Marco placed a plastic wrapping all my terrace.

@marguicha (90414)
Chile
May 24, 2016 5:24pm CST
Yesterday, when Marco was mowing the grass and doing other things in the garden, I went to a hardware stire and bought a lot of transparent plastic. Then I asked him to wrap it around my terrace and nailing it to the posts. Thus I turned my terrace into a sort of greenhouse. That way, my living-dining room will grow for my birthday party and I can have a smoker´s area at the terrace. The plastic will also make me save on gas for heating during Winter. So I suppose that what I paid today will pay off in a couple of months.
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• United States
24 May 16
Oh that is a great way to have a little greenhouse. So clever Marguicha! You will have good results this way.
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@marguicha (90414)
• Chile
24 May 16
I´ll have my guests warm for my birthday and I´ll have a conversation with my plants too.
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@Corbin5 (99891)
• United States
24 May 16
I am sure the plastic will add to the warmth of your home and save you quite a bit on gas this winter.
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@marguicha (90414)
• Chile
24 May 16
I hope so. I like taking care of the environment, but I also check on my budget.
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• United States
25 May 16
My daughter lived in a house that had a great screened-in porch. They put clear plastic around the entire porch. This allowed sun to shine through in the daytime and kept the cold and wind from entering the house.
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@marguicha (90414)
• Chile
25 May 16
That is exactly my idea.
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• United States
25 May 16
@marguicha great energy saving idea and also adds another room to entertain in.
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@marguicha (90414)
• Chile
26 May 16
@ElusiveButterfly On a clear sunny day, your house can be warm even if it is chilly outside.
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@paigea (21755)
• Canada
25 May 16
That sounds like an interesting way to make a green house.
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@marguicha (90414)
• Chile
25 May 16
The best is that I can heat the house with less money.
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@paigea (21755)
• Canada
25 May 16
That is a good thing for sure.
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• United States
24 May 16
y good idea
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@marguicha (90414)
• Chile
24 May 16
I have done it several times.