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Tie-Fighter

Out of the bedroom tent and into the loft

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apology's for the bad pics large.58c5b4a8310d0_DSCN1484(2).JPGlarge.58c5b4a29bfcb_DSCN1470(2).JPGlarge.58c5b4a3a27c2_DSCN1473(2).JPG 

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Rather odd but i used my existing 5"  fans/filters to cut down initial costslarge.DSCN1495.JPG 

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Rather odd but i used my exciting fans/filters to cut down initial costslarge.DSCN1495.JPG 

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Thats pretty much it,  to start with i had a 5" intake/fan from the bathroom large.58c5b4a7a5ded_DSCN1483(2).JPGlarge.58c5b4a6b2325_DSCN1481(2).JPG

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I vent out through an air brick in the kitchen. (behind a loft board made box lol)large.58c5b4a72eac7_DSCN1482(2).JPG

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Only couple of changes have been made,large.20170313_170040.jpglarge.20170313_170509.jpg an upgrade to 6" fans/filters and a 8" intake closer to the room.....   When these filters need replacing next yr i will probably buy 1 10" fan/filter which i  should have done at the start :) 

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Think i need to learn how to post properly :mellow:

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A couple pics of whats growing now,  auto cc sweet seeds, in week5 now....   large.20170313_170956.jpglarge.20170313_170240.jpg

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I like autos in the cool months because i can keep a stable temp with lights on (2x600w) 24/7 with the fans turned downlarge.20170313_170429.jpg

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On 12/03/2017 at 11:14 PM, Tie-Fighter said:

To be honest i just put down some loft boards.

 

 

mate tbh, your build is a cracker but your taking a risk with the floor as your loft boards look like theyre just sitting on top of the fibreglass insulation

& the floor doesn't look like it's being supported properly,  the combined weight of a person & freshly watered plants could easily go through the floor

if there's no additional support underneath, I went through my attic's floor years ago, it didn't have the loftboards, just fibreglass insulation & a unsupported plank !

 

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On 3/15/2017 at 8:24 PM, Joint hogger said:

 

 

mate tbh, your build is a cracker but your taking a risk with the floor as your loft boards look like theyre just sitting on top of the fibreglass insulation

& the floor doesn't look like it's being supported properly,  the combined weight of a person & freshly watered plants could easily go through the floor

if there's no additional support underneath, I went through my attic's floor years ago, it didn't have the loftboards, just fibreglass insulation & a unsupported plank !

 

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The boards are screwed to the unraised beams that run along the loft,(dont have a pic of that) did feel solid/sturdy (or ive been lucky).... Its been up a couple yrs now,  so hopefully all good

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Great thinking and work m8 ,well done .

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impressive loft grow.. you have quite a bit of space there and you have done a lot of work in a short space of time!

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Impressive space there, lovely looking ladies.

Love my winter auto's too, also great for extreme vegging at the same time :D

Great job.

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