Why Gothic Arch Greenhouse Reaps Big Yield on Today's Grower’s Investment

With Springtime around the corner, now is the best time to build a greenhouse to take control over inside weather conditions keeping your plants and budget on schedule.

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Gothic Arch Greenhouses

Joe Seamone’s 27 year-old classic Gothic Arch style greenhouse still contains all its original materials.

Mobile, AL (PRWEB) February 24, 2014

“My friend and I put the greenhouse up in spring of 1986,” writes Joe Seamone in his October 2013 letter to company president William “Buzz” Sierke, Jr. “It has seen 2-3' blizzards, windstorms, below zero and above 100 degree temps, hurricanes and hail and it’s still intact. I have used it to over-winter all sorts of tropical plants, bananas, palms, elephant ears, cannas, etc.

When Maryland resident Joe Seamone bought his Gothic Arch Greenhouse nearly thirty years ago, he never dreamed the affordable, quality do-it-yourself product would still be around today.

Growers know extreme weather can mean disaster for plants and the bottom line of those who grow them. And, given today’s economy, tightening budgets mean smarter use of money. The purchase of an American made Gothic Arch Greenhouse is not only an investment in the health of plants today but it’s a smart investment in the future.

Whether a backyard hobbyist, a commercial grower, a science or horticulture teacher, or maybe just a plant lover like Joe, investing in a Gothic Arch Greenhouse means taking control over inside weather conditions keeping your plants and budget on schedule. By investing in one of a variety of quality, do-it-yourself greenhouse kits, environmental control systems and related accessories, providing dependable year-round conditions to growing plants is possible, despite the crazy weather.

For over 65 years, the Sierke family has been manufacturing and distributing quality customized greenhouses and supplies all over the world. Their affordable, made in the USA, do-it-yourself products are proven to last. The friendly, knowledgeable staff has gained a trusted reputation of being greenhouse experts while the company’s signature handcrafted Gothic Arch greenhouse is respected for its proven durability.

The sturdy, solid Cypress frame and state-of-the-art covering of a Gothic Arch greenhouse like Joe’s is popular today for its curved roof which in winter, optimizes sun exposure making it warmer inside thus reducing heating demand. Extreme cold though, can mean additional heating needs and, in turn, increased humidity requirements. By discussing individual situations with the expert staff at Gothic Arch Greenhouses, all heating, humidity, thermostats or control, needs can be balanced to achieve the constant temperatures needed inside your greenhouse.

Starting with the smallest 8-foot by 8-foot structure, a Gothic Arch Greenhouse is designed to grow as needs grow by expanding in length and width in 4-foot sections up to 12, 14, 18 and 22 feet. Although the Gothic Arch design is the company’s signature line, they have a huge selection of other styles from which to choose the highest quality, lowest priced greenhouse kits on the market today to fit your growing needs. Coupled with a wide selection of greenhouse grower supplies and equipment available by phone or on the web, having Gothic Arch Greenhouses as your greenhouse specialist makes sense.

Whether you’re a backyard hobbyist, commercial grower or teacher, or maybe just a plant-lover like Joe Seamone, an investment in a Gothic Arch Greenhouse can help avoid weather damage to plants thus saving you money. The experts with the family owned-operated business will work to marry individual growing needs to one of a wide selection of affordable, quality, made in the USA, do-it-yourself greenhouse kits. Ensuring the right environmental control systems and related accessories are matched perfectly, providing dependable year-round conditions to plants is possible, despite extreme weather. Invest in quality. Invest like Joe did, in a Gothic Arch Greenhouse.


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