A Working Greenhouse in Auburn, ME
Sunspace Design is a flexible design-build firm capable of handling glass construction projects of virtually any size or scope for both residential and commercial purposes. Today we’re taking a closer look at the construction process leading to the grand opening of a gorgeous commercial, aluminum-framed greenhouse engineered and built for clients in Auburn, ME. The large working greenhouse space received high-performance insulated glass panes along the walls and polycarbonate panels in the roof. Ventilation systems were installed to ensure excellent thermal performance, and color details were chosen to match a corresponding garden center. View the build journal photo journey below to see our process first-hand.
The foundation for the new aluminum greenhouse construction is in place.
Aluminum rafters and posts are now being assembled.
The aluminum greenhouse frame is now ready to receive high quality insulated glass.
The Sunspace team has installed insulated glass panes along the greenhouse’s walls.
The wall glass and roof vents are in place.
Polycarbonate roof panels are now fitted and installed in the roof.
An interior view of the greenhouse showing the structural collar ties.
Commercial doors are installed and painted with a custom red finish.
A view of the completed greenhouse exterior.
Green trim, yellow vertical trims, and red doors match the Garden Center’s colors.
A view of the stunning completed greenhouse interior!
The space is filled with plants and is now ready for the grand opening.
Aluminum-framed glass design has come a long way since its inception, and we’re proud to offer our clients a wide range of fully custom aluminum products that match the elegance, function, and form of our wood-framed enclosures and skylights. Reach out to us if you’d like to learn more about how Sunspace Design can leverage the advantages of aluminum-framed glass construction for your project. Head over to our contact form, submit your details, and a representative will reach out to you shortly.