The original panels of the hunting blinds at the lease were made from repurposed garage doors. The builder was dating a girl whose father sold and installed garage doors and automatic openers.
Naturally, the original doors were too heavy and replacing the door with lightweight metal ones padded the profit margin. The girl's dad was more than happy to let some redneck haul them off rather than have to pay a tipping fee at a landfill.
Thirty years additional years of weathering have not been kind to them. The pictures are of the GOOD sides.
We replaced the back with sheet metal.
|My hope was that the foam would expand through the mesh and be reinforced by it. That didn't work out quite as planned.|
The gaps on the end were covered with mesh and then we shot in expanding foam-in-a-can.
The other three sides will be addressed next spring.