in the laundry room. Going to put the backdraft protector on the top and bottom (one of which will go to the dryer, the other to the wall) so that way whichever appliance I'm using can only vent outside. Run the hose to the wall, and just drill a pass through into the garage. Then I can just move my portable air condition into the garage when I want to use it. BOOM!, air conditioning in my garage when I need it for about $70!