|RIGA V Polycarbonate Commercial Greenhouse||93" H x 116" W x 210" D||330 lbs|
|RIGA V Base||6" H x 116" W x 206" D||Unavailable|
|RIGA V Regular Shelf With Flat Poly Sheet||206" W x 25" D||Unavailable|
|RIGA V Single Top Shelf||206" W x 14" D||Unavailable|
|Movable Plastic Hangers||Unavailable||Unavailable|
|Adjustable Metal Hooks||Unavailable||Unavailable|
|Features Options:||Foundation Included, Lockable Door|
|Panel Thickness Options:||10 mm +, 7-9.9 mm|
|Type Options:||Commercial Greenhouses, Hobby Greenhouses|
Hoklartherm RIGA V Polycarbonate Commercial Greenhouse
Richard from Fort Davis, TX– Verified Buyer
This greenhouse is well engineered and very sturdy.
Nice, but not so easy to assemble
Richard from Vancouver WA– Verified Buyer
Gable panels are a VERY tight fit, needs 2 people minimum to assemble. If sealed per instructions the roof vents will leak like sieves in the rain. Recommend caulking the plastic corners pieces before assembly, PLUS drilling small holes on the inside frames near the corners and shooting expanding foam inside, also caulking both vertical sides of every panel. The base is a must if no foundation, but be careful not to bow out the sides when covering with dirt - it's a pain to have to dig it out again to true up the sides. Finished mine with red concrete pavers on a sand base in and out - looks very elegant.
Great Greenhouse kit
Paul from Crockett, Texas
This is a great greenhouse kit. Written instructions could be better, more specific with construction hints. Video is better. Materials are very good and finished product is good looking and appears strong. I put mine on a concrete block wall 2 blocks high and love the extra height.
great product, [...]
Nearly happy camper from Hillsville VA– Verified Buyer
Greenhouse kit is very well designed. Video of assembly makes all the difference. Watch once for general idea. Watch each piece again just before doing it.
The Best Greenhouse for the Money
Part-time Gardener from Oakwood, GA– Verified Buyer
My wife wanted a greenhouse to start seeds AND grow vegatables all year long (if possible). After extensive research, we selected Riga V. It was the largest greenhouse we could afford to buy and we are very satisfied with the purchase. The greenhouse came with 4 roof windows and automatic openers, which work like magic. The 8 mm polycarbonate panels (10 mm for the ends) are a must for year round gardening. The onion shape had no problem with the 20+ mph wind we occasionally have here in Oakwood. The design I like most about the greenhouse is that the aluminum extrusions are continuous pieces even for the 17' long Riga V. This makes the greenhouse very sturdy. The mid-section of the greenhouse roof does not sack due to the bending reaction of the side polycarbonate panels, even with no internal trusses. The greenhouse mounted perfectly fine on my level concrete footing without the optional base kit. It came with 10 brackets (supposed to be 12) for me to screw onto the concrete footing. The assembly was slightly tricky and took three of us a full day to install the major pieces and finish up the rest the next day. We could have gotten it done in one day if we didn't have to go to [...]for missing M6 screws and brackets (both floor and window brackets). Riga V is apparently not a very popular model that the retailer sells. It got mixed up with the Riga IV part count. The only drawback is that the roof windows do not seal very well and they leak when it is raining. Overall, a very functional greenhouse that is going to last a long time. I consider it good looking also.
The company was established by Werner Hollander, a graduate in engineering, in August 1982. However, it was in 1978, when the first “thermo semicircular arch greenhouse” was erected in the garden of the Hollander family. This pioneer greenhouse was so magnificent that this design was quickly followed by many other greenhouses of this kind.
The additional design series and the continuous further development of the greenhouse range made HOKLARTHERM become the biggest manufacturer of high-quality leisure greenhouses in Germany.