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  1. Thanks everyone for the great info! I'm going to talk to the folks at PSH and Tuckers to get even more advice before I take the plunge. Now I've got much better questions to ask. I'm excited that it sounds like the shed is a doable option! Seems like Cone Art and Euchlid kilns are the ones sold at the two large ceramics stores near Toronto. I'll probably get a used kiln though as I see there are quite a few on Craigslist and Kijiji. Seems like there are a lot of used Duncan kilns out there. Tom: Brrrr. I spent a winter in Winnipeg working on a consulting project in 1994. We don't get quite as cold as you guys do! Good to meet a fellow Canadian. Big Electric Cat: You had me worried about posts 2 and 3. LOL Thanks again! Elana
  2. I have a small studio in my basement and am just getting back to pottery after having my second child. I have always used a nearby gallery to fire my work. Now I'm considering buying a kiln so that I can fire myself. I don't have a lot of space and am thinking of putting the kiln in my shed. I live in Toronto, Canada and we can have humid summers and cold winters. Would there be issues with this setup (e.g. condensation, longer times to reach temps or cooling too quickly, etc)? I would appreciate any thoughts or insights before I jump in! Thanks

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