Our top priority is the quality of your plant environment. Whether you are looking for a Coldframe, High Tunnel, Freestanding Greenhouse, or a Venlo, Curved Glass or Poly Covered Gutter Connected structure, when designing a greenhouse structure we start with the end result in mind: A Quality Commercial Greenhouse Environment.
The Versatility of a Gutter Connected Poly Greenhouses
GGS gutter connected poly greenhouses have superior airflow and temperature control and are suitable for multiple and varied vegetable crops, plants and flower crops. The roofs maximize condensation control with single-piece arch construction rolled to form Gothic peaks. The steeper peak also assists in shedding ice and snow more efficiently than quonset arches. There are many ventilation options for GGS gutter connected greenhouses whether you are interested in natural ventilation or forced air cooling.
Gutter connected industrial greenhouses are ideal choices for growers with multiple crops and are among the most easily customizable constructions for farmers growing or diversifying their operations. Multiple environments can be achieved by creating different zones within one larger greenhouse block, gutter connected greenhouses can easily be expanded in ways that optimize land use and create production efficiency.
- A versatile greenhouse designed for vegetable crops or floriculture
- A single piece arch rolled into a gothic peak for superior condensation control
- Gutter vents and other natural ventilation options for the most effective and efficient airflow possible
- The most economical greenhouse for large growers
- Standard widths: 16’, 18’, 21’, 24’, 27’ 6” (32’, 36’, 42’, 48’ - Widespan)
- Typical under gutter heights are 14' - 24'
- Galvanized gutters for superior protection against corrosion
- Posts are rated for 55,000 psi tensile strength
- 1 1/2" diameter ridge purlins
- Oval arches
- Swaged gutter connection
- Post spacing on 12' Centers
- Trusses are hot dipped galvanized after fabrication
- Full set of construction blueprints and material list breakdown for construction