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I'm doing up my back garden slowly and this summer house that was here when I bought the house is a bit rotten (I removed half the bifolding doors because they were just completely wrecked and the storm got the best of them. 
 

Looking for ideas how to make these doors on the cheap. 
 

I thought about bracing it up and putting a sort of blind/shutter thing so I could keep the view of the hills etc and not blocking them with a big open door.

 

Added a photo of the summer house. Cheers. 

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Just make some new ones out of some cedar  light long lasting and smells ace ,pick up a cheep bench morticer or a good tennon saw and chisel ,or come down to mine and will help you but bring some beer tokens

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