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    it's all most done

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    That looks beautiful. God, I want a house with a yard so I can do stuff like that. Is that Box on the side a fan or heater or something else? What are the dimensions?

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    killer lean to style! It appears much bigger than the ones people have in my area -how big is it? Did you DIY it or contract the work out? How much hassle was it to have the city give you a permit? I live in an apt/condo so I am stuck using terrariums for the time being... someday I'll sell and move way out in the middle of nowhere (where real homes & land are cheap) and get me a greenhouse too!

    Shauntell I believe that is the evaporative cooler/swamp cooler which is basically a giant humidifier. Air flows through the grate which is filled with a pad or series of slightly slanted bars that water drips through. There is a big fan on the opposite side of the greenhouse which is what pulls air through the swamp cooler and cools/humidifies the air. But then, it might be a heater too... either way, I wish it were mine (the greenhouse I mean, not the swamp cooler) !
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    thanks you guys

    swords is right it is a evaporative cooler

    it 8x12foot not that big but it should be able to hold a lot of plants

    we did all the work our self (me and my dad he can build all most anything he great isn't he)

    in Colorado springs if it small you don't need a permit

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    It looks fantastic! I wish our outdoor temps. were compatible so that I could make use of a nice setup like that!
    To live we must learn to forgive.

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    what are your outdoor temps

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    SWEET!! look really nice there... can't wait to see a pic of it full of plats! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img]
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    winters here are pretty normally around 10-20 degrees below zero (celcius). Summers are better, lately more like 15-30 above. But it's the winters that make a year-round greenhouse difficult! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]
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