So due home on Thursday and hope to start throwing the keezer together over my leave. Thought I'd be as well starting a thread for it. Complete with pictures, etc. Was day dreaming yesterday watching the snow falling and thought: "shite, I never considered a heater for inside the keezer!" With the cold snap we're having, it's been as low as -10C at home, so may prove problematic with the keezer being in the garage. The garage is built on to the side of the house, but I have seen it at 0C in there before, as it's uninsulated. So I'd better stick a tube heater in there just in case! I'd bet it'll drop below freezing on the really cold nights. The other concern is the compressor getting damaged when running at really cold temperatures. I'm hoping for a couple of things: 1. Logically there would be no need for the keezer compressor to cycle when the ambient temperature is <3C (planned keezer setpoint). 2. The concept of winter can get to **** and leave us with respectable ambient temps all year round. 3. The freezer is in fact one which is rated for outbuildings, etc (designed to run at low ambient temperatures. Anyone else got a keezer in a garage/shed/outbuilding?