Hey! I have been reading about some concerns with heat in a colder garage, so I think I have that side covered… my question was about venting.
Where I live now there is snow, and while I have in the past just opened the garage door a little and shoved the vent tube underneath (and used a long piece of cardboard to prevent the venting from coming back in) I can’t do that as well with snow and when it is this cold outside. (harder to heat garage when the door is open 4 inches)
I have been thinking on it for a while, and was wondering if anyone had put any thought into venting it under a garage door while the door is closed.
I am imagining hooking the vent up to something that converts a 4 inch vent into a longer, yet shorter stream, almost like how a vacuum attachment that is flat, and then putting that under the garage door flange while it is closed.
I have a 3D printer, and could probably make something like this over… a while, however I wanted to know if anyone had any purchasable solutions that they knew of.
Basically a long, skinny attachment to the end of the vent that I could push under the garage door when I am using it, and pull out and hang up when not.