Our Gothic arch greenhouses were originally built as a low-overhead item to allow us to keep building through the winter. Frames could be made without plastic and stored outside. After a conversation with a shed retailer in Vermont, we changed some things, and it really improved the look of the buildings. This combination of aesthetics and function helped us to quickly gain traction, selling more and more every year. I currently work with wholesalers along the East Cost and am always looking to expand sales.


Sizes: 8’x12′ and 8’x20′

Siding options: Dutch cove, board and batten, cedar shakes

Stain: Semi-transparent or solid color with customer’s choice of trim color

Plastic: Nanolux

Hinges/Hardware: Apple Outdoor Supply, purchased from a local business 

Shakes: Sourced locally from an old farmer’s shingle shop in Brasher Falls, New York. 

Lumber: The owner has a cable skidder and Wood-Mizer sawmill, so he sources all lumber himself from a local woodlot.