Poly-Tex garden greenhouses have strong
aluminum frames and
polycarbonate panels that provide excellent heat-retention, and
corrosion-resistant bolts and connectors to secure the Poly-Tex snap
& grow greenhouse. Extend the growing season, protect plants
from fall and winter frosts, and cultivate your favorite varieties
year-round with a model from this assortment. A garden greenhouse
crafted by Poly-Tex is available in a range of sizes to suit your
space—choose a snap & grow greenhouse up to 20' long.
This manufacturer uses only the finest materials and heavy-duty
components so you can garden in comfort outdoors season after season. The Polytex Snap and Grow models are made with polycarbonate snap glass while the Multi-Line greenhouses are crafted with 4mm polycarbonate panels. Both greenhouse structures provide diffused light and your garden varieties will thrive in a Poly-Tex environment.
Each polycarbonate panel is UV-stabilized so harmful UV rays
won’t filter through. Other features of these models include
adjustable roof vents for the proper ventilation, and a sliding door
for easy access and transportation of growing supplies and greenhouse
accessories. The aluminum frame
is easy to assemble and employs strong corrosion-resistant bolts and
connectors. The heavy-duty base kit is crafted from galvanized steel
and will securely anchor the structure to a wood or concrete
foundation. These structures endure exposure to the elements without
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kits and accessories for your
Poly-Tex snap & grow greenhouse including shade cloths, and
potting supplies such as a grow lights, thermometers, and seed trays.
Our cooling and watering systems make maintaining the proper amount of
heat easy, and flooring options from Outdora include attractive stone
paver tiles that transform a functional space into a wonderful
gardening retreat. Browse heating and ventilation systems for Polytex
greenhouses, and miscellaneous supplies including solar light kits. Our
collection of gardening equipment is designed to add innovation to your
cultivating experience. Start an inspired growing environment today
with Poly-Tex greenhouses and accessories from Poly-Tex.
Snap & Grow
looked far & wide for a "Mother's Day" greenhouse, but passed
by all those with a "million" screws, bolts & nuts. We were
leery of greenhouses listed as "easy assembly" followed by an estimate
of 5 to 7 days to complete it. We were equally leery of another
vendor's assembly estimate for the Snap and Grow at 5 to 7 hours! We
decided on the 6 x 8 Snap and Grow and went looking for the best price;
Outdora delivered the best price by far. It was delivered quickly and
in perfect shape. At first I thought I was shorted a box (it couldn't
all be in two boxes!) but upon examination, everything was there.
After leveling the site the night before, actual construction began at
9 AM the next morning. Our son & daughter came over for the day
to assist us. While we worked on the base, they began the actual
greenhouse construction using the wordless manual. They were put off at
first by practically no written dialogue, but soon found the accurate
drawings listing each part and it's ID number made things quite easy.
We live not far from the Strait of Juan de Fuca in WA state. High winds
were our main concern, so we made a "foundation" of treated 4x4
timbers, lag bolted together, and tied to the ground over a sheet of
weed cloth. It was anchored with a shed tie down kit consisting of
stainless cable and 30" augers that screwed into the ground. We
finished the interior floor with a layer of sand and garden cement
pavers. The steel base that comes with the greenhouse was screwed down
to the 4x4 timbers.
While we constructed the base our son & daughter nearly
completed the assembly of the greenhouse on our nearby lawn. I was
amazed at the lightness of the almost completed greenhouse and feared
that it would blow away in the next storm; worries that turned out to
be absolutely groundless. Per the instructions, the four (not two) of
us lifted the greenhouse onto the steel base. To be honest, this part
took more time than it should have as we could not get the base exactly
true to square and had to "fit" the greenhouse to the base. It was not
as easy as the rest of the assembly, but we could complete that part of
the task. Perhaps some sort of "squaring" brackets for each corner of
the base would have made the task a bit easier.
The over all construction took nine hours. With an allowance for breaks
and lunch, it took just over 7-1/2 hours! Mom was very happy,
particularly with the clarity of the windows and the dutch door. We
suffered our first spring wind storm and although the greenhouse
"complained" a little bit, it didn't move an inch, nor did any of the
glazing suffer. After looking at many similar greenhouses, I know we
chose the very best one.