Can this type of plastic be put on an aluminum frame?
Yes our greenhouse plastic is compatible with aluminum framing.
Do you have shade cloth
Yes we do have shade cloth. We are in the middle of revamping these listings. But we would be happy to make a custom quote for you. Freel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can get you a price.
Is the chart above that shows the width and length of the plastic measured in inches or feet? I'm guessing feet, but figured it would be smart to check before ordering!
All our greenhouse plastic measurements are in feet.
I am interested in buying double layer plastic and an air pump for our hoop house. The measurements are: length: 82', width: 31', height: 13.3'. What is the size of plastic I should order? Do you know someone in my area who I could get to put it up? Our zipcode is 49047. And, do I buy 2 sets of plastic sheets, and put up one layer first, then the next?
For the length you would need at least 100 feet long. For the width its hard to say without a measurement. Generally, a 48' wide would work but if its too hard to measure and you are unsure I would error on the side of caution and go for the 54. Worst thing you can do is order it too short.
Getting two separate pieces of plastic makes the install a little more manageable. The weight of each piece will over 200lbs so it will make it easier to maneuver. This is something that can be installed by a local handyman in your area with a little instruction. https://www.bootstrapfarmer.com/blogs/building-a-greenhouse/best-way-to-install-plastic-to-greenhouse
Is pressure treated wood a good idea for a frame? Or should I go with untreated lumber? Planning on making a wooden frame with cattle panel roof greenhouse. Was wondering if pressure treated wood would affect the plastic in any way.
We generally avoid pressure treated wood due to the chemicals that are used to treat the wood. It shouldn’t affect the greenhouse plastic. However our only concern would be the chemicals that could leach into the soil surrounding the lumber.
I am working on planter boxes and want to develop a hoop top that can open or be removed, looking for fastening ideas for green house plastic
You may want to look at building a low tunnel over your planter boxes. With roll up sides would be similar to what you are describing: https://www.bootstrapfarmer.com/blogs/building-a-greenhouse/how-to-build-a-greenhouse
If I want to do bi wall with the plastic I just use double up the plastic and then use the air pump?
Thats correct. You just need two pieces of greenhouse plastic and and air inflation pump.
Cost of 14w 20L 8mil
We do not offer 8 mil plastic only 6 mil in the clear.
What is the max square footage of greenhouse plastic that still qualifies for non-freight shipping (ie less than 120 lbs)? Would purchasing two sheets of plastic, each under 120 lbs but more than 120 lbs combined, still qualify for the free shipping?
Whether is goes by freight or not shipping would still be free for you. You are correct that around 120 lbs (usually closer to 130 or 140 lbs) is where it would then go by motor freight.
I've seen green house kits with 55% light opacity and 90% light opacity. How do I know which type of plastic cover that I need? I live in north texas where summers are brutally hot. There is no external shade source for my garden. I will be growing spring through summer. Which type of plastic cover should I get? I'm mainly trying to protect from heat, wind and birds.
In N. Texas it is very difficult to keep a plastic / Polly hoop house cool. I’m growing in N. Dallas and I generally take my greenhouse 6 mil plastic off and replace it with 40% shade cloth. We also have numerous exhaust fans and open sides for air flow.
Plastic goes back on for cooler months with the wiggle wire and channel setup. Bootstrap Farmer only carries the 4 year 6 mil Polly plastic and it is the standard for commercial growing operations.
https://www.bootstrapfarmer.com/collections/greenhouse-coverings/products/greenhouse-plastic Clear 6 mil polyethylene film 5 layer technology for durability Light transmittance > 90% Light Diffusion 20%
Does the greenhouse plastic have a center mark?
The greenhouse plastic does not have a center mark.
I have a greenhouse frame 15 L 10W 8H like to cover the the entire frame with bottom floor cover with greenhouse cover. Not sure what size I need to order to get this done.
What is the length of one of your hoop house arches (ground to ground)?
Hello, We are planning on ordering for our Shelter King carport, to convert to a greenhouse. Its a bit of a different shape. L x W x H is 20' x 14' x 8'. I was figuring to order a sheet of 42W x 50L and have a little extra. Do you have a suggestion?
That size of greenhouse plastic should work. However it would be best to get a measurement that goes from ground to ground up and around the frame.
If I was to cover a sun porch, is it clear enough to see through? Thank you
You can see through the greenhouse plastic but it is not crystal clear. It will be opaque and you will be able to see the color and outline of what is outside but it will be very blurry.
Do you ship to the Caribbean island of St. Lucia?
We can ship the greenhouse plastic to St. Lucia but we would need to custom quote the shipping. Let us know by sending the exact delivery address to email@example.com with the size of plastic that you need.
I do not see any reference to anti drip technology in you plastic. Does you plastic offer drip control?
We can offer you anti drip if that is something you are looking for. Just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know the size you are looking for.
am looking for 6 mil plastic sheeting uv protected, clear that i can use to cover windows in winter on mobile home, openings vary would like to install with tape , does your film have a slight strech so i could get it tight. would need to rec. within a weeks time any sugestions
The plastic will have some strech to it. If you need it within a week send us an email at email@example.com the size you need and we can check to see if we have any pre-cut pieces.
If I'm stretching this over PVC hoops, what do you recommend for protecting the plastic from the PVC? I saw you have repair tape, but the cost of covering all the PVC would add up fast. Thanks!
The cheapest way to protect the plastic from PVC is white latex paint that contains No fungicde. Or you could also use a White tape (non pvc) such as white duct tape.