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Greenhouse-Hoop House: Grow your own food 14’x12’L or 24’ L - $799 (Bolton Conn Route 85)

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condition: excellent
Super strong Commercial grade *one piece* (for strength) 14’ wide hoops. 7’ tall in center.
The el cheapo kits you see online with shipping incl are for souther US, not for New England winters and a hoops is in 4/5 pieces for transport purposes....those joints make it considerably weaker.

These are commercial grade growers hoops... 14’ low tunnels....one of the moat common sizes used in the USA.
These Used hoops that are in excellent condition: not bent, not rusted...
Made in Massachusetts and definitely up the task of standing up to snowload in New England.
Made of schedule 40 hot dipped galvanized steel water pipe..Even ends are threaded. Much thicker wall than common greenhouse tubing.
Commercially bent on a professional wheel bender.

Maybe it is time to think about growing your own food?

What is included:
hoops
Purlins(center rod)
New tuff-lite IV 4yr warranty UV inhibited green house film

You configure your own gable ends according to your needs: barn doors, boxed outlet for fans, garage door ends, one frugal way is to scavenge some use aluminum and glass storm doors from the scrap yard for $5 or source off CL.

I do not supply ground rods; earth anchors... reason being.. they bend upon pounding them in & corkscrew and since they are in direct ground contact .... They rot. You can use any pipe as a ground anchor then simple slip hoop into or over and slide a bolt thru.

Another easier way is to set the hoops up on railroad ties: then drill holes in ties and insert hoops... done!
Side of timber becomes nailer to attach film using furring strip.
Many people have used this as a chicken tractor to have a movable chicken coop they can drag with their truck/tractor.
Great building to use for excess storage and shelter for materials.

Hoops are set up for normal 48” spacing between hoops
$799 for 12’ x 14’ house

24’ long version $1299 including film hoops and purlins

Since hoops are one piece they will not fit in the back of your truck. You need a trailer u haul rents such a trailer: open deck 12’ for $29 and these hoops for into it perfectly.

Might be nice to grow your own food?
Add a second layer of plastic film and an inflator (to achieve a dead air space between layers for insulation) and grow throughout the winter with a small heater.

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