Greenhouse staging for any kind of space
Whether you’re a keen gardener or you’re just starting out, you might be thinking of building the perfect staging for your greenhouse. Shelves, benches and tables for greenhouses can sometimes be hard to source, especially when you are working with awkward or small spaces. If this is the case, then going bespoke will probably be the only option.
In this article, we show you how Steve from Warwick built his own greenhouse multi-tiered units using Kee Klamp, tube and scaffolding planks.
Why Kee Klamp for a greenhouse?
- It’s resistant to rust and damp
- Its industrial strength means that it will hold very big weights
- It’s modular, easy to put together and dismantle
- Can be used in just about any configuration
- It’s made of galvanised steel, a no-fuss material that is easy to maintain and clean should you need to.
Greenhouse shelving to suit any space
Steve used size 6 Kee Klamp fittings and tube to build a multi-tiered unit for his small greenhouse in Warwick. He needed to maximise all the space he had available.
Steve used M50 fittings to support the shelves; using these will give your structure a recessed look.
Fittings you can use
Here is what Steve had to say about his project:
Where to start
Start by measuring the space you’ve got available and come up with a suitable structure. Once you’ve got a sketch of the structure (together with the dimensions) you can either start putting together a list of the fittings and tube you require or you can send the sketch to us for a quote.
You will find that working with Kee Klamp is super easy - all you need to put the system together is an Allen key! You don’t need any welding or specialist tools to work with the system.
Can Kee Klamp be used outdoors?
Yes! Galvanised steel fittings and tube are perfect for building any kind of structure for your garden: tables, benches, awnings and more. Just look at these examples: