As the brand name suggests, the Hercules range is renowned for its shear strength. Its large, light capturing roof is supported by extra thick aluminium beams, running the length of each roof glazing bar. This makes the Hercules exceptionally durable in areas with windy weather conditions.
An increased eaves height of 5'5" has been incorporated into the design, giving you the choice of installing the lockable double door (single, on the Trafalger and Hastings models) on the front of the greenhouse, as well as either end.
Another advantage of the doorway is the low-level threshold, allowing easy access for wheelbarrows or wheelchairs.
The Hercules range comes with the following features, as standard:
* A superior PVC bar capping system, which is a stronger and more attractive alternative to metal glass securing clips.
* Large pane, 3mm toughened safety glass. No unsightly overlapped glazing with a Hercules! All glass is held in place by full length PVC 'bar capping', which eliminates he need for the traditional metal clips, providing a neater, stronger finish.
* Integral guttering, with end stops and two down pipes. Ideal for water collection, when combined with one of our optional Slimline water butts.
* Superb circulating ventilation, provided by automatic roof vents and manual side louvre vents.
* Strong, integral hanging basket rails
The Hercules comes in a range of sizes, to suit any size garden.
For the smaller garden, there is the 6'5" wide Trafalgar or the 8'5" Blenheim - the latter comes with a double door, but both greenhouses share the same low doorway threshold, as well as the generous 5'5" height eaves.
Coming in at a width of 10'6", is the ever popular Naseby, providing increased space for the most prolific gardener. If additional space is needed, optional 8' extensions can be added, literally up to any length.
If your space is limited, you might consider a lean-to model, like the 6'5" Hastings, or the 8'5" Bosworth. When attached to your property, your plants will benefit from the additional warmth during cooler months, and you'll find it easier to acheive a water and electricity connection.