Expand your greenhouse complex easily with Harnois

{Sponsored} Harnois greenhouses can be extended after the initial installation without interfering with production, which is a huge advantage for producers. Find out how phasing the construction will help you stay on budget and ensure the continued growth of your business.

Why expand your greenhouse complex?

You can choose to expand your greenhouse complex for several reasons:

  • To start a new crop;
  • To produce a crop with a different system (e.g. hydroponic);
  • To shelter a new crop with specific needs (e.g. an organic crop).

The key elements of a successful expansion

Here are some important points you will need to consider before embarking on the expansion of your greenhouse:

With these points in mind, you can prepare your expansion plan to ensure profitability. You can then call on our team of experts to help you finalize your plan and begin construction.

Choose the right expansion size

The expansion area is dictated by the size of the lot and available labor. Harnois Greenhouses’ specialist team always proposes a structure that will cover as many square meters as possible. To do this, our engineers design a custom expansion that covers the entire lot using a match of different bay widths.

Carrying out the construction

We understand that halting production can have a major impact on your performance and revenue. That’s why we’ve developed a work process that allows you to continue all of your operations during the construction.

The stages of construction

Before starting construction, preparation is key. You need to obtain a building permit and draw up a plan in collaboration with the Harnois team. Our experts will help you choose the right model for your crop, your climate and your needs.

The new structure is built independently so as not to interfere with your daily crop production. You can take advantage of the construction time to train the team that will be working in the new section of the greenhouse complex.

Meet our team at Cultivate’2019 at booth #0317. We will be happy to discuss your project and share our 50+ years of knowledge.

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