My lanai needs Heating, Ventilation, and A/C for our workouts

I have a lanai that I labor out every single morning, then it is plenty long and tall enough for all of our gymnastic training.

  • It has a whole wall of screens that can let in a fresh breeze on a sizzling morning, however for most of the year, the lanai is perfect.

I wake up, eat our lunch, do a bit of labor and then labor out, then during the heart of Summer or winter, the lanai is pretty tough, but the wintertime it gets so cold. I have folding mats that lay on stone that seem to keep the cold. I close the screens but chilly air is let inside. I labor out in a jacket, pants and sometimes a hat. I recently invested in a space gas furnace because it was so cold. The space is easily crucial and it takes our small heating system a long time to make a dent. I don’t believe like waiting around all morning to labor out too. Typically in the wintertime I just freeze and workout directly in front of the heater. In the summertime I need to force myself to get up early and earlier. I don’t want to labor out when it is over 71 degrees. I only have a box fan, no AC, to keep myself and others cool, and so if I get up early enough, I can labor out when it is in the low 70s. That makes for a pleasant workout where I can get things done. If I am lazy in bed or labor too late in the morning, then I am suffering through our whole workout. I believe the solution is to invest in a Heating, Ventilation, and A/C device. It just will be quite lavish to get installed.


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