Powder Coating Fees and Considerations

Powder-coating can be an attractive option for your greenhouse, but there are a few things you should know about before you make a decision.  If you are planning to do your own installation, having a greenhouse powder-coated can complicate matters somewhat.

When a greenhouse comes out of the box from the Halls factory, the parts are neatly bundled for each step in the installation process and the individual pieces are marked with a part number.   After powder coating the pieces will no longer be separated into bundles and the parts numbers, in most cases, will have been covered and no longer legible.

It is not that difficult to figure out which part goes where, but it will involve getting intimately acquainted with the parts list at the beginning of the manual.  The parts list has the length, in millimeters, of each component and a small drawing of what the part looks like in profile (when you are looking at it from the end).  By measuring the pieces, as well as checking their profiles, you will be able to figure out where each piece goes.  It is safe to say that it will add perhaps an extra day to the process, compared to a greenhouse that has not been powder-coated.

One word of caution about powder-coating:  it is not a good choice for seaside properties, as wind-born salt can corrode the finish within a few years.  If you are near the ocean, the greenhouse would need to be situated on the leeward side of the house, out of prevailing winds.

Powder Coating Fees 2017

All fees listed below are subject to applicable taxes

Magnum 108 $625.00
Magnum 128 $675.00
Magnum 148 $725.00
Popular 46 $400.00
Popular 86 $475.00
Popular 106 $525.00
Silverline 86 $450.00
Silverline 106 $500.00
Silverline 126 $525.00
Silverline 108 $525.00
Silverline Conservatory $1050.00
Supreme 46 $400.00
Supreme 86 $475.00
Supreme 108 $600.00
Supreme 128 $650.00
Supreme 148 $700.00
Wall Garden 42 $275.00
Wall Garden 62 $300.00

Powder Coating Fees and Considerations

Powder-coating can be an attractive option for your greenhouse, but there are a few things you should know about before you make a decision.  If you are planning to do your own installation, having a greenhouse powder-coated can complicate matters somewhat.

When a greenhouse comes out of the box from the Halls factory, the parts are neatly bundled for each step in the installation process and the individual pieces are marked with a part number.   After powder coating the pieces will no longer be separated into bundles and the parts numbers, in most cases, will have been covered and no longer legible.

It is not that difficult to figure out which part goes where, but it will involve getting intimately acquainted with the parts list at the beginning of the manual.  The parts list has the length, in millimeters, of each component and a small drawing of what the part looks like in profile (when you are looking at it from the end).  By measuring the pieces, as well as checking their profiles, you will be able to figure out where each piece goes.  It is safe to say that it will add perhaps an extra day to the process, compared to a greenhouse that has not been powder-coated.

One word of caution about powder-coating:  it is not a good choice for seaside properties, as wind-born salt can corrode the finish within a few years.  If you are near the ocean, the greenhouse would need to be situated on the leeward side of the house, out of prevailing winds.

Powder Coating Fees 2017

All fees listed below are subject to applicable taxes

Magnum 108 $625.00
Magnum 128 $675.00
Magnum 148 $725.00
Popular 46 $400.00
Popular 86 $475.00
Popular 106 $525.00
Silverline 86 $450.00
Silverline 106 $500.00
Silverline 126 $525.00
Silverline 108 $525.00
Silverline Conservatory $1050.00
Supreme 46 $400.00
Supreme 86 $475.00
Supreme 108 $600.00
Supreme 128 $650.00
Supreme 148 $700.00
Wall Garden 42 $275.00
Wall Garden 62 $300.00