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8ft x 32ft Garden Choice Polytunnel

Total Price: €1,289.00

Z35 High Tensile Steel
Corrosion resistant steel
1000G Polythene
Tanelith-E Timber
Stronger 4" x 2" Timbers
Tapes Included

Small Polytunnel for your Garden: 8ft wide x 32ft long Polytunnel!
This small polytunnel from our Gardener's Choice polytunnel range is a mid-range polytunnel option. With this type of polytunnel, the polythene is attached using TIMBER GROUND RAILS rather than been buried in a trench around the sides. It eliminates the need to dig a trench.  It is easier and quicker to build and perfect for those who would like to build their own.  When polythene is clad with side rails, it is more tightly secured to the structure.

What is included in the Gardener's Choice Polytunnel Kit
- High Tensile Z35 Steel Hoops & Bracing 35mm (c/w EXTRA galvanisation)
  Steel is up to 20 times more corrosion resistant than standard pre-galvanised tube

- Front *Timber Gable end
- Rear *Timber Gable end with large Net vent (promotes air circulation around plants, but keep pests out!)
- 1 x Hinged *Timber door c/w dropbar and holder
*Timber Ground rail for sides and gable ends
- 1000G Clear Thermic Anti-Drip Polythene

- Anti Hot Spot Tape (on each hoop and not just the end hoops!)
UV Repair tape included
- Polytunnel Building instructions (if building yourself)
VAT included

NOTE:  If choosing for us to install, please note the site must be level and free from obstructions above and below ground. Cost includes labour to install and also Quick setting cement for the foundation tubes of structure.  Please refer to our terms and conditions.

*Note: All timber is heavy duty 4" x 2" Tanelith E treated timbers (Environment friendly timber treated for outdoor use).


Width: 8ft (2.44m)
Ridge Height: 8ft (2.4m)
Internal Standing Height at sides: 6ft (1.8m)
Straight Side Height: 3ft 3" (1m)

Steel Frame:
All steelwork is not just just high tensile Z35 Steel but also comes with the added benefit of been specially galvanised internally and externally to be 20 times more rust-resistant than your standard pre-galvanised tubular steel.
- Hoops: 35mm Outer Diameter     
- Bracing: 35mm Outer Diameter  

Gable ends
All timbers supplied are larger to give you the added strength and durability at the gable ends to hold doors/net vents.
- Timber Uprights: 100mm x 44mm (4"x2")
- Lintel: 100mm 100mm x 44mm (4"x2")
- Door size for 8ft wide approx:
2m high x 800mm wide
All timber included Ground rails are TANELITH-E treated for longer life. 
What is TANELITH E Treated timber? TANALISED E pressure treated timber has been impregnated with TANALITH E, a waterborne product based on copper triazole technology. Copper is derived from recycled sources and triazoles are organic biodegradable biocides, commonly used to protect many of the food crops we eat... For More Details..?

Ground Rails: How is polythene attached?
Timber Cladding system (Garden Choice range): Polythene is attached to the polytunnel structure by wrapping polythene around timber laths which are then nailed onto the heavier timber ground rail and uprights in gable ends. Need Building instructions?

Option 1: The standard polythene we use is a 1000G Thermic Anti-Drip Polythene. This  is a clear film with the additional benefits of Thermic and Anti-drip properties.    
    'Thermic' - raises the temperature of the internal temperature by approx.1 to 2 Degrees celsius above the outside temperature. 
    'Anti-Drip' or 'Anti-Fog' - condensation evaporates or rolls off the polythene.

Option 2: Diffused Thermic 840G Polythene - This is a diffused film with the additional benefits of been Thermic.    
    'Thermic' - raises the temperature of the internal temperature by approx.1 to 2 Degrees celsius above the outside temperature. 
    'Diffused' - the sun's rays are 'dispersed' or 'diffused' to prevent plant scorching. The same amount of light is allowed in.

Polythene Warranty: A manufacturer's warranty against UVI degradation of the polythene is 5-6 years depending on the type of polythene picked. This warranty does not cover accidental damage, malicious damage, storm damage or general wear and tear etc.

Guidelines on how to care for your polythene

Building Instructions

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