On Thursday, September 13, 2012 5:15:03 AM UTC-4, harry. yates wrote:
I used polycarbonate for mine. Installation is easier. The roof is 4 foot by 12 foot panels, which you couldn't do easily with glass. Installation is also safer, not having to worry about the possibility of glass breaking. And polycarbonate can take an occasional bump from tools or pots without breaking.
I think Polycarbonate could be the right option for me. What is a
reasonable price for cut to size polycarbonate greenhouse panels? This
is one site which is on my radar what do you think?
'Clear Twin Wall Polycarbonate Sheet Cut To Size'
'Jeff Layman[_2_ Wrote:
> ;968733']On 13/09/2012 09:59, harry.yates wrote:-
this is my firsty post and am struggling to understand how i can post it
correclty, as i keep getting extend message errorharry.yates;969169 Wrote:
> I think Polycarbonate could be the right option for me. What is a
> reasonable price for cut to size polycarbonate greenhouse panels? This
> is one site which is on my radar what do you think?
> pone already built i.e polytunnel. these can be found at this
> 'hydroponics uk' (http://tinyurl.com/8bhctg8 ) website
I've no idea what it would cost to cut polycarbonate to size but I do
know that often cutting fees exceed the price of material. I would
suggest cutting it yourself, it's not very difficult. And
polycarbonate is easier to cut than plexiglass.
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