SolaWrap Covering | Product Review

solawrap coveringIt looks like bubble wrap… I get that reply all the time. In this post, I share information about SolaWrap Covering.  This is the product that covers my 20′ geodesic biodome that we built from scratch in October 2015.

The Geodesic Bio-Dome in Ohio

Each season in the greenhouse/dome is magical.  The Solawrap covering to a greenhouse is super important.  Solawrap makes the magic happen in my year-round home garden. Check out my fun video series that take place in the 20′ Geodesic Bio-Dome.  Below is a video after leaving the dome for 2 weeks!!!!

More about geodesic biodome gardening on my website.

The Solawrap Covering

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Below are some of the important factors to consider before purchasing a covering for any home greenhouse.  The stats featured are what Solawrap can offer you.

  • 10 Year Warranty Against UV Degradation
  • R-Value: 1.72
  • Snow Load Capacity: 120 lb/sq ft
  • Wind Load Capacity: 100 mph winds
  • Transparency: 83% – helping your plant grow faster!
  • Diffusion: Up to 83% – plants flourish under diffused light.

Why Solawrap Covering

Only SolaWrap provides high light transmission, high light diffusion, and high insulation according to their website stats.  I have seen the product in my own home garden and agree!  This product makes it easy for ANYONE to grow or just enjoy nature year-round.

There are many ingredients to create the perfect year-round growing space.  Be sure to check out more about the geodesic bio dome garden adventures on my website to learn more.  Reach out to me on my contact page with more questions.

water in the dome
Temperature 3 hours after sunset.

Let’s Connect

Are you interested in the sole wrap or growing year-round like I do in Ohio? The best way to connect with me is on my contact page featured on my website.

Happy Year-round gardening,

 

 

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