Aluminium Greenhouse 136 - Green

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Aluminium Greenhouse 136 - Green
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The pictures show the 6'4"x12'7" greenhouse with optional base plinth.


These incredible value greenhouses are 6'4". The lengths are 4'4", 6'5", 8'5", 10'6" or 12'7". Features include green finish aluminium frames and a choice of horticultural glass, toughened safety glass or polycarbonate glazing. Standard features include a single sliding door to provide access and a minimum of 1 roof vent to provide ventilation. Options include staging, downpipes and louvred vents. Detailed fitting instructions are supplied for DIY self assembly. Low cost installation is available in many areas.

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  • Strong aluminium frame
  • Green powder coated finish
  • Horticultural glass included
  • Integral gutter
  • Single sliding door
  • Door position stay
  • 1 free roof vent (6'4"x4'4", 6'4"x6'5" and 6'4"x8'5" greenhouses)
  • 2 free roof vents (6'4"x10'6" and 6'4"x12'7" greenhouses)
  • Eaves height 4'6" (1365mm) including optional base plinth
  • Ridge height 6'11" (2095mm) including optional base plinth
  • Door width 2'0" (610mm)
  • Door height 5'8" (1735mm) including optional base plinth

POWDER COATED ALUMINIUM: The powder coated finish is more attractive than the stark silver finish aluminium greenhouses. The tough finish also has excellent weathering properties and retains its gloss and colour superbly. A good example of powder coating is the finish on your washing machine. Powder coated aluminium greenhouses have a similar finish.

HORTICULTURAL GLASS: Horticultural glass is the traditional glass for greenhouse glazing and it remains a cost effective option. Although brittle, glass is also rigid and it strengthens the aluminium frame. Glass is also heavy which helps to resist wind. Unless it is broken glass will not deteriorate unlike plastic alternatives which are easily scratched. Although polycarbonate is stable, styrene and perspex quickly lose their transparency. Horticultural glass is normally supplied in small panes up to 24" x 24". Because of this size limitation the glass panes are overlapped. Greenhouse glass is subject to lower visual standards than other more expensive glass and may include blemishes or imperfections which do not adversely affect the performance.

GREENHOUSE LOCATION: Ideally your greenhouse should have a clear space at least 18" wide on all sides, if possible. This ensures easy access for both installation and future maintenance. In reality this is often not practical and at many sites it is not needed. A reduced clearance is often possible on one or two sides. You should cut back or remove any nearby shrubs and trees. Remember to allow for future growth. Ideally the ridge of a greenhouse should run from east to west. The best position for a freestanding greenhouse is a sunny spot outside the shadow of nearby buildings and trees. A sheltered position is best otherwise additional screening may be advisable. Polycarbonate glazing is not recommended at exposed sites. Plants need plenty of water so your greenhouse should be close to a water supply and the site should be well drained.

SIZES - LENGTH AND WIDTH: Sizes are sometimes rounded to the nearest nominal size for ease of reading but the correct external wall sizes are listed alongside the price. The first dimension listed is the width and the second dimension is the length. The width refers to the angled gable walls at the front and rear including the door wall. The length refers to the side walls. All sizes are approximate.

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