I built this FarmTek "Storage Master Solar Guard" building three years ago and man was I grossly mislead! FarmTek delivered a Blem instead and told me the green color would not be much hotter than white and so I trusted them and took delivery of green. Now that it is built the temperature runs away on it wildly (building gone wild!) to 170F on outside cover and as you can see it hovers at 120F inside. So hot, it drips adhesives, now the seams are coming apart and everything inside has been cooked; my tools, my bike, including me, help! Now instead of mediating the company has demanded full payment by levy with usurious fees and interest from me without any help to make it right; they should have cautioned me of the unsuitability of this polyolefin green un-paint-able plastic material, especially in this climate. Any insights would be helpful. The only bright side is now I MFG Monster Swamp Coolers, since I have suffered for so long in my ridiculously hot solar oven proving ground... Come out and see me shake and bake! Tyson
Inside my new building a solar furnace?
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