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Riga V Greenhouse - Exclusive Sale

The Riga 5 is 9′ 8″ W x 17′ 6″ L x 7′ 7″ H  and is designed to be used to grow fresh vegetables, herbs, and flowers year round. With a combination of strong materials and durable hardware, the Riga Greenhouse is by far the strongest greenhouse under $7,000. …full description

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Riga V Greenhouse – Exclusive Sale

The Riga 5 is 9′ 8″ W x 17′ 6″ L x 7′ 7″ H  and is designed to be used to grow fresh vegetables, herbs, and flowers year round. Other greenhouses use less than 8 mm twin-wall polycarbonate panels and are considered to be season extenders, to be used when only a slight night frost might be expected during the spring or fall season.

The Riga V Greenhouse is 9 ft. 8 in. wide and 17 ft. 6 in. long, has 8 mm and 10 mm panels, and can be placed on a 20 in. wall if desired. A door drop down kit is available.

The Riga V Greenhouse is designed, engineered, and manufactured in Germany by Hoklartherm, a leading manufacturer of commercial and hobby greenhouses, sun rooms, pavilions, pool covers, home additions, and commercial building, with 28 years experience.

With a combination of strong materials and durable hardware, the Riga Greenhouse is by far the strongest greenhouse under $5,000. The polycarbonate glazing on the Riga Greenhouse is German made and believed to be of superior quality than the much more common Polygal or GE glazing. And a major advantage of the Riga Greenhouse Package’s construction method is that the frame profiles are permanently attached to each other, and won’t come loose over time due to wind pressures.

Features:

  • Size: 9 ft. 8 in. W x 17 ft. 6 in. L x  7 ft. 7 in. H
  • 165 sq. ft.
  • Over-sized rear wall window: 30 in. W x 42 in. H with adjustment arm
  • 4 roof windows: 40 in. W x 24 in. D with automatic window opener
  • Dutch Barn Door with keyed lock: 30 in. W x 79 in. H
  • 10 mm twin-wall polycarbonate wall panels in the front and rear
  • 8 mm UV-coated twin wall polycarbonate over main body
  • First-class insulation: R or K-value 3.0
  • Assembly time: 2 people, 1 full day
  • Warranty: polycarbonate 10 years; frame 15 years
  • Base Frame (optional)

 

Optional Base Frame (highly recommended):

  • 6 in. high
  • Attaches to the bottom of the greenhouse
  • Sits in the ground but can be mounted on top of a wood, concrete, or brick frame/wall
  • Provides 5 in. of additional inside height

 

More reasons to get a Riga Greenhouse:

  • Offers more window and door ventilation than another units in its class
  • Attractive and beautiful to look at – fits well in to an upscale garden setting
  • All roof windows come standard with automatic (solar-powered) window openers
  • Offers the minimum insulation needed to grow plant year-round – using less insulation costs more to heat
  • Curved side wall deflects major wind storms and are strong enough to be covered with 7 feet of snow
  • All polycarbonate panels sit on all sides in the aluminum framing: this makes the unit rigid, stronger, and better insulated
  • Comes with DVD and written Assembly Instructions
  • Made in Germany
Click here to see the 7 ft. 8 in. W x 7 ft. L Riga IIs Greenhouse standard package
Click here to see the Riga IIs –  7′ 8″ W x 7′ L X 7′ 1″ H  Greenhouse package
Click here to see the Riga IIIs – 7′ 8″ W  x 10′ 6″ L  X 7′ 1″ H Greenhouse standard package
Click here to see the Riga IVs – 7′ 8″ x 14′ L x 7′ 1″ H Greenhouse standard package
Click here to see the Riga IVs – 7′ 8″  W x 14′ L X 7′ 1″ H Greenhouse package
Click here to see the Riga III Greenhouse standard package without accessories – 9′ 8″W X 10′ 6″ L X  7 ‘ 7″ H 
Click here to see the Riga IV Greenhouse Package –  9′ 8″W X 14′ L X  7 ‘ 7″ H
Click here to see the Riga V Greenhouse Package –  9′ 8″W X 17′ 6″ L X  7 ‘ 7″ H 
Click here to see the Riga XL – 14′ W x 16′ 5″ L Greenhouse package

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Product Specs

  • 10 mm twin-wall polycarbonate wall panels in the front and rear
  • 165 sq. ft.
  • 4 roof windows: 40 in. W x 24 in. D with automatic window opener
  • 8 mm UV-coated twin wall polycarbonate over main body
  • Assembly time: 2 people, 1 full day
  • Base frame (Optional)
  • Dutch Barn Door with keyed lock: 30 in. W x 79 in. H
  • First-class insulation: R or K-value 3.0
  • Over-sized rear wall window: 30 in. W x 42 in. H with adjustment arm
  • Size: 9 ft. 8 in. W x 7 ft. 7 in. H x 17 ft. 6 in. L
  • Warranty: polycarbonate 10 years; frame 15 years

Customer Reviews

bmacpiper said:

Bought the Riga V a couple of months ago, and it's a really nice greenhouse. Bettergreenhouses.com was easy and prompt to deal with, and I would do business with them again. The service from the distributor (Exaco in Austin, TX) was beyond anything I've ever experienced. I got a call from them well prior to delivery, giving me a voicemail with all sorts of info about what to expect, how to handle any damage, etc. They asked me to call back, which I did, and they also gave me a rundown on assembly resources (including links to videos and a DVD), and the personal cell number of one of the owners for any assembly questions. I used this, and he was available on weekends at a moment's notice. When I was missing a few parts, they were shipped and received within a couple of days. Seriously stellar product support. One note on delivery: this comes in three pieces--one is about 17' long, and the other two are large cardboard and wooden crates, weighing in at about 300 pounds each. The truck company said they'd be sending a liftgate truck but did not, and only one man in the truck. I happened to have gardeners at the house when this arrived, but if I hadn't, I couldn't have accepted delivery (I have a bad back). So be warned--you'll need at least a couple strong people at home to help unload. As to the actual greenhouse, it is fantastic overall and I wouldn't change my choice of which house to buy. There are a few negatives, mostly pertaining to assembly, but the overall finished product is well worth it. It is a really nice and sturdy house. Pros-- --tons of headroom, nice looking exterior profile, 10/15 year warranty on panels/frame, incredible product support from within the US, modular assembly that doesn't take a ton of tools. Cons-- --probably the worst set of assembly instructions I've ever used--you will receive them in German, and also a really badly translated version in English. I happen to speak fluent German, and seriously would have been in trouble if I didn't. The video from Exaco is extremely helpful for the major assemblies, but it also doesn't cover all the fine points. I am a very skilled builder/wrencher, and I think this assembly would be confusing for an inexperienced DIY'er, though still possible. That said, I was able to assemble the main house by myself in about 8 hours, and then spent most of a second day adding windows, doors, and rear window, plus squaring and securing the house to my foundation. Take your time, refer often to the video, and you should be able to get it done. Having Andrew available is also extremely helpful. --Some parts in the kit are not matched to the assembly instructions --Hoklatherm (manufacturer) intentionally does not include enough tie downs for the house, and also not enough bolts for the longitudinal braces. Exaco sent them along, but this does not make sense to me. As an example, if memory serves, there are 12 possible locations to tie down the house, and they include 10 tie down straps. For the longitudinal braces, there are 6 possible attachment points, and Hoklatherm includes 5 bolts instead of 6. Bearing in mind, these same braces are the attachment points for the shelves, if you add those as an option. Again, Exaco sent what I asked for, but I consider this to be an oversight by Hoklatherm in their piece count. --If you want the upper windows to not leak, you must seal all around them with silicon, plus the points where the aluminum and black plastic meet. This is no big deal, but it's much easier to do while the windows are not installed all the way. After sealing and when installing, slide the window over halfway and access it by using an a-frame ladder to stand through the window opening, let it dry, then slide back into place. --Plastic parts are very strong once assembled, but it's possible to break them during assembly if you're not careful. --The shelves are referred to in older ads as being clear, and they're not--they're an opaque white plastic. So plants on the back of the bottom shelf are in shade. Again, don't let the negatives stop you--the house is my favorite space on my little homestead, I love just going in there and hanging out, in addition to gardening.

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