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Can anyone tell me where you can buy sheets of aluminum like the kind you find on the enclosed trailers, or the fiberglass siding that you find on the big motor homes.

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Sheets of Aluminum?? Do you mean Aluminum tread plate?? If so, you should be able to get it from a welding/steel supply company-There should be something like that where you live.

Justin

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Go to Midway Iron & Steel in St. Cloud. They are right down the road from Gopher Bargain center on Lincoln ave. The East Side of St. Cloud. They have got it all. Good luck.

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I would check out pro fish enterprises, I work there, they have all kinds of siding, fiberglass and aluminum.

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I just finished a 6x14 with a V front. I put .064" thick alum. diamond plate across the entire front and in soffit areas. I purchased the aluminum at Discount Steel off of Broadway and 94 in NE Mpls. Great people to work with for steel and aluminum.

I put standard aluminum RV siding on the rest of the house. I picked that up from Ice Castle Fishhouses. It wasn't cheap, but I think it turned out pretty sweet.

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toolgarage, how tall is that house?

I see it's in your garage and I imagine it will make it out, but you must have a some good height to your doors.

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