We realize building or installing a greenhouse can be a daunting task without the right knowledge and equipment to bring your project to fruition with professional results.
Bryson Built is able to provide quick professional installation due to being properly equipped to efficiently install our own products.
Most of our structures will be installed by our own crew offering you experienced installation at an affordable cost with quick build times.
Our electrician is experienced with our products and is, therefore, able to address some of the unique needs involved in setting up a climate controlled greenhouse.
If you have a contractor you would like to work with, we will be happy to sell you a kit with detailed instructions and provide support along the way if needed.
When installing your structure, it is recommended to dig a small trench approximately 6″- 8″ wide x 4″- 6″ deep filled with gravel directly underneath the base rail so as to keep the steel tube from sitting in direct contact with mud or water.
This extra little step doesn’t require much in the way of labor or materials but offers a substantially longer lifespan to the base rail. Most of our smaller structures (up to 12×32) can be delivered already completed only requiring anchoring and connection to power.
All of our buildings are designed to be set into concrete using our reinforced heavy ground stake or bolted directly to a pad but there are alternative methods of installation. Helix anchors may be driven into the ground for a more temporary situation.
If installing your greenhouse yourself whichever method you choose we cannot emphasize enough for it to be sufficiently anchored so as to not shift or move over time.
Larger buildings will arrive on-site prefabricated and can be installed by our crew in 1-2 weeks on site depending upon size and intensity.
Spring is our busiest time of year and we can get back ordered resulting in longer wait times especially if we will be installing as a turnkey system, or if your purchasing a custom or larger project.
If you’re wanting to be able to use it in the spring to get a jump start on the year we recommend you consider constructing it in the fall so that you will be up and running when the weather gets nice. Give us a call if you would like to discuss your next greenhouse project.