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Anonymous 2014-10-02 11:32:54 No.705605

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Hi /diy bros,
i am currently building a greenhouse and i need some opinions.

Its 28m2 and gets a double poly-layer with air blown between the layers for isolation.
The thermic properties are pretty nice BUT there is still the floor.

1)The original plan was to dig in sterodur plates to isolate the soil inside the greenhouse until 1m below groundlevel. (pic related).

2)Now the question arises:
Wont it have the same, if not a better effect if we just make a casing out of sterodur with 7mx4mx0,3m and fill it up with soil. (ill post a pic)
This quantity of soil would be totally isolated.

I hope you dont get eye-cancer from my drawings.


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Anonymous 2014-10-02 11:34:55 No.705606
And i was talking of "insulation" of course.

This time the mass of soil would be completely insulated.
Which one would be favorable?







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