Yes, we are channeling Shakespeare. There are many things to consider when you have decided to construct a new greenhouse. Whether it be your first or fifth structure, we have provided a four point checklist to consider before you begin.
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Many cultures have used spring cleaning as a way to prepare their houses for their new year. My new favorite is the Chinese tradition of sweeping their floors and cleaning their homes to cleanse it of the bad luck and misfortunes that may have accumulated during the past year. Once the house is clean, there is a prohibition against sweeping for a few days after the New Year to prevent removing any good luck or fortune that came in with the turning of the year. Prohibiting cleaning? Count me in.
There is never “good timing” storm damage, yet most growers will have to deal with it at some point. Turnaround time is instrumental in an industry that revolves around short growing periods and tight deadlines. So if you are in a scramble to get your greenhouses repaired or preparing for an unexpected storm, the list below will get you up and running much faster when the lightning (ice, wind or snow) strikes.
There are many risks involved when bidding out your greenhouse project! Here is a list outlining some of those risks. It is from an article about roofing but is just as true regarding any project. Whether it be your home or your greenhouse, being well informed and comparing ALL bids is your greatest weapon.
There are many checklists and how-to’s written about greenhouse maintenance. More often than not they are generic and mundane. Most lists are geared towards someone having the ideal time of year to grab a check list and do a head to toe walk-through of the greenhouse. This may be wanted, it may even be possible but it usually ends up on the back burner. The approach for this “maintenance” article is to not only explain what needs maintenance at the greenhouse but also what parts and pieces are typically needed and in a format that is easy to reference when the time comes.
These are objectives to investigate and complete as you work towards getting your greenhouse up and running.
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