Have I mentioned I constructed this cold frame hastily?
Even my trip to Community Forklift was barely planned, I was rummaging through the cabinets of door hinges while they announced they were closing in five minutes.
I set about installing the cold frame’s glass lid with a vague notion of how I would get the not-quite-appropriate hinges to fit and about 45 minutes to execute it.
By the time I finished, I had a working glass top, a Univent auto opener installed
correctly and a few large gaps where there should be none.
I called it a success and returned the next day with a fresh plan to fix the gaps.
Post Publishing Note:
This is 5 of a 6-part series -
DIY – The Beginnings of a Cold Frame (Part 1 of __ )
DIY – The Ends of a Cold Frame (Part 2 of __ )
DIY – The Assembly of a Coldframe (Part 3 of __ )
DIY – Painting the Cold Frame (Part 4 of __ )
DIY – Window Hacker (5 of __ )
DIY – Cold Frame – Fixing the Flaws (Part 6 of 6!)