Freezing on the Floor
The other night I was in the Old Classics and Performance Garage and it was damned cold.
I just stared at the freezing concrete floor and realized I used to lay on that in this weather.
With more than 10 years since I put wrench to LX, I've gained a little more wisdom.
I'm pretty certain that if I can, I'll be installing a heated floor in any garage I'll be working in — especially the Parking Garage, which is the one I'd most likely be on the ground under a car in.
I hear that heated floors are an economically efficient way to add heat to a garage because it lowers the demand on the HVAC system for heat.
I like that idea.
Plus, I really like the idea of getting down on a pleasant floor rather than something that acts like a heatsink and pulls the last vestiges of warmth from my body. I find it much easier to be productive in a pleasant environment.
I don't know if I'll be able to afford to add a heated floor to any of the Garage Projects when the time comes, but I'm more than open to the idea.
I guess only time will tell.
That and my pocketbook.
And the place I end up buying.
So, I guess time isn't the only thing that will tell.
But heated floors sure sound like a great idea in the freezing cold.