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Seeking Instructions for old NHM Ltd Greenhouse Assembly.

Discussion in 'Greenhouse Growing' started by Phyzio, Aug 5, 2018.

  1. Phyzio

    Phyzio Apprentice Gardener

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    I have been given an unused Galvanised Steel greenhouse kit. Made & Sold by NHM Ltd of Norfolk, ( who are no longer in business!). The instructions have been ruined by damp except for a tiny bit (hope to attach). I have contacted Norfolk Greenhouses but they are unable to help. It looks as though it was designed to be clad in PVC sheeting but I will change this to acrylic panes if I can get it assembled! I have spent hours on Google with no luck, except to find out that NHM are out of business. Any help gratefully received. Thank you.
     

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    Do you have any pics of the parts. I got a second hand greenhouse 2 years ago with no assembly instructions and with a bit of playing around managed to get it up. They generally all fix together the same way it’s just a matter of laying all the pieces together and figuring out what is what.
     
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    So it is a greenhouse that widens as it goes down not the usual straight sided greenhouse is that right @Phyzio .?

    From what one can see from the instructions it looks this shape but in aluminium.?
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  4. Phyzio

    Phyzio Apprentice Gardener

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    Yes, that shape. Made from galvanised steel. Meant to be glazed with PVC sheeting (which I will not use, instead more hardy polycarbonate sheets).
     
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    First thing to determine is the rough dimensions. Then determine which are the base pieces. Then work from there. If you are practical and have a good sense of spacial relationships, you’ll work it out. Give yourself plenty of time to make mistakes and you’ll get there. The biggest problem may be replacing pvc sheet with rigid pieces.
     

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