Greenhouse climate control.

A group of my friends were over for a barbecue a couple of weeks ago and we were discussing the fact that so many of the foods that we buy in the store have added chemicals and preservatives.

We were also discussing the overall cost of purchasing things that are organic compared to those that are grown on farms that use pesticides. After that discussion I decided that I really wanted to research growing some of my own fruits and vegetables so that I would know what went into them. After doing some research I realize that the only true way to know what was in not only the soil but on the plants themselves was to build a greenhouse of my own. This would also allow me to row items you’re around as long as I had the proper Heating and Cooling installed along with humidity control. After deciding on design in the location for the greenhouse I contacted the various people I would need to build it including the contractor, plumber, and HVAC technician. A greenhouse is a very delicate ecosystem all in itself and it needs proper lighting, water, ventilation, and temperature control in order for your plants to thrive. All it would take is one day of extremely hot temperatures or below freezing temperatures and all of my hard work would be ruined. The HVAC technician came out and discussed all of the features that I would need and said that they could install a system that was perfect within just a few days following the main construction. He even offered to give me the name of a person who installed solar panels which could be used to operate much of the system, therefore saving me money on add an energy cost too. I knew it was going to be a hefty expense of front but I figured that my health and well-being were worth every penny and I would have fresh fruits and vegetables year-round for my efforts.

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