New Obs Floor

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New Obs Floor

Postby jjb2011 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 9:25 pm

After installing a Pulsar observatory last November I had a lot of problems with condensation and water getting onto the concrete floor. After months of drying out and checking where the water comes from and where it goes I have finally installed the plastic layer and the floor matting this weekend - Easy to install the pre-cut flooring.

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Re: New Obs Floor

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Re: New Obs Floor

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Re: New Obs Floor

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Re: New Obs Floor

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