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    Hey all,

    What should I do for my new detached garage ventilation? Not sure what is the smart play. HRV, ERV, dehumidifier, regular vent fan? We are planning on having a coming fan to keep some air moving, but I'm sure it would be best to get some humid air out. Especially in the winter when the melt off the cars comes into play.

    What have you done?

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    Simple vebt fan and open intake on the far side.
    Let's all work on positivity this week.

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    If heated, HRV will probably be the most economical in the long run.

    No heated, go with ES suggestion with a humidistat to turn it on and off. When I priced it on amazon, it was like $150 for all the parts.

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