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post #11 of 15 Old 03-10-2010, 09:14 AM
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Most doorways are 32 to 36 inches wide. Unless you had double doors,It could be a problem gettin it into the house.. I guess patio doors would allow you to get it in, but I wouldn't be able to sleep nights unless it was sitting on concrete.
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post #12 of 15 Old 03-10-2010, 09:17 AM
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I mean let's look at it from the bright side if you had 1 large room which you'd wanna divide up into 2 rooms but don't know how to built a wall - That is a VERY good alternative to a regular wall in your house Given of cause the part where you don't have normal floor joints but 1ft steel beams
Or since its spring time how about a above ground pond that would look nice too

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Or since its spring time how about a above ground pond that would look nice too
You could dig this into the side of a hill and have a public aquarium effect outdoors!



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I mean let's look at it from the bright side if you had 1 large room which you'd wanna divide up into 2 rooms but don't know how to built a wall - That is a VERY good alternative to a regular wall in your house Given of cause the part where you don't have normal floor joints but 1ft steel beams
Or since its spring time how about a above ground pond that would look nice too
Haha, I always wanted my house to have fish walls!

And yeah I was thinking about getting it into a house without double doors. You could get a crane and cut a hole in the roof. LOL.

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You could dig this into the side of a hill and have a public aquarium effect outdoors!
That would give neighborhood get together/ activities a whole new level - Spc on my Rd with 6 neigbours and 4 of them having tanks/ponds/ fish anyway

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Haha, I always wanted my house to have fish walls!

And yeah I was thinking about getting it into a house without double doors. You could get a crane and cut a hole in the roof. LOL.
Yea I mean also a option would be to custom built a 1,000g on site and just simply construct your house around it while you're at it having this kinda money

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