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#272700 10-Jul-2020 08:19
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As our HW cylinder is under the house, and we'll eventually move to gas HW - what are the other options around keeping a level of heat/ventillation in the laundry cupboard? I got a new towel out this morning for my shower and it was musty and cold.

 

I had opened the cupboards and ran the dehumidifier by it, but that's not an elegant solution.

 

What are some of the options that people know of?


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  #2520529 10-Jul-2020 08:22
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Put your server in there elevated slightly off the ground...





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  #2520531 10-Jul-2020 08:26
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mentalinc:

 

Put your server in there elevated slightly off the ground...

 

 

 

 

haha yes if there was some other source of heat it would be in there!


 
 
 
 


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  #2520565 10-Jul-2020 09:30
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You can buy dedicated cupboard heaters. Ventilation might be important, you could put in a duct with a fan on a timer to pull air through once a day. Or leave the door open. Or put towels on a rail before using them.


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  #2520577 10-Jul-2020 09:46
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Something as simple as an electric heating pad on a timer.  For example a waterbed heater or kennel heater.





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