Best glass supplier in Durban?

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Mmm 19mm might be hard to get and freakin expensive.

Problem with most of the glass places in DBN is that they can't cut 19mm glass properly.
 
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You building a bomb shelter with 19mm?
Yep - haven't you heard of global warming!;)

Nope Sunburst - just starting a costing exercise for building a large system in my (hopefully) soon to be converted double garage. Step 1 is always finding how much negotiating is necessary with the Minister of finance!
 
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Not too sure yet. Lots of variables here! I will have the space far a large system but the limiting factor is going to be my stock of brownie points.......
 
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Not too sure yet. Lots of variables here! I will have the space far a large system but the limiting factor is going to be my stock of brownie points.......
:lol: Your tank is your sanity ...right. Sanity must always prevail :biggrin:
 
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HI ALL,
Now that is a good line Sunburst!!
Just tagging along here,interested to find out where to get 10 or 12 mm glass.
Cheers
 
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:lol: Your tank is your sanity ...right. Sanity must always prevail :biggrin:
Yeah - tried that once before and it did not get me very far. Minister of Finance said that I had already lost that years ago. Found it hard to argue against that!
 

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Kevin, beg her continuously for a year to convert the whole back yard into an aquarium. Then, pretend you will give in and settle for only the garage. ;)
 
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Going for the option of building her a proper laundry and a hobby room on the side of the new garage and then claiming the old garage as a workshop/filtration room to get that horrible smelly stuff out of the house.
 
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Going for the option of building her a proper laundry and a hobby room on the side of the new garage and then claiming the old garage as a workshop/filtration room to get that horrible smelly stuff out of the house.
He He I see you have been putting quite a bit of thought into the negotiations already
 

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