Sorry - I read too fast and missed that little word "ad"! (too busy admiring the pretty pictures)
Andrea Locke wrote:Jay, it's not a score yet - I'm still trying to decide if this is something worth contacting them about, at this point it is just something I saw the ad for.
This partly depends on the price/time ratio. If you need instant housing, this could work in the short term if it's cheap enough.
And from conversations thus far it seems like this might not be a great choice as the starting point for developing housing.
I soooo.... agreee! Greenhouses don't need to be water-tight, compared to actual housing though, so collecting "free" glass and over time and replacing the plastic with glass as an ongoing project over a number of years could be done. I'm writing this as much to give others the idea. If you've got "free" wood available, I'd keep the glass close to the size you salvage it and build the greenhouse out of wood as it would likely go quicker.
best use would be greenhouse although that would either mean getting into a commitment to regular replacement cycles of plastic which I want to avoid,
Put the moon back where you found it! We need it for tides and poetry and stuff. Like this tiny ad:
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