For saving space and soil, this method also has several
other benefits, including no soil-borne diseases, no
weeds to pull and no soil to till, run-of-the-mill side
benefits of soil-less gardening.

Building Your Home Greenhouse Project

If you are contemplating to have a home greenhouse project started, you will need lots of careful planning to do. It does not have to be expensive or time-consuming and your final choice on the type of greenhouse will depend on your growing space, architecture, the available site, and cost. The most important thing is for the greenhouse to provide the proper environment for your plants.

Hydroponic green house

When looking for a location, you need one where the greenhouse can get the maximum sunlight. You must plant deciduous trees, like maple or oak, to shade the greenhouse from the intense heat of the afternoon sun and plan for a good drainage system. The greenhouse should be convenient for you and the utilities.

You can choose between the home greenhouse and a freestanding structure. A home greenhouse can be attached to your house or garage and can be a half greenhouse, a full-size structure, or an extended window structure depending on your needs and the availability of your funds. When it comes to the greenhouse building materials, you can find a supplier for polycarbonate panels, greenhouse film and plastic, and for corrugated plastic.

When it comes to metal frames. Metal Phoenix can provide all your metal needs depending on the design and engineering requirements, with a guarantee that they can also withstand snow and wind load.


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