The floor and substructure are built with pressure-treated pine. All the wood above the floor is Southern Yellow Pine. All the wood is pre-dipped in an oil-based stain sealer before construction.
All Greenhouses come standard with 8mm Twin-Wall Poly-Carbonate.
GREAT! We load the greenhouses on trailers (fully exposed) and travel to the delivery destination at 60 - 65 mph with no problems.
Yes, many of our customers place the greenhouse directly on the ground in a level location. Other options are to pour a concrete slab or make a level gravel pad to set the GH on to.
We recommend an electric, oil-filled, radiator-type heater. They are excellent and can be purchased for $39.95 - $79.95 at any hardware store. Most of them have thermostat controls and work extremely well for this size greenhouse. Two may be needed on larger sizes. But from our experience and feedback from customers, this style of heater uses very little energy and doesn’t add much to your electric bill. However, other customers use propane or natural gas. Use whatever works best for you.
Absolutely. There is plenty of space inside to hang baskets from various locations.
Yes, we spent 6 months developing the best stain possible for this application. Our special oil-based formulated stain is a proprietary blend developed by Wood Defender. The color is “Yoder Brown” or “Yoder Gray” and is only used for our products.
We have two stain colors available, “Yoder Brown” or “Yoder Gray”. Paint is not an option.
The stain comes with a 2-year warranty. We recommend re-staining every 2 - 3 years to keep the highest quality look possible.
Yes, however, the greenhouse must be paid in full, with cash or credit card, before it is loaded on your trailer. In addition, Yoderbilt LLC is not responsible for any damage caused to your greenhouse during transport. The customer will assume all liability and risk associated with transporting the greenhouse to its final destination.
We use a combination of nails and screws when framing the greenhouse. So, the entire frame of the greenhouse is screwed together with 5-inch and 3-inch screws, as well as 3-inch nails throughout. The trim and siding are popped on with 15-gauge nails, which is adequate for trim work. The bottom line is the greenhouses are extremely solid.