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Old 09-26-2006, 06:04 PM   #1  
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My DH and I are building our own home. We are going to start staying out on the property where we are building in order to get it done faster. We are actually going to be living in a 12x24 shed. I know that sounds funny! And even funnier is that we are having a satelitte hooked up to it this Friday . I can just hear the jokes that will be said between the person that installs that and their buddies. Anyway, the shed is not insulated. We have an air conditioner and a heater but when it gets really hot or really cold, these do not work the greatest. I cannot live without my stamps and ink so I have moved a lot of that stuff to the shed. I am wondering if my supplies will be ok with the cold weather that is coming up. Anyone have some input on this?
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Old 09-26-2006, 06:09 PM   #2  
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I just had to say I know the other Jen Lambert from SCS as I was looking for a TAC stamp... too funny... good luck with your building of your home and I am not sure about your stamps??? hope fully some one with better knowledge will answer you...
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Old 09-26-2006, 06:11 PM   #3  
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May I ask where you live, as in what type of weather do you have generally? How hot is hot ... and how cold is cold. I'm in Central Canada and if we lived in a shed in the winter, we would all be frozen popsicles by morning!
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Old 09-26-2006, 06:22 PM   #4  
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LOL Deb. Yeah, my brother lives in Canada and I love to visit him there. It never gets that cold here. I live in Alabama so it does get HOT! My SIL visited once from Canada and we thought she was going to melt she was so hot and it was only May. The temperatures rarely get near freezing and the shed does provide some protection. We will have a heater on when we are actually in there but the sometimes it might get in the 40s inside.
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I would think the extreme cold (which you don't have) would be the worst on your supplies. I think you'd be ok. Best of luck to you on your new home--very exciting!
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I'm thinking too that your stamps would be just fine, because you dont have constant extreme temperature fluctation ... but what do I know? LOL. That is going to be so fun to be living on the property while you are building your house! Good luck!
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