DIY Greenhouse for Heavy Snow & High Wind Areas & Other GREENHOUSES

DIY Greenhouse for Heavy Snow & High Wind Areas

Greenhouse Construction Four Years After Greenhouse Construction

Published on Apr 15, 2013

This video is part of a series of videos that go with the book “Zero Energy Thermal Mass Greenhouse” that can be purchase on Amazon.

The Zero Energy Thermal Mass Greenhouse solves the problem of freezing weather and a short season climate when you need to grow food. There is no grid connection for heat. It will work anywhere. The two big things that it does best is to allow you to grow transplants to extend your growing season, and reduce the plant maturity days of each crop that you grow. You can also grow summer foods in the winter. It can also be used as a work space to dry vegetables, process honey from your hives, etc.

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Greenhouse Construction of the Zero Energy Thermal Mass Greenhouse

Published on Apr 15, 2013

The Zero Energy Thermal Mass Greenhouse solves the problem of freezing weather and a short season climate when you need to grow food. There is no grid connection for heat. It will work anywhere. The two big things that it does best is to allow you to grow transplants to extend your growing season, and reduce the plant maturity days of each crop that you grow. You can also grow summer foods in the winter. It can also be used as a work space to dry vegetables, process honey from your hives, etc.

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Custom Wood Glu-Lam Greenhouse

Published on Jun 30, 2013

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building a diy designer greenhouse in 5 minutes

Uploaded on Jun 16, 2010

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Winter Growing in a Greenhouse

Published on Mar 18, 2013

This video demonstrates how you can grow during the winter in a 4 season greenhouse in Colorado. For more information on growing 4 season please visit our website http://www.diyfarmer.com

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How to build an inexpensive greenhouse

Published on Feb 3, 2015

Best Greenhouse system 2015CLIMAPOD Greenhouse that is made of the safest & strongest transparent 16mm polycarbonate. CLIMAPOD Greenhouse is perfect for growing organic produce, but it can also be used for a wide range of activities, including gardening/flowering, child’s playroom, art or music studio, sun room, and as a lounge/exercise room and etc.
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CLIMAPOD Hobby Greenhouse is European style greenhouse that is made of the safest & strongest transparent 4 mm polycarbonate.
CLIMAPOD Passion Greenhouse is European style greenhouse that is made of the safest & strongest transparent 4 mm polycarbonate. CLIMAPOD Virtue Greenhouse is European style greenhouse that is made of the safest & strongest transparent 6 mm polycarbonate.
CLIMAPOD Greenhouse is perfect for growing organic produce, but it can also be used for a wide range of activities, including gardening/flowering, child’s playroom, art or music studio, sun room, and as a lounge/exercise room and etc.

Specifications:
CLIMAPOD Passion Greenhouse is 8’9” wide x 14’3” long x 7’11” high: Total 124 sq. ft.
Extremely heavy duty construction: thick aluminum profiles & polycarbonate panels.
Sliding door with magnetic key locker
First-class insulation: R or K-value 2.3
Assembly requirements: 2-3 people, 1 day (3-4 make it easier and reduces its to 5-8 hours)
The durable roof can hold up to 10″ of snow
Warranty: 10 years
COMPLETE Kit Includes:
4 MM UV coated twin walls
Heavy Duty Aluminum Framing
4 Roof Windows with 4 AUTOMATIC window openers
Full Size Two-Tier Aluminum Shelving
2 Solar Powered Thermostatic Ventilators
Louver
Aluminum Base

Background and Information:
“Passion” is designed to be used in multiple ways: to grow fresh vegetables, herbs and flowers all the yearlong; as lounge room or a tea house; as children playroom; as pool cover or exercise room!
While other use Polygal or GE glazing CLIMAPOD Hobby uses twin-wall polycarbonate that’s a Superior quality!
With a combination of strong materials and durable hardware, the Passion is by far on of the strongest greenhouse under $3,000.
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Using A Greenhouse to Heat Your House, This Is So Cool!!!

Published on Oct 8, 2013

Check out how I heat my house with my greenhouse! Its so easy to do and it gives us (almost) free heat and many other benefits too. This could easily be an off grid way to heat a house.

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Q&A, Construction + My Actual Savings (Heating Your House with A Greenhouse #2)

Published on Dec 29, 2013

Heating Your House With a Greenhouse Part 2 includes answering your questions, details on the construction of my greenhouse, showing you my actual heat bills and crunching the numbers on how much I have save. I hadn’t done that yet so the result surprised even me! Yes, there are upfront costs to build it but it can save quite a bit of money every year and it will add value to your home!

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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)

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Design an attached winter greenhouse / solar thermal mass heat room

Published on Nov 24, 2013

This video is intended to help people that want to attach a winter sun room to collect the suns heat and also use as a greenhouse to their home, This video shows some of the key design features that we have found most beneficial over the 15 years that we have heated our home from and grown winter crops in our attached greenhouse / solar mass sun room. The greenhouse is running East and West and faces South (which is necessary). It has no roof overhang, so the sun will have a sliver of light come in through the summer month around summer solstice, on June 22, and not over heat the room. I designed windows that can be opened that draw cool air from under the deck on the East side and through convection it will create a very heavy draft out the West side that has a window located up higher. If I need a greater cooling draft, I have a small window located at about 12 feet high, up near the ceiling that draws the hot air right out and sucks the cool air in through the East side (It works very well in July and August). Remember when you are designing your greenhouse, that the more plants that you intend to put in your sun-room/greenhouse, the more you will have moisture in the air (which can be a good thing in dry climates if you do it right as well as oxygen from the plants in the air). Build your greenhouse with good moisture barriers, ventilation and material :). If you are building your greenhouse, it would be wise, as the same time, to install earth tubes in the ground and run them into the greenhouse and then in the winter, you will be able to get fresh earth heated air drawn into the room for circulation needs (easier than installing it later). We have found that for our uses and long term overall productivity, it is best to use this greenhouse in the winter and relocate the plants out into the garden and outside summer greenhouse in the early to late spring… by removing the plants in the summer, the attached greenhouse is purged of all garden pests (white fly, aphids etc..) and by doing this and not allowing plants to sit in the greenhouse when there is not enough sun (thereby causing the plants to become unhealthy and susceptible to pests and their propagation) we have eliminated virtually all pest problems by insuring the plants get enough light and good natural fertilizers and the greenhouse is cleaned out in the summer. And in the fall, around September, when the southern sunlight starts to shine heavily through the southern exposed windows, we start to fill all the grow boxes and pots with our winter crop. We have found over the years that most plants transfer incredibly well and take off like crazy (some better than others). This year we focused on plants for our green-drinks and they grew stellar fast and lush green and better than in the summer greenhouse that was starting to cool down. We only use peat moss and compost in our grow boxes and do not use any dirt whatsoever and have found the plants do best as well as the simplicity of transplanting… We hope this gives you insight so you can do even better with your design than we have :). Happy growing, god bless with good health :).
Please feel free to comment or ask any questions 🙂

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