Value Greenhouse


Best suited for areas with mild weather and minimal snow, this inexpensive A-Frame style building is made with the roofing panels running horizontally. The panels may occasionally trap leaves, snow, and other debris and, in severe weather conditions, small amounts of water may seep in through the seams.Best for:

Arid climates and limited tree coverage



The roof panels on this A-Frame style building run vertically, allowing it to shed snow easily. The vertical ribs provide additional strength, and there are no seams between the panels to trap sticks or debris.

Best for:
Areas with severe weather or snow



Designed with curb appeal in mind, the Modern greenhouse has an approx. 3/12 roof pitch. The roof panels run vertically, making this greenhouse both strong and good looking. It sheds snow easily, and the panels will not trap sticks or debris.

Best for:
Areas with severe weather or snow



This 5′ x 8′ mini greenhouse comes standard with an exhaust fan, window placed in door, and (2) 1’x4’ shelves on both sides of the unit.

Best for:

Any small space



Our greenhouses are made with 100% metal framing, so you will never have to worry about them rotting. We offer 3 different styles of greenhouses, each fully customizable with additional shelves, windows, doors, fans and water systems.


  • All structural members are made of 2.5” x 2.5”, 16-gauge galvanized tubing
  • 22 gauge polycarbonate panels used for siding and roofing material
  • Legs and rafters are spaced 4’ on center
  • 2′ x 3′ window in door
  • 1 – 12″ wide shelf – 12′ or 16′ long
  • 12″ x 12″ fan with thermostat


  • 2’x3’ window built into the wall (available on the Modern greenhouse only)
  • Horizontal siding
  • Vertical wainscoating
  • Misting System – made of UV resistant material, the misting tubing is designed to withstand sun and weather exposure.
  • Heating System – High efficiancy, advanced infrared technology, 1500 Watt, 5200 BTU, 2 heat settings, auto shut-off

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