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Palram - Canopia Harmony 6x8 Polycarbonate Apex Greenhouse
- 0.7 mm thick glazed walls
- Comprehensive fitting instructions provided with this product
- Fixings sold separately
Features and benefits
Clear, virtually unbreakable, polycarbonate panels, provides over 90% light transmission
- Accessories included - Guttering
- Growing your own produce helps to reduce the environmental impact of food
- Locking mechanism - Lockable door handle
- Maximum load 75kg/m2
- Fitting instructions - Comprehensive fitting instructions provided with this product
|Assembly required||Assembly required|
|Base included||Base included|
|Base material||Galvanised steel|
|Floor supplied||Floor covering not included|
|Glazing type||Acrylic glazed|
|Locking mechanism||Lockable door handle|
|Number of doors||1|
|Number of fixed windows||1|
|Panel material||Polycarbonate (PC)|
|Resistant to water||Water resistant|
Bambam102 - 10 months ago
Extremely poor quality greenhouse, if I could send it back I would, will be very surprised if it lasts the year out
Haywall78 - 10 months ago
I purchased this and was dreading putting it up but it was easy, took me 2 days with minimal help. Open window bit tricky but other than this it was OK, just hoping there will be no leaks. It is sturdy once all together and now I can't wait to use it.
Strong, Strudy and Smart Greenhouse
CG743 - 10 months ago
The greenhouse arrived in two very well packed boxes. We put this greenhouse up (very leisurely within a day) and found it easy to assemble. There were two of us assembling which made things easier due to holding and screwing together. The instructions are very clear (big pictures, each step to an A4 page). Each piece is also labelled with the part number making them easy to locate. We placed ours on top of some sleepers to give us extra head room, once all pieces are added and the greenhouse is fully built it looks and feels extremely sturdy.
The only downsides I can think of were that the large polycarbonate glazing panels were hard to peel apart (this could be due to the box being outside in the freezing weather for a week and the plastic contracting). The panels are also quite sharp along the edges when handling but once these are in the greenhouse they are hidden. One extra tip I would give is that sometimes the instructions were in a strange order which meant removing a piece we had done to add something else, we found reading on a few pages before building each section meant this was easily solved.
It also had a test after two days of being put up with 2 days of 45mph winds and It is still standing. Another tip we learnt however during this weather is that the arm on the roof window isn’t very strong against these winds therefore I would make sure it is pinned/taped down to prevent the wind getting underneath and breaking it.
All in all a sturdy, very smart looking good size greenhouse.
Very poor instruction manual
Barrapusss - 1 year ago
I suppose you get what you pay for... i am now wishing i had paid more... the quality s ok, though not fantastic.. mine had a couple of dents in the base bars.. and the polycarbonate is a real let down, though for me, the worst oart is the intruction photos / instructions.. they are very very poor, add to that, the fact that 6 sets of bars, had illegible numbers attached....
Krean99 - 1 year ago
I bought my first Palram 4 years ago. I constructed it on my own and it had comprehensive instructions. It has withstood heavy winds and snow and has never shown sign of weakness. I grow grape vines, lemon and clementine trees throughout the year with no heating.
A fabulous purchase and the only reason I'm buying again is because I'm moving and want a bigger than my 6 x 8.