BC Greenhouse Builders Announces New Greenhouse Design Called The Parkside

Share Article

For gardeners who long for a controlled growing environment, a greenhouse is an investment not just for the structure, but the foundation as well. BC Greenhouse Builders, a leading North American custom greenhouse manufacturer, announces their latest greenhouse design called The Parkside that eliminates the need for a costly permanent raised wall foundation.

The Parkside

“The rough and tumble costs for building a permanent raised wall foundation with this type of greenhouse is about $8,000 to $10,000,” says Angela Drake. “The Parkside retails for $5795 which is a great option for people wanting a high style structure. “

BC Greenhouse Builders, leading North American custom greenhouse manufacturer of hobby, commercial and estate greenhouses, releases their newest greenhouse design, The Parkside. With steep roof pitch, black aluminum frame and decorative base panels, The Parkside is a great option for gardeners wanting a showpiece in their yard for a smaller price tag.

“The rough and tumble costs for building a permanent raised wall foundation with this type of greenhouse is around $8,000 to $10,000. Due to the decorative base panels, the homeowner only needs a row of 4x4’s to complete the look,” says Angela Drake Marketing Director from BC Greenhouses. “The Parkside retails for $5795 which is a great option for people wanting a high style structure. “

At 8x10, The Parkside is spacious with extra wide roof venting and single tempered glass safety walls and roof. Similar to their other Cross Country Greenhouse designs, The Parkside boasts substantial wind and snow loads.

“These greenhouses are some of the strongest you will find on the market today. Because we are a custom greenhouse manufacturer, we do offer upgraded wind and snow loads but typically our 85 mph winds and 30 psf snow loads suffice for most homeowners, “says Drake.

The decorative base panels are built using special pliable aluminum similar to what car manufacturer’s use to create that crisp, clean look. The panels are stamped, cleaned and sent for a powder coat paint job.

“Each base panel acts as one piece of single glass at the bottom of the bay and fits snugly inside our proprietary glazing bars,” says Kyle Exner, Business Manager of BC Greenhouse Builders. “So far the feedback has been positive and we are looking at introducing the panels to our other greenhouse models in the future.”

For more pictures of The Parkside and other Cross Country greenhouse designs, please visit http://www.bcgreenhouses.com/.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Angela Drake
Follow us on
Visit website