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nancy_fros-
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Post Windows on floating walls
on: April 25, 2018, 22:51
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Hello,

This question has to do with aesthetics rather than DIY. I've installed floating walls in the basement but now the room has become too dark. This is where I have set up my plant nursery- I can't reveal what I grow there but these plants require a mix of artifical light + sunlight. So, I'm thinking of installing picture windows on these walls to let some amount of sunlight in and nurture the saplings.

What do you think? Do you have experience maintaing a nursery in your basement? Are there any different methods you use?

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Post Re: Windows on floating walls
on: April 26, 2018, 07:25
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Hey Nancy!

Oh man, I do not have experience with this. I can't offer any help but hopefully someone in the community can offer some advice with what they've done to grow a basement nursery and what's worked for them. Best of luck!

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janae
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Post Re: Windows on floating walls
on: July 17, 2018, 03:57
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I used to grow plants in my basement. Our basement used to smell like a fresh spring. I couldn't continue it because our basement was a little bit low and I had to stoop every time I work there. So I stopped growing plants in my basement. Now the basement is filled with junk.
It's a good thing if you are growing plants in your basement.

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