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Greenhouse Greenfingers Aluminium & Polycarbonate 4.8m x 2.5m x 2.0m
Our aluminium greenhouse has an internal volume of 23.50m³ and has ample space for a considerable number of plants and vegetables.
It features a 4mm thick twin-wall UV-resistant polycarbonate panel construction that allows up to 90% light transmission and reduces the risk of plant burn. The aluminium framework is rust-resistant.
The roof has additional bracings for strengthened support. Two adjustable roof vents ensure good airflow and moisture while an effective gutter system facilitates smooth drainage.
- Unbreakable 4mm double-walled PC panels
- Sturdy rust-resistant aluminium frame
- Aluminium frame base
- Lockable door
- Gutter system
- Easy to install
- Material: Aluminum and PC
- Overall dimensions: 482 cm x 250 cm (includes gutter system)x 195 cm (L x W x H)
- Panel thickness: 4 mm
- Vent size: 60 cm x 58 cm
- Door size: 61.5 cm x 160 cm
- Capacity: 22.56 m³
- Ground surface area: 11.57 m²
- Wall height: 124 cm
Warranty: 1 Year
- 1 x Aluminium Greenhouse
- 1 x User Manual
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Note: This item is classified as a Bulky Item, and does not deliver to some areas. Refer to the postcode list in the bulky items section of the Shipping Page for more information.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Hi, just wondering does this need a permit to have this in our backyard? Cheers
Hi, great question!
You really need to check with your local council.
Just go to your local council website and search 'building permit'
My council - City of Greater Geelong - does not require a building permit.
Here's what they say:
Construction of a freestanding Class 10a building (a shed, carport or garage) is exempt from the requirement to obtain a building permit by item 1 of Schedule 3 providing it:
- has a floor area not exceeding 10m2; and
- is not more than 3m in height, or no more than 2.4m in height, or within 1m of the boundary