I have set up shop in my garage. I have a nice wood stove for heat and
to hide my mistakes. Now that winter is here I find myself missing the
light in the daytime and the ability to see out. I have thought abiut
putting window(s) in on of the garage door panels. I have a 4 panel
door and want to put it in the 3rd panel so I can look out and see
what is going on.
Any and all ideas will be appreciated.
Just a thought/concern I've had with windows. I have lots of $$$ sitting in
my shop and I'd rather not let anyone scope it out in advance. Maybe I'm
just paranoid, especially since I live in a very safe area, but that's my
one concern. Thieves like jewelry, electronics, and tools so I'd rather not
let a thief of opportunity see that there is an opportunity in my shop.
Larry C in Auburn, WA
"Mike Dalton" < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
If you put the glazing in the top most panels the light will make it further
into the "shop" and you should still be able to see out. A side benefit is
that, unless you are down hill from the road, someone would have to get
rather close to the door to see anything in the shop.
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