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    • icki
      Id let them run to the edge myself.If you can push the screen down more and have a major trim up underneath.   I like the second screen makes things nice and tidy.Easy to level the canopy out with two.
    • unity
      I think you've prob taken the best actions you could have,  sounds a lot better now.   Have you put a light in there and measured your temps and humidity yet?  How will you extract the warm air on a freezing cold day without melting everything outside? I think you can prob get something to work here as you have a decent building,  you might just need to do some insulation. 
    • Bhang Buddie
      No side windows ? Make a hole and expel through the window, that's what I did. 
    • walnutpolecat
      Iv read on multiple posts that's it's not a good idea to go from outdoor to indoor. Assuming pests maybe an issue.    But I'm starting to get the dreaded and inevitable bud rot on one of my girls. That one won't be going in the tent but iv a few others which still have a way to go that I'd like to save.   Just wondered.... bad idea or not?