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16-07-2019, 20:31   #1
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Heat pump for small garden office

I have an insulated steel tech shed in the back garden, it’s wired for power and I need a heat source. I’m wondering if a heat pump would be a good solution here, I’d also be interested in cooling the room.

Size is 100 square feet. Is there anything on the market designed for such a small room? Would it be cost effective versus an oil filled radiator?
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The heatpump will cost more than your shed/office.
If its well insulated an electric heater is prob your most economical solution!
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You could buy something like this.

I do not know how well it would work. This is definitely not intended as a recommendation or endorsement. It is basically a cheap, unbranded unit. On paper, it should do what you need done. It might be worth taking a risk on.

It would also cool during the summer.
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