GreenhouseDIY Gorgeous Repurposed Old Windows Greenhouse

DIY Gorgeous Repurposed Old Windows Greenhouse

See how this fellow built a diy gorgeous repurposed old windows greenhouse. With old windows some wood and his time he made a beautiful stand alone greenhouse that anyone would love to spend time in.

DIY Gorgeous Repurposed Old Windows Greenhouse

He put in a stone floor to make it look nice and to help retain heat in northern climate. You can also fill barrels or I suppose 5 gallon buckets with water. Paint them black and put them along the back wall of the greenhouse. The water will heat up while the sun is shining and stay warm for hours after the sun goes down.

Greenhouses have been used by people who live in colder climates all over the world in order to be able to grow plants year round. They also use them for other purposes like being able to prepare plants for spring planting. This video was created in order to show the viewer of the video how they can use some old surplus windows to build a very functional greenhouse.

This video of a greenhouse built of old windows is from, Watch Jojo. The creator of the greenhouse came up with an easy to follow presentation that covers the whole process that they followed from start to finish. All of the information that is contained in the video is very easy to understand.

Benefits of watching the video of: DIY Gorgeous Old Windows Greenhouse

Learn about how easy it can be to be able to build a fully functional greenhouse using mostly old windows.
In the video, the presenter discussed all of the materials, supplies, and tools that they used to build it.
The presenter described the entire process that they used to build a greenhouse from start to finish.
The use of video is the perfect medium to use for this type of presentation since it shows how it was accomplished.


Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

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