How to Build a Simple, Sturdy Greenhouse from 2×4's | Modern Builds | EP. 58

How to Build a Simple, Sturdy Greenhouse from 2×4's | Modern Builds | EP. 58

This project was a whole lot of fun and a big learning experience for me. I think it came out great, especially for a first construction-based project. The main cost incurred with this project is buying the lear corrugated paneling. A cheaper option would be to build the from the same way, but a clear plastic greenhouse “wrap”. It won’t last as long but will save you a lot of money.

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Ray Brightwell says:

You're a good carpenter, great idea on the roof! Excellent!

Juan Esteban Ocampo says:

Ryan has the best materials out there on the market [ Check Details Here=> ]. I was stuck while building my first wood shed, so frustrated I have to abandon that project. I'm glad to have come in contact with Ryan's building plan. It's amazing.

U.P. dan says:

Easy to tie down. Just dig some holes inside, use 2 x4 and put into the holes against the inside frame , screw against frame and fill holes with concrete. Did that with my own greenhouse and never had any problems.

stacy mirba says:

Curious why you choose to go with the white trim around the bottom and not extend the clear to the ground?

James Richardson says:

Best DIY Greenhouse build I have seen on You Tube. The web site does not have the plans listed. Maybe the video was too long ago? Is there another place to go for the plans?

StoleUR Food says:

Looks like the shelving could cause some shading problems ? Possibly use your clear panels as shelves or a clear plexiglass to let through more light ?

Anthony Archer says:

No longer able to follow the link to see the plans for the build. Can you submit another link?

Vickie Buchanan says:

Is there any way I can get the size of the wood you used or the plans on how you cut an assembled the green house

Tully Soulliere says:

Your a rockstar ….BRAV0!!!! I will have one eventually(O:

Bernice Hall says:

Awesome thanks

Smith Playz15 says:

What r the materials u need to build this (like the roofing?)

Mary Landsmann says:

That was fun watching. Really enjoyed it

Elin Winblad says:

lol Id never be able to reach that top shelf . Great design though!

Beau Beaumont says:

Why did you put white on the bottom?

AK DP says:

Thanks. Where to uy these single layer sheets. I searched internet for "polycarbonate " sheets, all i m getting, are multilayered with gaps sheets.

Mha Ric says:

He made it looks so easy but not in reality. I wish my husband is as talented as him!

Sweet Mystica says:

How much did everything cost to build this?

C Oliver says:

Awesome, all i need is $4000 worth of tools, $800 worth of materials, a $25000 bobcat and a $15000 indoor space to build it.
Give me a week and I should have it all together……..

KF S says:

Can I borrow your Dad?

Leslie Mowers says:

I can't find the instructions on Ryobi Nation 🙁 I would love to build something like this, just downsized.

Charlie Chang says:

Untreated or treated wood?

B rad says:

Great job man!!!

Random Jasmine says:

This gives me ideas for my mom’s garden.

Green Lady says:

Loved! 💚💚💚

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