If you have an unused sunroom on your property, why not give it a new purpose by converting it into a greenhouse?
With a greenhouse on your property, you can enjoy your favorite fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers all year long!
Since a sunroom is very similar to a greenhouse design with its large windows and transparent roof, conversion is a relatively simple process, provided you have the right tools for the job.
Before converting your sunroom, it is essential to clean out any existing furniture or items that you do not want in the greenhouse. Additionally, because a greenhouse can be messy and full of dirt, it’s essential to move any delicate or easily damaged objects from the sunroom.
Once you have cleared the space, cover the floor with a layer of sheet plastic to protect it from leaks and moisture.
Once you have cleared the space, you will need to design a layout for your greenhouse. While it is possible to make changes and add on as designs are implemented, it’s best to start with a clear idea so that you can give yourself plenty of room.
Make sure to consider what type of space you will need for the specific type of plants you want to grow. For example, if you’re growing many plants in pots, you may consider installing more shelf space to save room.
Once you have finished the design, it is time to start moving plants into your new greenhouse. Start with the more challenging to grow plants to ensure that they can grow before moving in plants that need warmer conditions or specific space requirements.
If you haven’t had the chance to add a sunroom in Tulsa, OK, so that you can use it as a greenhouse, several reputable contractors can complete the construction for you.