Sunglo greenhouse kits are easy to build, long lasting and have excellent insulation. We offer free-standing and lean-to greenhouse kits.They are less expensive to heat and very low maintenance compared to other brands. We also keep in close contact with our customers.
Harold’s review writes:
Thanks for your assistance with my order this morning.
Here are some shots of my 1700-E taken at several different time points. My greenhouse is almost 10 years old and is still standing. Hope you enjoy.
Our lean-to diy greenhouse kits are very versatile and it’s easy to add customized accessories. We offer a wide range of accessories and gardening tools that were designed specifically for the Sunglo brand. Please see our Sunglo Product post.
Our lean-to greenhouses are a great option for a cramped backyard or small apartment space. They can be constructed on a deck, house, barn.. anywhere you have room! And you choose your foundation. Click here to learn about building your very own Sunglo.
If you are interested in a lean-to greenhouse please e-mail a request for a foundation guide to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or give us a call at 1-800-647-0606. We offer M-F support for questions. And replacement parts are always available. To see updated customer photos and stay up to date with our staff visit our Facebook page. To view an actual customer lean-to project click here.
The agriculture industry in Alaska created the Alaska Grown logo to highlight products grown in Alaska. The program is designed to increase consumer awareness and consumption of Alaska agricultural products. The Alaska Grow logo will start showing up on all sorts of Alaska goods and I think it’s a great thing! Every community should embrace the “home grown” products in their area. It not only helps the hard working families but locally grown fruits and veggies will keep our families on the healthy track as well! I commend Alaska for starting this program!
One of Sunglo’s favorite customers from Alaska just got finished building his 2100F Sunglo. Look at that snow! He sent us:
“Here’s pictures of some Alaskan hoodlums… thanks again for a great greenhouse and customer service!”
Hoodlums? Well I don’t know about that. But they certainly look like Alaskan grown kids to me! Thank you for the awesome pictures Mr. B!
For more information on the Alaska Grown program Click Here.
This week at the Puyallup Fair a gentleman came up to me and shook my hand. He said “I just wanted to thank you and tell you how much I love my greenhouse.” I thanked him at the time, but I want to take this opportunity to tell everyone who visited with us at both the Alaska and Puyallup fairs how much it means to us. We love hearing about the amazing things everyone is doing with their greenhouses, and your suggestions for improvement drive us to constantly improve our products. Thank you so much to everyone who has already stopped by to see us and in advance to all of you who will throughout the remaining days of the Puyallup Fair.
My special thanks also goes out to Ray Hakala and Kathy Rohlfing who recently sent us the emails below expressing how happy they are with their greenhouses.
I just wanted to share some pics of the 1200G put together this month.
I ordered the unit in May from bettergreenhouses.com. I put the greenhouse on a two foot wall. The kit was complete and the video instruction was well done. It’s very
sturdy and I’m sure we’ll get plenty of use for many years.
My husband and I purchased one of your Sunglo Greenhouses in April (8X12) and I wanted to share with you our experience and pictures of what we did. My my husband and I worked together – watching the video step by step and working side by side, it was the best project we ever did together. I have attached the pictures for you to see and share with other people on different ways to build it.
Both of you have created something that goes beyond a mere greenhouse, and I applaud you.
We have hundreds of pictures like these that we have collected over the years. If you are interested in taking a look at them please send us an email using the contact us link above.