Mini split ductless heating and cooling for treehouse

When I was a kid I was always seriously jealous of the city children who had play houses and even sheds.

I thought that it was so cool that they had their own little spaces to go hang out in.

I was always making forts in my own bedroom, but they were not nearly as cool as having a brick-and-mortar structure to play and study in. One afternoon, I saw something that made me nearly collapsed. Some new kid at university absolutely had a full treehouse! Forget your lame playhouses. How had I never thought about this before? From that afternoon forward, I became obsessed with building my own tree house. When I bought my own home, I made sure that there was a immense and sturdy tree in the backyard. Almost right away, I got to work creating the structure and framework for my tree house. Today, the building is finally complete. The only thing that’s missing now is a workable heating and cooling system for the treetop structure. I’ve been trying to find heating and cooling solutions for some time now, keeping in mind that the tree and treecondo will be seriously flammable. It’s quite dangerous to run electricity or install a heating unit in a dry wooden building. Also, I wasn’t sure how to conceal an air conditioning system component near the structure without creating an eye sore. Well, tomorrow my mini split ductless heating and cooling system arrives at the house. I will be installing the air handling unit myself right away, and I have been reassured by my trusted Heating, Ventilation plus A/C supplier friend that this is the best air temperature control solution for my seriously unique situation.


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