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A glass greenhouse inspires hobby and professional gardeners alike. That's because a professional glass greenhouse combines functionality and stability. Among other things, the light-transmitting glass ensures that the growing conditions for your plants are favourable. In addition, a glass greenhouse is also visually appealing. With a greenhouse with glass panels, growing fruit and vegetables becomes adds a touch of class to your garden.

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The advantages of a high-quality glass greenhouse

Crafted with premium materials, our toughened glass greenhouses offer durability and longevity, ensuring your investment stands the test of time. Toughened glass, also known as tempered glass, is a shatter-resistant glass that has been treated through a special thermal process to increase its strength and durability. Our greenhouses with toughened glass feature glazing that is much less susceptible to temperature fluctuations than normal glass. 

With their sleek and elegant design, they become a stunning centrepiece in any garden, adding a touch of sophistication to your outdoor oasis.

Some advantages of a glass greenhouse include:

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    Light transmission

    Glass panes allow more light to pass through compared to polycarbonate. This is especially beneficial for plants that require high levels of sunlight or for areas with limited natural light.

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    Aesthetically pleasing

    Glass greenhouses have a more traditional appearance, which can enhance the overall look of a garden or property.

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    UV resistance

    Glass is naturally UV-resistant, whereas polycarbonate glazing requires a special coating to protect against UV degradation over time.

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    Greenhouse toughened glass has a longer lifespan compared to polycarbonate, which may need replacement after several years due to UV degradation and yellowing.

Glass greenhouses and polycarbonate greenhouses both have their advantages and disadvantages, and the choice between them depends on various factors, including the specific needs and preferences of the gardener.

Important for safety: our glass greenhouses have a polycarbonate roof

With our range of HERA greenhouses, you don't have to ask yourself whether a greenhouse made of glass or plastic is better. We combine the best of both materials: the high light transmission and attractive appearance of glass with the high break resistance of plastic. The front, rear and side walls of our glass greenhouses are made of ESG safety glass. As an important safety feature, the gable triangular panels of the front and rear walls, as well as the roof panels including the windows, are made of approx. 16 mm* thick polycarbonate.

    Glazing Comparison: toughened glass versus horticultural glass

    Toughened glassHorticultural glass
    Up to 7 x stronger
    Lower price
    Doesn't break into shards
    Thin, fragile material
    Filters ultra-violet rays
    Risk of injury if broken

    Glass greenhouses with aluminium frames

    Under the premise of offering you only sturdy and weatherproof products, each of our greenhouses is made of high-quality metal, whether equipped with glass or polycarbonate panels. To be more precise, each greenhouse is made of corrosion-resistant aluminium, which means the greenhouse effectively stands up to the elements!

    Aluminium is an extremely long-lasting metal, which is characterised in particular by its high resistance to weathering. An important feature if you want to grow plants in your aluminium glass greenhouse all year round. We do not offer a glass greenhouse with a wooden construction. Wood is a material that requires a great deal of care and maintenance and is also not weather-sensitive.

    Sturdy aluminium frames of our glass greenhouses

    From large greenhouses to mini greenhouses

    With its compact dimensions, a mini greenhouse made of glass such as the Hera 2 (8.6 x 4.5 ft) is an ideal size for small spaces. Even our small greenhouses in the HERA range feature at least two windows in the roof, providing ample ventilation for your plants in warm weather. A mini greenhouse lends itself to growing a small selection of your favourite plants. Alternatively, you might use it as a sunroom for reading and relaxing in the shoulder months, soaking in gorgeous sunlight while protecting yourself from a crisp breeze. The windows and double sliding door give you plenty of control over the temperature and easy access.

    If you have a garden with plenty of space, our large size glasshouses offer even more space for planting all varieties of fruit and vegetables. You can easily convert a glass greenhouse into an open and welcoming walk-in winter garden.

    How to assemble a glass greenhouse

    You can build any of our glass greenhouses yourself - thanks to the appropriate glass greenhouse kit. This means you don't have to hire a specialist company or invest a lot of time in planning or effort in the work itself. As soon as the glass greenhouse is delivered to you, you can start building it yourself. Detailed instructions, our assembly guide and suitable videos will take you through all the steps. Before assembly, it's important to make a decision about your greenhouse base. A free-standing growhouse always needs to be anchored to a concrete foundation base.

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    Our expert service

    Glass is an attractive greenhouse glazing material that has a number of benefits, including optimal light transmission and longevity. The choice of glass is perfect for an English garden, giving you a very traditional greenhouse look. We have a good range of large and mini greenhouses with glass panels. If you have questions to any aspect of our greenhouses, including the double sliding doors, windows, or greenhouse accessories, our team of garden experts will be happy to help.

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