View Full Version : I want a greenhouse
03-17-2001, 09:00 PM
Never thought it would be so hard to find a greenhouse. I checked with A.M Leaonard and they have some, but are pretty pricey. Does anyone have any info on where I can order one? Thanks!
03-17-2001, 10:52 PM
Good luck. Sometimes I see used ones advertised, just dismantle and remove and its yours.
My brother had to travel to Belgium two years ago to order a greenhouse direct from the manufacturer.
03-18-2001, 12:32 PM
Ok try some of these:
stuppy in kansas city nice houses i have one and love it.
mid american growers chicago ill.
get back to me and i can find almost any thing you want , i get so many trade mags. in the mail its not funny.
key thing to remember big isn't all that go with a 14' x 96'
with a 8 to 10' center height
look into radiant floor heat its what im going to next year lp prices are why to high .
let me know if you have any other ?
the outdoor contractor
03-18-2001, 12:54 PM
It would help if you described the style and intended use. The pipe type ones are pretty common, and we have them made custom quite regularly. They also ship easily.
03-18-2001, 01:13 PM
Hey Kounrtyscape, thanks! That's just what I was looking for. Actually I called stuppy's earlier this year for a catalog and they never sent me one. What can I expect ot pay for one that's 14 X 36' or 48'. I don't need one that's 96', I don't have the room for it. I definently want one that's 8-10'ft. high. Also, how about a house out of PVC pipe. Ever hear anything about something like that?
Try this link http://www.igcusa.com/
03-18-2001, 01:58 PM
I checked that out last night and just to get a quote is will cost me $10.00. I can't say I believe in having to pay to just get the price on something. I have checked out a couple of other sites as well. So far I think Stuppy's is basically what I've been looking for. Tell me if I'm wrong about having to pay for a quote from that link you gave me. Thanks again.
03-18-2001, 03:52 PM
Check out Rimol Greenhouse Systems, Inc
The lowest price for 22x48 is $1280.00, this is last years book.
03-19-2001, 10:57 AM
Definitely don't pay for a quote. Go to http://www.gmpro.com they will have many advertising links to greenhouse manufacturers.
03-19-2001, 10:58 AM
Whoops, that site is actually http://www.greenbeam.com Itis the web site for GMPRO magazine (greenhouse industry trade mag.). Sorry about that.
03-21-2001, 09:37 AM
hey john deere,
I paid 1800.00 for my frame from stuppys. Its a 30 x 96 with a 14' center height. way to big its like heating the great outdoors. that why i said to keep it small you can always add more houses. what are you going to use it for, annuals, perinnials, or just a cold frame for nursery stock. If you get into seeding annuals etc. i have a vacuum seeder from a place in wisconsin that i really like , it makes life easy.
hope this helps
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