I like the idea...hell it seems like it would work in the ordinary garage...I wonder how much the light is reduced on cloudy days? I may have to give that a try.
Living in a tin roofed shack with no windows, OK. Cut a hole in my roof? I don't think so.
Damned impressive!Btw, it appears that Mr. C would ask why.
Personally my ass is cheap and sheet metal can be stripped out of any one of 80,000 abandoned houses, empty soda bottles are easy to come by, dollar store bleach and my neighbors water and free light with no carbon use by me? Looks Like I could do this for under a 2 bucks if I do the labor myself.
walkin' man...good point about the cloudy days.Mr. C...living in a shack with no windows, what have you got to lose?Jadedj...I thought so too.Mr. C. seems to follow the first side of Mr Kennedy's statement.walkin' man...I'll be you could sell them for 5 bucks FOB your front yard, installation, well let's think about that one.
remove two shingles hole saw tar in place and replace shingles no big deal.
Walkin' man...sounds like a great business plan. I'll get right on it.
@ MR C -- Duct tape.
intelli...over the mouth would be my first choice.In pinch painter's tape, scotch tape masking tape, police line. no passing tape all above would be my recommendation.
all this ingenuity is quite impressive.
Harlequin...yes it is. I would never have crossed that path. Bravo for the person that did find a gem in the dirt.
Gems of thought