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planning a studio - about windows

updated thu 17 jul 03

 

Anji Henderson on tue 15 jul 03


Before you decide to put windows in double check my
"hear say", but a builder told me that a window with
pains in it costs approximately the same as a sliding
glass door.. And that sliding glass costs $200 or
there aboutís and windows cost a bit more..

When i get down to building i will most definitely
check this bit of information since hauling in
supplies and equipment would be most definitely easier
through a sliding glass door!! And taking things out
to dry could be nicer with a big ol sliding glass
door..

Also, if you find I was given wrong information could
you let me know vual70@yahoo.com (save me some
research..:)

Anji


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Hank Murrow on wed 16 jul 03


On Tuesday, July 15, 2003, at 08:57 PM, Anji Henderson wrote:

> Before you decide to put windows in double check my
> "hear say", but a builder told me that a window with
> pains in it costs approximately the same as a sliding
> glass door.. And that sliding glass costs $200 or
> there about=92s and windows cost a bit more..
>
> When i get down to building i will most definitely
> check this bit of information since hauling in
> supplies and equipment would be most definitely easier
> through a sliding glass door!! And taking things out
> to dry could be nicer with a big ol sliding glass
> door..
>
Dear Anji;

But think about the materials that will drop on those tracks over time=20=

and make that slider a hard pull indeed. I would think a regular door=20
serves clay better. just a thought.

Cheers, Hank in Eugene

psci_kw on wed 16 jul 03


----- Original Message -----
From: "Hank Murrow"
To:
Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2003 10:06 AM
Subject: Re: Planning a Studio - about windows



Dear Anji;
But think about the materials that will drop on those tracks over time
and make that slider a hard pull indeed. I would think a regular door
serves clay better. just a thought.

Cheers, Hank in Eugene

Um, Hank...no good shop should be without a shop vac. and once the clay
dries, it's EZ to vac up.
Wayne in Key West