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Lady Fitzgerald

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Posted: 02/21/12 05:29pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

alarmin wrote:

With all these smart people asking smart questions, my question is much more simple. Doors? Windows?


He said he would cut them out later. That makes good sense since it will keep the weather out until he is ready to install the doors and windows.


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Lady Fitzgerald wrote:

alarmin wrote:

With all these smart people asking smart questions, my question is much more simple. Doors? Windows?


He said he would cut them out later. That makes good sense since it will keep the weather out until he is ready to install the doors and windows.

And "critters" looking for loose tools and stuff. "Nothing to see here, move along please..."





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Steel tube frame with aluminum skin . I love it already!


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Posted: 02/23/12 06:37am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Lady Fitzgerald wrote:

alarmin wrote:

With all these smart people asking smart questions, my question is much more simple. Doors? Windows?


He said he would cut them out later. That makes good sense since it will keep the weather out until he is ready to install the doors and windows.


You're right, and he said it in the post right above mine. I'm guessing reading comprehension isn't my strong point

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Looks nice! But it's too small. Should have been 45'!

Mav


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