Pictured above is a beautifully decorated conservatory. This glass structure protects it’s owners from wind and rain, allowing them to enjoy views of nature year round. The addition of a seating area to your conservatory is great when entertaining or relaxing. Plants can also easily be grown in a conservatory.
Cottage greenhouse charm can be achieved with residential greenhouses that posses an English look, but are made out of aluminum. The greenhouse pictured above is attached to a home and the produces tropical plants, like bananas, year round. The greenhouse’s aluminum frame will not rust, rot or warp.
It is cold outside, but inside the greenhouse it is nice and warm. With a Solar Innovations, inc. greenhouse you can grow plants year round. Even with snow outside, we’re able to grow plants at our Pennsylvania facility. The addition of heaters does the trick and provides the plants with a comfortable environment. Potting benches also create great places to water plants, store materials, and re-pot root-bound flowers.
Solar Innovations Inc. has several greenhouses on display at their manufacturing plant in Pine Grove, PA. Here customers are able to walk through the greenhouses and see possible uses for the glass rooms. The guest observes plants growing, different accessories in action and the various layout patterns. Our orchid greenhouse is full of blooms right now. Many botanical gardens across the country are having orchid shows and our greenhouse is showing off phaels, dendrobiums and specialty breeds.
This moderately sized greenhouse attached to a potting shed. Shade’s are featured on the structure’s roof and walls and a decorative awning covers the entryway. Mid-sized greenhouses like this a great way to cultivate your gardening hobby in residential areas.
Solar Innovations recently installed flooring in the conservatory attached to our manufacturing facility. The floor was originally just a concrete slab, but we recently replaced it with duraceramic tile for its resilience and warmth under foot.
Duracermaic tiles will not break as easily as their ceramic counterparts and have a Scotchguard coating to protect against stains and water droplets that may accumulate from the various plants that call the conservatory home. A neutral color was selected to match the framing and blends with the decor that changes.
The result looks is a classically styled conservatory filled with texture, color, and form.