Low Sidewall Greenhouse
High Sidewall Greenhouse
Figure 1.1 - Taking Measurements on outer edge
Figure 1.2 - Use string around all 4 corners
Figure 2.1 - Lay bows flat and slide together
Figure 2.2 - Secure joints with 2 Tek-Screws
Figure 4.3 - Connect purlin using 2-hole strap, on the first and last bow
Figure 4.4 - Use purlin clamps on remaining bows
Figure 5.1 - Attach base board with 2-hole straps down sides. Attach base board with L brackets on endwalls.
Figure 5.2 – Attach hip/head board with 2-hole straps down sides. Place a Tek- screw through 2-hole strap to secure to ground stake.
Figure 7.1 - Attach wire base on hip/head board if you have rollup sides. Attach wire base to base board if you do not have rollup sides.
Figure 7.2 - Place a wire base between hip board and base board
Figure 7.3 - Attach wire base to face of hip/head board
Figure 8.1 - Lay film over wire lock channel and fasten with wire lock
End Wall Instruction Pictures
Figure 2.1 – For 36” Door Opening. Find Center of greenhouse then measure 18.5” to the left and right
16 ft Low Sidewall End Walls
20 ft Low Sidewall End Walls
24 ft Low Sidewall End Walls
30 & 32 ft Low Sidewall End Walls
Figure 3.1 - Drive 1” ground stakes into position based on layout.
Figure 5.1 - Measure distance between ground stakes and peak of bow
Figure 6.1 - Insert square upright over ground stake. Secure with Tek-screws on inside side of upright.
Figure 7.1 - Attach brace bands over the bow and into the square upright
Figure 8.1 - Insert bolt through brace band and secure on inside of greenhouse
Figure 9.1 - Place self-tapping TEK screw through brace band to secure.
Figure 10.1 - Install header supports at chest height.
Figure 11.1 - Use TEK screws to install header with L brackets.
Figure 13.1 - Use Door frame to seal the end film around the opening.
Roll Up Side Instruction Pictures
Figure 1.1 - Hip Board and Base Board
Figure 2.1 - Mount 2-hole straps
Figure 3.1 - Attach film to wire-lock base
Figure 4.1 - Slide and secure pipes with 2 Tek-screws
Figure 5.1 – Roll poly around pipe and secure with Snap Clamps
Figure 6.1 - Fender washer to reinforce strapping
Figure 6.2 - Fold ends of strapping twice.
Figure 6.4 - Mount on hip board and base board
Figure 6.3 - Pull Strapping tight
Figure 6.5 - Pipe sticks out about 1 foot on each end.
Figure 7.1 - Place handle on pipe and secure with 2 Tek-screws.
Figure 8.1 - Use strapping to secure handle to the greenhouse.
Roll Up Door Instruction Pictures
Figure 2.1 - Attach roll-up door film
Figure 3.1 - Roll film up on pipe to the inside
Figure 4.1 - Place one clip at each end and in the center
Figure 5.1 - Assemble the swivel handle
Figure 5.2 - Attach the knuckle to the door pipe.
Figure 5.5 - Attach extension pipe to knuckle.
Figure 5.3 - Slip boot onto pipe. Attach Handle to extension pipe.
Figure 5.4 - Slip boot over the knuckle and place zip ties to hold it in place.
Figure 6.1 – Attach Wind Strapping to the upright on top. Fold over end to reinforce and place Tek-screws.
Figure 6.2 - Fold over end to reinforce, pull tight and place Tek-screws.
Figure 7.1 - Trim existing Greenhouse Film.
Figure 8.1 - Use wire-lock to seal door along the sides when needed.
Spin Handle Instruction Pictures
Figure 1.1 - Slip small sleeve over the bolt
Figure 2.1 - Slip large sleeve over small sleeve
Figure 3.1 - Insert through hole, attach nut and tighten
Wind Bracing Instruction Pictures
Wind Strapping Instruction Pictures
Figure 1.1 - Tie strapping onto a bottle
Figure 2.1 - Place strapping between hoops evenly for the size greenhouse you have. IT IS NOT REQUIRED BETWEEN EVERY BOW! If you wish to do this you will need to purchase additional strapping.
Figure 3.1 - Fold over strapping twice for strength
Figure 3.2 - Use washer and wood screws to attach
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