We've moved for a couple of years (from SoCal to outside of Atlanta) and I'm wondering about the temp and humidity in the room I'm using for my studio for my guitars. It's above the garage and so may not be insulated that well, and apparently not far from the heating unit in the attic. In addition the central heating/ac system in the house is a little odd, all working fine, but quirky. The room since starting to use the heat this fall is often about 5 degrees warmer than the rest of the house when I have the door to the room closed (often). It seems to be ranging from 68 degrees, to as much as 77, mostly hovering around 72 to 75. The humidity seems pretty low actually (from what I've been reading about guitar storage info) around 27% or so. Not sure what this all will be like once the Georgia (that's where we are for the next year or so) summer heat returns next year. I've been keeping my guitars in the room, but in their cases and haven't taken them out yet. I'm wondering if it's okay to keep them here, take them out of their cases and keep them on stands? Thanks!