|8' 7 1/2"W x 10' 8" L x 11' 2 3/8" H
|3mm Overlaps Tempered Glass
|Glass Storm Door (w/ Lock)
|Options - Concrete Piers or Slab
|Frame - Lifetime; Covering - 10 years
With its aluminum frame, tempered glass, pitch roof, and ridge cresting, the Parkside greenhouse creates a style as strong as its structure.
This 8' 7 1/2" wide x 10' 8" long x 11' 2 3/8" tall hobby greenhouse features a heavy duty aluminum frame with a tempered glass covering. The 32" x 76" storm door comes with a locking latch and adjustable glass with a screen for ventilation.
The 45° pitch roof and decorative ridge cresting lend an English style to the Parkside, while the base panels not only make for a fully finished look, but eliminate the need and cost of a concrete foundation. The only thing needed to complete the look is a row of 4x4s.
- (2) Automated solar-powered roof vents
- Comes with all required stainless steel hardware
This item ships via Motor Freight Carrier - almost anywhere in the Contiguous United States
Motor Freight Requirements
- The shipment must be delivered to a business or residence (a PO Box is invalid)
- The delivery address must be able to accommodate a tractor/trailer as much as 70' in length
- Someone must be present to receive and unload the shipment from the truck
- Shipments and/or locations requiring a lift gate, inside delivery, and/or with limited access may incur additional charges by the carrier
Please contact Greenhouse Megastore Customer Service at 1-888-281-9337 if you have any questions about delivery to your specific address so we can ensure the smoothest delivery possible!
My husband and I put this together in 3 days. We used 6x6's for the foundation and salvaged brick pavers for the floor. Came with very detailed drawings and step by step directions. It's the perfect size for my small garden.
My wife and I love our beautiful and productive Pacific Glass greenhouse. It adds the looks of an old English garden and we have produced delicious and bountiful vegetables for almost 4 years now. But the multiple difficult steps involved in its assembly is beyond the skills of the typical backyard gardener. I tried, with the assistance of my experienced handyman and the framework almost collapsed on us several different times. And it is easy to transpose the pieces. We pulled it apart and restarted 3 times. The installation instructions, photos and video were totally inadequate and we had to resort to common sense to fill in the gaps. Once the frame was built, the job became much easier. I recommend a professional builder install it.