My GH was 8x12 and almost 8' high. I had a good foot or so leftover. You can do the math. :) Unfortunately, even with the anchor kit, my Palram GH flexed enough in the wind to destroy itself. Junk.
No. It is not heavy enough.
It should work. You simply toss the cable over the greenhouse, drive the pegs in the ground and tighten with a turnbuckle. Didn't prevent mine from being destroyed in a storm though.
Hi bj, There is a specific anchoring kit for the none Snap and Grow greenhouses, please find hereby attached link for your convenience: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Palram-Nature-Series-0-33-ft-x-0-33-ft-x-18-in-Greenhouse-Anchoring-Kit-702771/205509870 Thanks and have a wonderful day!
If the cable is long enough to go over your GH. Pretty basic, just a couple cables that go over the top and you crank them tight. The hard part is screwing the anchors in. You have to have just the right soil. I gave up and used large spikes.
You're receiving your answer from a customer. I believe the system will work for most buildings that have a structure that enables you to attach to the aluminum framework. Item number 7409 and 7410 are the metal guides for running the metal cord along the aluminum framework.
Hi Admin, Yes it would, however, you will need more then one Snap & Grow Series 4 in. x 18 in. x 4 in. Greenhouse Anchoring Kit for your Palram Snap and Grow 8 ft. x 20 ft. greenhouse. Thanks and have a wonderful day!
Yes, I believe this system would fit to any size greenhouse. The metal cording is adjustable. Double check if the system comes with the greenhouse you are purchasing. The contractor installed the system on a 12x12 Americana greenhouse.
Yes. Recommended by Palram.