Deuba Greenhouse Instructions

Deuba 2mx4m greenhouse

I would not advise buying one of these. The design is pretty shoddy and whilst it was quite cheap i now wish i’d spent a bit more. Check out these hilarious reviews for a slightly smaller version.

Nevertheless after days of effort it’s up and functioning and stuff is planted. And actually it’s quite nice sitting in it in the early morning or late evening.

Anyway, here’s the instructions for when we need to take it down (oh the horror). Maybe it helps someone else.

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3 Comments

  1. Hmmm, started on the 8×6 greenhouse today.
    Two roof Windows done and door completed.
    Then fund the issue with the cross struts on the back wall panel.. How annoying.
    Will get back to it tomorrow and have to elongate the holes to fit.

    Looks like we will be sealing the polycarbonate glazing in with a mastic as our allotment is so windy.

    Soft headed screws do t help much either.

    Peter

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    1. Yeah it is a real bloody process. The windows I was also worried about since they are so flimsy, but actually i didn’t have problems, we did fix it well to the ground. I also considered glueing them down but you’ll end up with oven conditions if you do that…

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