Check out our Hanley Assembly overview
We offer these structures with 17′ wide hoops at 6′ increments, standard.
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A note of caution…
At 6’ rib spacing, these structures are not intended to, or capable of handling very much snow load. This tunnel can handle greater loads by simply reducing the rib spacing and/or increasing the length of the anchor pegs.
Pricing can be done as a complete package or as “required components”
(prices as dependent on quantity purchased)
5/8” rebar (48” recommended)
Base plate with clasp
Rope (1000’ spools)
25’ or 28’ wide 7mil clear plastic
Sample prices, including plastic
17’ x 100’ at 4’ = $2725… sections are $98.35
17’ x 100’ at 5’ = $2325… sections are $102.70
17’ x 102’ at 6’ = $2095… sections are $107Our prices exclude installation, end anchors, freight & taxes unless otherwise specified. Please inquire with any concerns.
HST & Freight are extra, prices current as of June 2018 – please call for current quote
17’ wide with 92” centre height
1”x2”x24’ galvanized 1 piece ribs
Ribs typically spaced at 6’ apart
5/8” rebar (2 per rib) 48” long suggested
1/4” polyester rope
Base plates with clasps
It is important to get the correct amount of inward lean on the anchor rods. If they are too vertical, it will be a challenge to get the rib on and if they are leaning too much they will loose some of their holding power.
Proper tension on the rope is critical to the success this type of “greenhouse” since it is the rope which is holding the plastic in place. The plastic is secured lengthwise between 2 stakes which should be a minimum of 12’ away from the last rib. By pulling and securing the cover lengthwise first, you will minimize the cover dipping between the ribs.
We now have a modified Hanley which is narrower and taller, with a two part hoop. Pricing is available upon request. Due to the substantially different wind dynamic, the modified Hanley is not suggested as your first Hanley experience.
Norm shared a bit about Hanleys and the first greenhouses after a recent Coffee Time with Norm. Check out the video here: