Uh...I guess...as long as you don't ever have to access whatever's behind that door in the wall to the left. If there was a 2" gap above that roll up door, then the installer clearly "left something out". Are there no roof vents/penetrations in your space?
With two people, it's easy enough to lift out of the way to access the crawl-space for the HVAC unit if we need to - that's why I didn't affix it to anything. The guys who did the door install were actually really professional (TexDoor - highly recommend them if you need a roll-up door in central Texas), but I didn't want them to install a brush because I figured it was my only option for venting.
When I moved into this unit, the building was owned by a different person. That person was open to renovations and allowed me to have the glass doors knocked out and the roll-up door installed in their place. The new landlord... not so much. So, if I can do it on my own, I do - saves a lot of headaches!
Yikes....I hadn't even really thought about this. I'm building a stand and tool box for the Pro+ 8 I have coming. Adding the two pushed it beyond my budget. I didn't think about the weight getting it onto a table. How heavy is it?...nevermind just looked at the shipping weight. Does the shipping weight include a pallet or is it boxed? I should be OK, I think my son-in-law and I can handle that. Had me worried for a second…