Steel Horticultural Buildings
Horticultural Kit Buildings for sale from Kit Buildings Direct
We know that horticultural buildings may require a large floor space to allow for vehicle manoeuvrability or may require specific cooling systems and machinery to be fitted. That is why our team of experts work with landowners from concept and design through to delivery to ensure that you get the most out of your new horticultural buildings.
Whether you’re seeking a dedicated storage solution for fresh produce such as fruit, vegetables or flowers, or are looking to host a workforce for packing and distribution; we know how to meet your needs! Our steel horticultural buildings are manufactured and completed by us – from design to construction.
All of our steelwork is manufactured in our Derby workshop to CE marked standards, and we will consult with you during the design stage to discuss the depth of side panels you require and whether an insulated composite roof would best meet your needs. We provide box profile metal sheeting for side panels at a depth of 0.5mmth or 0.7mmth.
Once your horticultural kit buildings design has been completed and you are completely happy, our expert team of installers will on hand to start the build. They have the skills and experience required to ensure your new steel building is erected with minimal fuss.
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What Makes a Good Horticultural Building?
A good horticultural building should be made from high quality, adequately coated steel that resists rust and prevents water ingress. The building will also have enough space for you to install ventilation systems and coolers where necessary. Finally, you should ensure there is excess floor space, so you can store large quantities of produce and manoeuvre vehicles inside.
What Can Horticultural Buildings be Used For?
Horticultural buildings can be used to fill a variety of needs. Including, but not limited to: crop storage, packing and distribution workspaces and vehicle storage. By adding or removing components like doors and ventilation systems, your horticultural building can be used for whatever you want.
How do you Safely Store Crops in a Horticultural Building?
To safely store crops in a horticultural building, you should ensure there’s a continuous source of ventilation. Lack of air circulation in a building encourages stagnation and moulding of your perishable products. Similarly, excess light and heat can cause your crops to rot. So you should ensure your horticultural building is dark and near freezing at all times, and at 65-70% relative humidity.