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Building my own shed/workshop.

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by FortJefferson, 12 Nov 2014.

  1. FortJefferson

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    If I build my own shed/workshop, I want to have, double, half glazed doors and a window. Will I have to make them, or does anyone sell them?

    Thanks John.
     
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    Fleabay, no reason to buy new for what you are doing.

    Plenty of second hand double glazed doors/windows of various shapes and designs, sometimes people just want to get rid of them for pennies.
     
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    I used a reclamation yard for the windows in my workshop and in effect built the walls around them.
    Making your own is easy enough if you want to (I'm assuming you are competent at joinery) and double glazed units made to the size you want aren't that expensive.
     
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    I'm a garden room and plan on making my own bi-folding doors as they cost £2900 to have some made.
     
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    Gosh ....or words to that effect
     
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