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Product Maintenance Guide- Greenhouses

Product Maintenance Guide: Greenhouses 

 

Although our specialist in-house design and manufacturing teams ensure that all the greenhouses we sell are built to last, performing regular greenhouse maintenance will help prolong their life and protect your investment.



     

 

The key areas to focus on when performing greenhouse maintenance are:

 

 

For more detail on how you can perform key greenhouse maintenance, please read this comprehensive guide.

 

How to maintain a greenhouse:

 

Annual cleaning

 

Regular cleaning of your greenhouse can help protect it, especially if it’s wooden. Dirty windows can also affect the levels of sunlight your greenhouse is exposed to and therefore the conditions that your plants and vegetables need to grow. Here is what you need to know to perform vital cleaning maintenance;

When to clean

 

 

Exterior

 

 

Interior

 

 

 

Pest control

 

In your greenhouse, pests represent a destructive force against plants and vegetables. Thoroughly cleaning both offers the best foundations for pest control, however you will also need to consider the following;

 

 

Ventilation and humidity control in the summer

 

Greenhouses are extremely vulnerable to overheating from spring through to autumn. If you don’t protect your greenhouse from this heat, your plants may die in the dry atmosphere created. You will also need to control the humidity in both your greenhouse to prevent the spread of humidity-related disease, such as mildew and botrytis.

 

 

Too much sun, especially midday sun, can damage your plants. There are a number of different options available to you for creating shade. They are as follows:

 

 

Ventilation and humidity control in the winter

 

Plants and seedlings will need to be kept in temperatures between 2-7°C in the winter, to ward off frost. However you will still need to keep humidity down through ventilation. Here is some advice for maintaining temperature control in your greenhouse: 

 

At Dunster House, we’re committed to making sure you get the best so if you have any questions, we’re happy to help! Contact us if you need any help or further information.