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3 Steps To Make Your Greenhouse Unbreakable


Category: Gardening, Greenhouse Panels

 One of the most popular questions people ask when buying a greenhouse is which type of glazing is best. They are often balancing a combination of requirements, such as thermal benefits, protection from the sun, ease of installation and durability. Standard … Continue reading

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Make Your Greenhouse Unbreakable


Category: Gardening, Glazing, Greenhouse Panels

 Using polycarbonate in your greenhouse instead of glass will make it virtually unbreakable. That’s because polycarbonate is a plastic material which is incredibly strong and offers outstanding levels of light transmission. It’s a fairly easy to switch from glass to polycarbonate yourself - … Continue reading

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Unbreakable greenhouse glazing


Category: Gardening, Glazing, Greenhouse Panels

   Make replacing broken greenhouse glass a thing of the past. It’s easy to do by changing your greenhouse glazing from glass to virtually indestructible polycarbonate.  Here’s 4 reasons why polycarbonate is perfect for greenhouse glazing and is an ideal … Continue reading

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How to replace your greenhouse panels


Category: Gardening, Glazing, Greenhouse Panels

 If you are looking to replace existing greenhouse panes, take a look at polycarbonate.  It is 200 x stronger than glass and is virtually unbreakable meaning you’ll not need to undertake this task again anytime soon.  It’s easy to replace … Continue reading

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5 tips to prepare your greenhouse for winter


Category: Greenhouse Panels, Polycarbonate

 Follow these tips if you’re using your greenhouse to shelter plants from the colder winter weather It’s winter – but do a spring clean.  Remove dead and diseased plants and clean out your greenhouse (and all the pots, tools and … Continue reading

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