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Old November 5, 2011, 12:57 AM   #5
TripHlx
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Join Date: October 10, 2011
Location: Greenville, SC
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Thanks for the replies so far guys! I really appreciate it. For your knowledge, the building isn't actually on a concrete pad, its all treated lumber, reinforced (could easily park a multi-ton vehicle on it without any damage), and is sitting atop a moisture barrier. This was done so that when I eventually move from this duplex apartment, I can simply rent a truck and haul it away to my new home. I'm planning on using a window unit for a/c during the summer, and a flameless space heater with no exposed hot surfaces during the winter. I had considered a de-humidifier as well, after all, they're dirt cheap. Any other advice and concerns is welcome! Thanks again guys!
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