High Quality Greenhouse on Display in County Offaly

High quality greenhouse in County Offaly

Are you looking for one of the most sophisticated and maintenance-free designs for greenhouses available on the market? Griffin designed a Victorian greenhouse that’s exactly that and it’s on display in County Offaly.

Polydome is the official agent for the whole of Ireland for Griffin Glasshouses. 2015 marked 50 years in this very specialised market. As an illustration, look at the Victorian greenhouse at Polydome’s premises at Birr.

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Premium Design

All the materials Griffin uses in the manufacturing process are of the highest quality. Also, Griffin designs many of the features, so they’re unique to the brand. This includes:

  • Full-length automated opening and ventilation system.
  • Victorian styled spandrels used in many of the greenhouses.
  • The hidden rainwater collection system can channel water into underground storage tanks. You can then pump it up for irrigation and watering.

Griffin Greenhouses makes all the frames from the highest quality, maintenance-free aluminium. Griffin then powder coats them in any paint colour of your choice. All bolts and fixings are completely hidden. The company specifically matches a wood look-alike finish. Therefore, Griffin greenhouses appear to be traditional but have the very latest, low maintenance finish.

Impacting the Greenhouse Market

For a couple of years, the Irish market for greenhouses was quiet. However, Jonathan Pyle, Managing Director of Polydome, had the following to say:

“The new display model in our showground gives strong brand credibility. Visitors can see for themselves the high specification build quality and design features of Griffin.”

Bespoke Options

The structure at Polydrome is an example of a Victorian-style greenhouse, and the pitch of the roof is quite steep. However, all Griffin greenhouses are bespoke and we will design to meet specific customer requirements.

Polydome also manufactures polytunnels for both the domestic and commercial markets.

Posted by Linda in News