Replacement Greenhouse Glass FAQ

Robert Hall answers this Frequently Asked Question relating to replacing greenhouse glazing that has been damaged by high winds or storm damage.

Created by Robert Hall on Thursday, 19th of December, 2013.
Updated on Wednesday, 30th of August, 2017.


Replacing Greenhouse Glass

We sometimes get calls into the garden centre from UK gardeners who have damaged greenhouse glass or acrylic glazing panels, after very high winds and storms.

When it comes to replacing glass panels, we will always recommend you contact your local glazing company.

This is because glass is a delicate item to post and, because we are an independent business with garden centres, we believe it is important to support local business.

Acrylic Panels

However, Gardensite do supply replacement Acrylic panels which simply clip around the curved section of the Halls Supreme and Silverline greenhouses.

Greenhouse Accessories

Gardensite also stock a wide selection of Greenhouse Accessories including:

  • Rubber Glazing Gaskets
  • Glazing Spring Clips
  • Door Seals
  • Door Weather Seals
  • Rubber Glazing Gaskets
  • Retaining Z Clips
  • Autovent Automatic Window Openers
  • Roof Vents
  • Retaining S and H Bar for Acrylic panels
  • Nut and Bolts
  • Screw Hooks
  • Door Maintenance Kits
  • Rainwater Kits

If you require FREE help or advice then the Greenhouse Team at Gardensite are on hand 7 days a week 9am - 5pm. Telephone 0121 355 7701.

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