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Gina H wrote:Jun 10, 2013
  • kgsgarden1

    I contacted LS technologies. They are awesome to deal with. Called several times and sent several pictures to make sure we had everything. It's worth the phone call to get it right!

  • debbielee123

    Thanks so much for the information. I spoke with them this morning!

Shannon W wrote:Aug 19, 2012
  • steve struba

    Is there something that is already made that is like this homemade window that I can purchase and install?

  • Rosellen Krames

    Can you tell me where I can get this window?

lakeonblue wrote:Aug 18, 2016
  • winjr6

    What was the size;weight of those hydraulic arms? We need to do this for a kitchen remodel and having trouble finding anything from glass cutters, dealers etc.

  • Brenda Katzer

    what size, weight are those hydraulic arms....we are doing one of these for a customer too..if you have information on where they were purchased please let me know thank you

kimzz wrote:Aug 20, 2012
  • PRO
    Wright-Built is the company that I got my copper sinks from. See if you can see the counter top better in pic attached.
  • kimzz
    just beautiful!
Lisa Allen wrote:Aug 1, 2013
  • debbielee123

    Did you ever figure out the length or tension. We are currently building a cabin with the indoor outdoor bar and left the 4x8 opening. Any help would be great.

  • PRO
    we found a custom gas shock manufacturer in Canada. they took the weight of the door, size, and distance we wanted it to open and custom built them for our needs.
kahues wrote:Feb 20, 2016
  • PRO

    Pella, its a 4'X8' door

sarahhen wrote:Aug 9, 2013
dollfase2 wrote:Oct 21, 2012
  • PRO
    I love Sherwin Williams Latte. I use it a lot.
mbuvens wrote:May 11, 2014
    mskpebbles wrote:Nov 17, 2013
      Jamal Boston wrote:Aug 7, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Under a Metal Canopy in TexasAug 8, 2012

        The stone pedestal in the previous photo is a high-top table with a fire pit in the center for warming things up in winter; the large fan from Big Ass Fans cools things down in summer.Hydraulic activators make the bar's pass-through window easy to flip open and closed. "The house opens up to the outdoors in many ways, but when it's buggy or too hot, it's easy for me to close off parts of the house to keep them cool," says Wright.This wall is made of Cor-Ten steel; Wright sprayed it with salt water to speed the rusting process.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Kelli Walker added this to Back Yard RemodelSep 30, 2019

        Interesting idea - big sliding doors probably better but thought this was cool

        Vitaly Gordon added this to Indoor-OutdoorSep 28, 2019

        Window opening up so there is no need for window rails on the counter

        val hobbs added this to windows for kitchenSep 27, 2019

        use hurricane front door and open out

        THE VILLAGE WORKSHOP INC added this to Ross Pool HouseSep 27, 2019

        We did another proejct with a window like this recently - this would be nice if you want to close up and heat the interior space for winter, but want to open up the bar seasonally.

        Megan Jacques added this to 5031 OYC Outdoor KitchenSep 12, 2019

        Replace far right sliding door with bar top and window like this

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