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    Default Do I need to keep room heated

    Do I need to keep my snooker room heated all the time.
    Have a big double garage with non insulated floor but have heavy wool underlay plus carpet.
    Just recently fitted new steel blocks and concerned about the rubber if left in a cold room.
    The room has insulated walls

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    I would be inclined to keep a low heat on if not all the time, certainly part of the time. You are not only keeping it comfortable for yourself. You n

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    Thanks Philip.
    My problem has always been the non insulated concrete floor.
    Round about this time of year it is really bad for abou

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    Put a couple of oil filled radiators under the table and turn on when playing , leave one small wattage one on all the time ,
    if you have long

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    Thanks for the replays.
    I have 3 of those tube heaters think they are about 300watts each .
    Maybe I will fix them under the table and

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    Please note placing heat directly under slate in the LONG TERM will damage the slate bed
    Heat rises so oil filled rads are in my opinion better

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    Those packing pieces for UPVC windows are almost unbelievable! You must see some real cowboy jobs But I can't imagine many being worse than that.

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