I am planning on enclosing a little cavity corner in my garage that will create a 3' x 5' room. It will be rather easy to connect it to my central heat/air but i worry about odor control.
i have successfully used some very small ozone generators inside cabinets in the past. those along with exhausting through activated carbon worked very well. only one strain was ever detectable by smell. with that said i will definitely be using 1 or 2 of these small ozone generators.
the room will be semi-sealed in the sense that i want to use my central heat and air, but i will not allow the room's air to be re-cycled back into my home's HVAC unit. since i have no plans on venting an exhaust from the room the potential odor could drift back into the duct work and stink up the whole house, which would be a disaster.
so how do i go about preventing that?
1. a small computer fan blowing into the room right at the point of entry of the duct work?
2. a carbon scrubber right at the point of entry of the duct work?
3. a combination of 1 and 2?
or should i consider a portable a/c and portable heater in a totally sealed room? the cost of running a portable a/c and/or heater is something i am not to excited about. however, the idea of adding 140 cubic feet to my existing HVAC is much more appealing...
so hit me up. what are your recommendations? experiences?