Vancouver Island Grown Yellow Cedar Greenhouses

Designed to reflect the rugged beauty and resilience of Vancouver Island, our greenhouses epitomize sustainable, local craftsmanship.



The Zoff Greenhouse Process

Before construction begins, the build site needs to be clear of vegetation and leveled, with a two-foot clearance from any structure. Customers must have leveling or concrete mixing materials on-site. Landscape fabric is optional, and any necessary site preparation by our team will incur an additional cost.

Day 1

The foundation of our greenhouses begins with a single layer of cinder blocks, leveled and bonded using construction adhesive for stability. Next we pour concrete to ensure a firm base and install concrete anchor bolts. This meticulous process sets the stage for a solid and enduring structure, ensuring the greenhouse can withstand the elements effectively.

Day 2

On the second day, we lay a sill gasket on the concrete foundation to create a moisture barrier between the concrete and cedar framing. Plates are then attached to the foundation using the previously installed concrete anchor bolts, securing the greenhouse’s frame. By day’s end, the main framing of the greenhouse is complete, providing a robust structure ready for finishing touches.

Day 3

The final day focuses on installing polycarbonate panels, the ridge cap, and a Dutch door, along with any necessary finishing trim. Additionally, seeding tables and garden beds are installed, transforming the framework into a functional greenhouse. Depending on size, most greenhouses are completed within 2 to 3 days, ready for use.

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