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Palram Harmony 6x4 Polycarbonate Apex Greenhouse
- 0.7 mm thick glazed walls
- Comprehensive fitting instructions provided with this product
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||Galvanized steel|
|Fittings & fixings included||Fixings sold separately|
|Floor supplied||Floor covering not included|
|Glazing type||Acrylic glazed|
|Locking mechanism||Lockable door handle|
|Number of doors||1|
|Resistant to water||Water resistant|
Bobzz - 5 months ago
Absolutely only buy this if you have a super sheltered spot to place it in or you can site it miles away from any civilization!! The noise it starts making at the tiniest breeze is quite unreal. This also makes it no fun to work in as it's like being stuck inside a drum kit.
Very much regretted this purchase.
Anonymous - 10 months ago
Really pleased with this greenhouse. Only downside is the panel design is noisy in the wind it seems to pop in and out. As it is sited close to my bungalow it is quite annoying and keeps me awake. Hoping I can find a solution to this before winter.
AllieT - 11 months ago
Great Product but the instructions are not the best. All I can say is go with your instincts. Took my husband and I just over 5 hours to put it up.
Reasonable for the money but instructions are poor
ZeroProfanityAssembly - 1 year ago
Skilled handyman and veteran of countless garden buildings, flat packs and larger carpentry projects.
Assembled for a family member and while it offers reasonable value for money compared to alternatives the kit suffers from overuse of common parts (some should really be specific to the hand/side of the building) and inconsistent and poorly written instructions; they’re a typical example of the author/s getting bored towards the end and starting to rush, missing much needed detail for some later stages of assembly. Despite having read through them first it was frequently necessary to backtrack and disassemble elements in order to fit additional parts.
Beginning with a level base is vital, as is checking frequently that elements are square and plumb as you go. Failing to do this will almost certainly lead to glazing panels being out of square with the frame and therefore difficult to fit, as others have experienced. Also, be careful with the edges of the glazing panels as they are serrated and extremely sharp!
This greenhouse could be assembled by one person if there is no wind and assuming you are starting with a level base. Any wind beyond a slight breeze will easily damage unsupported uprights so bear that in mind. Also, a small-drill driver is invaluable and greatly speeds assembly but MUST be set to a very low clutch setting as many of the parts will strip or crush if overtightened. If you’re even slightly heavy handed or unused to using power tools in delicate contexts then stick to hand tools and take your time.
Other points to note: the roof vent seals do not make contact with the surrounding frame, so are possibly more use in preventing rattles than water ingress. The ridge-end caps are a loose fit and will almost certainly come off over time. Use a nut-driver (if not using a drill-driver) for the nuts as using a spanner will take all day. When assembled this is an extremely lightweight building with significant surface area and even if sited completely out of the wind it will need securely anchoring or it may not be where you left it after the next storm. Ensure children and the overly-sensitive are well clear as the language this kit will almost certainly incite will make the garden walls blush!
Ultimately, this is a three hundred quid greenhouse. If you want better quality or a better designed kit with less fiddly assembly then spend a few hundred quid more. Have fun!
Brenda 66 - 2 years ago
I received this as a birthday present from my family and my son thought the instructions very good. He spent a few hours to erect it, only the one afternoon. More than pleased with the product.