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Frederick Dunn: So how is it holding up these days? Would you have done anything different? Can it handle strong winds? Thanks for sharing, I've often looked at these, but just worried about longevity....
CharlysGardenSchool G: Beware! I thought I was getting a great deal under $400 and bought two, but I live in an area where I am bombarded by Fall-Winter-Spring winds from all directions. Mine blew to pieces, and the roof leans 45-degrees. The side panels blowout regardless of how secure the securing clips are, and the ceiling panels are flimsy and way the heck up in the air where it's hard to open and close. Once the wind catches them the whole building is a goner. The quality of the aluminum is not what they showed in the store - it's much thinner. Be very careful when you buy this or it's a total waste of money. Placement in a low-wind zone is critical for success. I am now trying to figure out what I can use the frame for so that it was at least worth the effort of putting it up
Frances Garza: I have a top panel that blew off from my Harbor Freight greenhouse , how can I replace it?
Catherine Bruce: Excellent video my friend.
Stefanie Thibodeaux: I have one and so far so good...my only complaint is it gets super hot, even with the top hatches positioned open. I've learned my lesson for summer use and seed starter usage, put a squirrel cage air mover in to help circulate air. Aside from that, it is very awesome and works very well. I still have tomatoes here in December and have tomatoes coming out my ears! lol! Go get one, use it and set it up like this gentleman. It works well. Enjoy and happy gardening!
Paul Kawaguchi: How much does it cost?
Patrick P: what about the bird in the planter about 2min25sec in video
trethehunter: Thank you for your quick response sir.
trethehunter: Nice.. will it stand up to high wind?
Joe Weaver: i love me some damatoes
Living Lightly: thanks for that little bit of greenhouse porn XXX
Gigglebyte Aquaponics and Backyard Farming: I Love your video!! Check out my organic aquaponics channel please you'll love it
CharlysGardenSchool G: I've heard a couple people say the Harbor Freight greenhouse works for them... Mine was a disaster!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They do NOT work in windy areas (avg 60 mph gusts, North and South winds); even my prevailing wind has the panels rattling all four seasons. It is securely fastened to half-buried railroad ties. After the doors blew off, more panels blew off with each wind, the horizontal aluminum bar on the end broke, and the roof peak bent 45-degrees, and the center is now sagging. Although it's fairly stable once the panels are on, it's more frail than I thought it would be. Now it's a fairly useless shell with the bent roof peak propped up to vertical with a piece of bamboo against the house. Unfortunately, I - a dreamer - bought two, because they were on sale. It was an entire waste of money and I should have invested in good greenhouse fabric/plastic and scavenged the rest of the materials for a good tunnel or light-weight greenhouse... oh, well :) Critical analyses: The roof is weak and tends to cave in the center without support (there is a weak spot where two pieces are joined to reinforce), and once a gust of wind gets inside (when a roof vent bends to the wind, or a door is lifted), it bows the panels vertically and they blow out. Reinforcement is definitely required. For those with building restrictions, and in my case, a full support for all four corners and roof means I'd practically have to build a greenhouse inside the greenhouse.
alphasxsignal: What type of floor did you put down in it?Did you fasten it down to wood boards around the bottom frame 2x8 or something?
alphasxsignal: Yea if you use good clear cauling on the panels that thing will hold up real nice in the winds. Its nice.
alice coppers: Mine was 500 on CL
alice coppers: Put one together in 2011 and it's still going strong....cement used for keeping foundation down in corners and center...really helps secure it in winds....