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Konyoman
 
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Default window well cover

I have 2 window wells 80" long X 20" deep which I need to cover.. I went to
Home Depot and the only covers they sell are not long enough...

Can anyone suggest anything else that I can do to keep rain from going in
here?
Thanks


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Mikepier
 
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Theres so many websites that sell those covers
Heres one for example

http://www.polyguardcovers.com/

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I have 2 window wells 80" long X 20" deep which I need to cover.. I
went to Home Depot and the only covers they sell are not long
enough...


Poor people can make a 2x2 (or similar) lean-to frame, and staple-gun clear
plastic to it.


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Some really nice custom ones here. http://www.windowbubble.com/ They have
been around at least since the 80s when I saw some of their stuff. Can be
built to accommodate wires, pipes, vents, etc.
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I have 2 window wells 80" long X 20" deep which I need to cover.. I went to
Home Depot and the only covers they sell are not long enough...

Can anyone suggest anything else that I can do to keep rain from going in
here?
Thanks




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