This Sawtooth Harford Greenhouse is located in South Canterbury, and is one of only two Sawtooth structures in the South Island. It is 42m long, has three bays of 7.5m wide, a post height of 3m, and venting by way of a 1.6m roll-up wall at the top. It uses a single skin. The greenhouse is used mainly for lettuce production.
We recovered the three roofs and both ends.