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In my basement we had an old well room that could not be used. Since I am such an avid gardener we decided to make it into an indoor grow room. I use the grow room about 9 months out of the year. I use it to start plants inside for my garden. I also use it to grow fresh vegetables during the winter.
Here are the steps I take every year to start it up again.

Step 1: Converting the well room into a grow room

Here are pictures of what the well room looks like when it is empty. There is a grow room shelf, 2 fans, an old coffee table, and the lamp. 1 fan for circulating air and the other fan is to take the air out. I use an old flag to cover over the door. The old door was metal and rusted, so we removed it. I have plans on building a shelf/door that will hide the room.

The room is 4 by 8.


<p>Cool. I have a strange very large shower room in my basement that I want to do this with.</p>
<p>Cool! I waited for years and am so glad I finally just did it 2 years ago. I was worried about the electric bill with the lamp, but It wasn't that big of a deference. </p>

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