Configure your glasshouse
Explore the range of stylish glasshouses designed to appeal to your tastes and growing needs.
For those seeking a contemporary touch, our wide paned aluminum-framed glasshouses stand out as a durable and stylish choice. The material's strength allows for expansive glass panels, maximizing sunlight exposure crucial for plant growth. The sleek design complements modern aesthetics, appealing to individuals with a penchant for clean lines and minimalism, you should check out our Henley Range. If you’re looking to tie these in with the surrounding buildings these greenhouses can be made to sit on a low wall design, effortlessly integrating with the surroundings while maintaining structural integrity.
On the other hand, wood enthusiasts may opt for the Accoya model, a premium choice known for its durability and sustainability. Accoya wood is treated with acetylation, enhancing its resistance to decay and insects, making it an ideal material for greenhouse construction. The warmth and natural beauty of wood create a classic ambiance, bridging the gap between traditional and contemporary styles.
The architectural details of our high-end greenhouses are carefully considered, with a steep 45-degree roof pitch being a common feature. This design maximizes sunlight exposure throughout the day, ensuring optimal conditions for plant growth. The pitched roof also facilitates rainwater runoff, preventing waterlogging and maintaining a healthy environment for plants.
To further enhance functionality, these greenhouses can be specified with a variety of accessories. Staging and shelving provide versatile solutions for organizing and nurturing young seedlings. These are just a few of the indispensable glasshouse accessories to help make of customers life easier.
Whether it's the intricate details of Victorian greenhouses or something a little more modern, our high-end greenhouses cater to the aesthetic and practical requirements of gardening enthusiasts. Investing in such a glasshouse is not merely a structure for plants but a statement of dedication to the art of gardening. It embodies a commitment to creating an environment where flora thrives, and the joy of cultivation is celebrated with every carefully nurtured seedling.