Save hundreds on your fuel bill while improving efficiency
As energy prices continue to increase, many greenhouse owners are looking for alternative ways to heat their greenhouses for a lower cost. By making just a few changes in your greenhouse system, you can save hundreds on your fuel bill while improving the efficiency of your growing environment.
At Rimol Greenhouse Systems, we are experts in greenhouse structures and systems, and we can help you save on your fuel costs. Call (877) 746-6544 to schedule an appointment and let us help you survive the winter.
Upgrade your environmental controls
Even if you are small grower, you can upgrade your environmental controls very easily and inexpensively. With environmental controls, you can optimize your fuel use through more accurate temperature readings and the ability to set day and night temperatures. There are many different systems available, so you do not need to be a computer genius to operate your environmental controls.
Use IR greenhouse film
Using IR (infrared) greenhouse film on the inner layer will help keep heat inside the greenhouse, and the energy savings will quickly pay back the added cost of the film. The film also contains an anti-condensate additive that will improve drip control.
Insulate with an energy curtain
There are ways to add energy curtains to all types of greenhouses to prevent heat loss. In just two years, you will be able to pay off your investment with the savings from your fuel bill.
Install a Delta T heating system
Delta T has a wide array of hot water heating products that can reduce heating costs and help you grow a better plant. Put the heat where it belongs with a Delta T heating system.
Use more fuel efficient unit heaters
Today, gas heaters have improved tremendously over what they used to be. There are power-vented gas unit heaters and separated combustion heaters that can perform much more efficiently than older gas heaters.
Install Wire Lock and inflate your poly
A well-sealed greenhouse with proper inflation between layers of poly can reduce drafts and increase insulation, lowering your energy bill. Check your blowers and wire lock to see how they are performing.
Install polycarbonate end walls
Adding polycarbonate to end walls will improve insulation at the ends of the greenhouse. Polycarbonate ends are more efficient than wood or poly ends and require no maintenance.
Use HAF fans
Horizontal air circulation disperses heat more evenly throughout the greenhouse while also improving the growing environment.
Get an energy rebate
Go online and see what programs your state has to offer for energy efficiency.