DoubleDogFarm
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a little confused. so no windows for the roof? sliding glass doors because why? I didn't quite understand the whole ponding thing.
sheeshshe,

Did gardenRN answer your question? Basically all the divider frames will collect water and gunk. I chose sliding glass doors because they cover larger area and are made of safety glass. One smooth plane with few joints. Much easier to clean. :wink:
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ahhh, that makes sense. gotcha!

so then, where does one find sliding glass doors :lol: :lol: :lol:

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ha...I guess a door replacement shop! lol

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buahahaha

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This is so smart!
I can't wait to see the finished project!

Hubby is in the construction industry and coming across tossed windows is NOT hard (actually coming across tossed anything is not hard), I may have to get him to build me one as well. :shock:

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Out here we are encouraged to install energy-efficient windows and doors. So out with the aluminum frames and in, usually with the vinyl.

Windows and glass doors are pretty easy to round up. Call all your local glass shops :D


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:D Love the greenhouse. Love the idea of a greenhouse forum!



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