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#5913197 - 09/04/15 12:13 PM Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind
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Loc: Nocona, TX
Do you want an insulated hunting blind that will last for many years, but don't want to spend the big $$$$ to buy one?
Are you pretty handy in the garage?

I have a bunch of these insulated panels that we've been building our latest deer blinds out of. The panels measure 64" x 22" and are 1.75" thick. They are constructed of high density foam insulation sandwiched between two sheets of 26ga metal. They have an insulation value of R-18. These are NOT Styrofoam...

It takes 20 panels to build a 5'x 5' blind and that is including walls, floor, and roof/ceiling.

There is no need for an interior frame. Just build a base to set your floor. The panels screw together and are very rigid. A simple piece of outside angle trim holds the walls together. I'm willing to share any information with you on building the blinds, as long as you don't go start up a multi-million dollar company building them! LOL

The panels are $12.50 each. So, you are looking at $250 for a 5x5 blind. You just need to get some good windows and a door from Tyler over at Deerview Windows.

We can negotiate delivery.

817-879-0998








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#5914417 - 09/05/15 01:18 PM Re: Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind [Re: Hman]
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Up!
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#5917688 - 09/07/15 10:40 PM Re: Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind [Re: Hman]
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80 gone. Thanks guys!
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#5922792 - 09/10/15 06:39 PM Re: Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind [Re: Hman]
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Thanks again to those of you who purchased these panels.
right now, I have 100 left
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#5923871 - 09/11/15 11:24 AM Re: Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind [Re: Hman]
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Registered: 08/15/06
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Loc: Lewisville, TX.
I assume 20 panels makes it a 5X5 and 5' tall. If I add 4 more panels it would add 22" to the height in order to stand up in it?

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#5924248 - 09/11/15 02:55 PM Re: Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind [Re: Hman]
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20 Panels is figured 5'8" at front and sloping back to about 5'2" at the rear. Yes, adding more panels on each side would give you that much more height...



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#5924256 - 09/11/15 03:06 PM Re: Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind [Re: Hman]
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Registered: 08/15/06
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Loc: Lewisville, TX.
One more question...........How heavy is a completed blind that size? I have a base already in place that I need to put a new stand on. I was planning on making one in sections to assemble in the field. But I like this one. I'd have to be able to place it on the base already completed.

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#5924355 - 09/11/15 04:09 PM Re: Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind [Re: Hman]
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I've never really weighed one of the blinds. But, I'm going to estimate the weight per panel to be between 10 and 15lbs, plus your windows and doors... I think you could build your wall, ceiling and floor panels at home and then assemble them in the field with a helper using the corner pieces.
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#5927917 - 09/14/15 10:56 AM Re: Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind [Re: Hman]
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Loc: Nocona, TX
64 panels still available
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#5940934 - 09/22/15 12:13 PM Re: Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind [Re: Hman]
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TTT
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#5947813 - 09/26/15 02:22 PM Re: Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind [Re: Hman]
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Okay, I just took inventory and have 60 panels that we can spare right now. Working on a deal with a new supplier, but who knows what might happen there.

Thanks to all of you that have purchased thus far!
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#6255253 - 04/11/16 09:34 AM Re: Insulated Steel Panels for DIY Hunting Blind [Re: Hman]
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Old post, but are you still selling panels separately?

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