Kevin, we looked at this model also.. I didn't think it had the strentgh to hold up here...due to the winds out here on the flat lands..which can be well over 30 mph in the spring..and dang nea constant.. so we opted for models that I can fasten down firmly to the ground ... I use a earth anchor at each corner on the 6x10..plus Mungo'oversized pins through the frames base in the holes provided.. on the 10x20//I used a earth anchor (16") at each section for a totals of 10 we first got the 6x8 model
then we purchased this model..a 10x20..last year
so now we have 2..and fill em' both
Now, all that being sed... the model You are looking at..In an area protectected from the wind and with good sun exposure..would be a great lil greenhouse..
One word of caution...seen this Phenom..b4 I can SEE..this creepin' up on a body// akin to campers and boats.. Ya start with a pup tent or a row boat..in latter years they evolve into a Winnebago and a yacht
We have plenty of wind break here. The Area I plan on is well protected. Plenty of sun light during the day.I like the two that you got though just need to be budget minded.The one thing I like is the free shipping. I shutter to think what final totals would be for these or any other greenhouse considering what it cost to ship a bale of Promix.
I hear ya on the size of greenhouses I want one like my High School has. But then there are some that would qualify as aircraft carriers. I could supply the county with greenhouses like those.
Last Edit: Nov 18, 2013 8:07:27 GMT -6 by klorentz
Nice greenhouse Kevin I think Phil's right. ya gotta think about the area you live in. you can look in the reviews that's in your area if that helps..Is it strong engough for your wind? or snow? and are you prepared for working on it when needed.
I have a small greenhouse and even had to put bricks around it to hold it down from the wind. and its small enough for me to take a broom and get the snow off in winter. I had a bigger one that got swept away from the wind and landed in the field. when I put it back up it got crushed from snow latter in winter... live and learn.. I think you can have any greenhouse you want but your area is your main factor.