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  1. Jason, is there a reason that the bottom has the tin instead of just continuing the clear plastic sheets ? Is it cost ? Or something I’m missing . Granted I know this isn’t your design just curious your perspective

  2. Hi……. Jason you are a good carpenter I really enjoy your video, thank you for sharing your video homestead chicken farmer garden 👋 bye 👋 bye 👋 bye 👋 bye 👋 👋 🐔🐓🐥🌱🎥👍👍👍

  3. Just an fyi, put a latch so when you open the door so they can both open together. Also, the top door needs to stop half way open. Don't put a latch on the green house, it may interfere with the vents. Have a stop on it, halfway.

  4. You did amazing work.. One thing I will add though is the ribs should be up and down not side to side. When it snows and rains those ribs are going to hold snow and rain instead of letting it run off.

  5. Dutch doors usually have a latch attaching the two halves so it can open as one. It might make life a bit easier for the Rhodes if they have that latch option.

  6. Chickens have no problem going through the top of a dutch door if it's open, so don't count on the bottom door keeping chickens out of the greenhouse.

  7. You should have one of the latches on the inside to keep someone from being latched inside of the greenhouse. Have a door to door connector latch on the inside and the upper door latch on the inside as well. Remove the outer upper latch. Replace it with a simple handle to pull the door open. Have restraining hooks (keepers) for upper and lower doors mounted on greenhouse wall.

  8. I Love that Greenhouse & you're doing an awesome job.
    I would have gone with what you initially planned, a Door in the rear as well. They could have always not used it, but the option was there if needed. I also really like the Dutch doors. I really want to build this.


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