I have a small building in my backyard that’s about the size of a a single-car garage! It’s a good place to store my shrubbery tools and such, but I’ve consistently wanted to use the space for painting, too. I don’t care about painting in my house, as there’s no room or safe place for me to paint without fear of dripping some paint on the floor or needing some quiet time to paint. The only problem with painting in the shed, is the unforgiving heat of a sizzling warm season. It could be in the low 70s outside, but that turns my shed into a giant sauna, and warms the interior until it’s almost a 90 degrees inside! The shed is well insulated, but there’s nothing that legitimately cools it down. So, I decided I would look into buying a small a/c for the shed. From what I could find online, a ductless cooling system seemed to me to be the most logical choice! These devices were meant to cool single rooms.l Ductless cooling systems are just an indoor unit and an outdoor condenser. Online experts claimed that replacement is so easy, I could do it myself! After checking prices for complete ductless systems that come with replacement kits, I discovered that I could get one that was available at the hardware store down the block from me. Cautiously following replacement guides, both given to me by the hardware store and online, I was able to get my modern ductless system installed in a single morning. I’m so cheerful I was able to make this happen, because I can finally paint in my shed without fear of ruining a carpet, or perspiring to death!