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  1. Loft Designs
    Hi everyone I was thinking has anyone ever used an automatic greenhouse window opener on their lofts to stop them getting too hot during the warmer months of the year. I thought it would be a good idea for people who have to work during the day and couldn't get to their loft if it did get...
  2. Loft Designs
    I am in the process of building my loft. It is 8X16 8 foot in the front and 7 foot in the back and devided into 2 sections. The roof is polycarbon sheeting which lets in a lot of light. I added some ventilation holes in the front high up near the roof. In the back were I will be putting nest...
  3. General Discussions
    Hi, Finally I will be able to built a garden loft plus aviary for my pigeons. I've jut realized that its more complicated than I thought. Can someone inlight me: - which cardinal points should the loft face? - what should I use as floor in the aviary and in the loft - what is the easier way of...
  4. Loft Designs
    Ladies and gents, I had a fellow club member stop by last night to asses my birds. I am missing my secomd YB season for my learning mistakes. That is a story for another day....but he did say my loft was hot and dusty. I have three Redrose starter lofts and each is to plan. Do I need a fan...
  5. General Discussions
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  6. Loft Designs
    I need the best advice possible for the ventilation in my loft. 3.6 X 2.5 Meters Info My loft has being built on an angle to accommodate the slope that I build my loft on. The loft is at its highest point +- 3m from the ground and lowest point 1 x meter. I have three sections, first section is...
  7. Homing & Racing Pigeons
    My loft is 6X16, and I have three vents near the bottom of the rear. The outside vent is 5X14, and then the interior piece is angled for poop control, which has 3 1" holes drilled, with nylon netting glued to the back. The front door has a slideup window, which is about 15X18" when open. Is this...
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