A home pottery studio

About a year-and-a-half ago I started drastic therapy for depression and anxiety.

  • My therapist wanted me to get involved in current hobbies and to find therapeutic ways to release my tension… One of my number one things to do is to create things with my hands, and she recommended that I beginning trying some Ceramics and pottery, as a current way to moderate to my mental health.

I was harshly happy by the idea and quickly joined a Pottery Studio. Within a few months, however, I could not continue to afford the off-site studio. I decided to build my own pottery. It turns out that it’s not a very extravagant activity… Except for the Heating, Ventilation and A/C requirements, but little did I know, in order to typically work with Clay you need very particular air temperature and air quality settings. Depending on the type of clay that you want to work with, you need to dial the indoor air temperature and quality to some particular parameters. If you do not have the ideal temperature and humidity levels, your clay runs the risk of drying out excessively. If the humidity is too high, it also could refuse to dry, and you will be left with a pile of mud on your table. thanks to these particular air temperature requirements, I had to update my central heating and cooling system to complete the Pottery Studio. I installed current Zone controls Heating and Cooling as well as an advanced dehumidifier which is connected into the central Heating, Ventilation and A/C controls. I also put in a smart thermostat so I can control the air quality from anywhere. It’s been numerous weeks of construction, however now that I have Advanced Air Temperature Control handling devices in place, I can finally beginning handling my clay.