Rimol Greenhouse Systems

9 products found


  • Matterhorn - Gutter Connected Greenhouse

    Matterhorn - Gutter Connected Greenhouse

    The Matterhorn stands alone as the most attractive and rugged traditional style gutter connected greenhouse. Our Matterhorn greenhouse was inspired by the most majestic peak in the Swiss Alps, which draws intrepid climbers who risk their lives each summer scaling its rugged terrain and ridges. The Matterhorn greenhouse is a high-quality, strong and attractive structure ideally suited for garden centers, growers and schools in any climate in North...

  • Catamount - Coldframe Greenhouse

    Catamount - Coldframe Greenhouse

    The Catamount Coldframe greenhouse is rugged and easy to install. Simply slip the one piece bow into the ground posts, add your purlin(s) and you are ready to go. These coldframes can withstand heavier snow loads as a result of the purlin being connected to the bow using a cross connector system, as opposed to drilling and bolting a purlin to the bow. The Catamount Coldframes are available in 15’ widths. You can also order extended ground posts...

  • NorEaster - Free-Standing Greenhouse

    NorEaster - Free-Standing Greenhouse

    The Nor’Easter greenhouse series is the strongest free-standing greenhouse available. The Northeast United States is known for experiencing harsh and unpredictable weather conditions, and as the name suggests, the Nor’Easter greenhouse series will protect your crops through some of the most dangerous weather. The Nor’Easter can be counted on to be dependable when you need it most, and is constructed with a unique truss support system...

  • Model Northpoint Series - Freestanding Greenhouses

    Model Northpoint Series - Freestanding Greenhouses

    The Northpoint Series is the ultimate in freestanding greenhouses. The Northpoint was developed as one of the original Rimol Greenhouses, designed for multi-functional use as both a growing and retail house. The Northpoint has exceptional versatility, and can also withstand harsh snow and wind loads seen in all areas of the country.

  • Hydroponic Systems

    Hydroponic Systems

    Hydroponics is growing a plant without soil, usually in an inert substance such as rockwool or perlite to hold the roots for water and nutrient absorption. Hydroponics dates back several hundred years, as there is evidence that ancient civilizations grew plants in water. Nutrients are vital to the success of growing. There are sixteen essential elements that a plant needs to grow, and the right balance of these nutrients must be maintained for each...

  • High Tunnels Greenhouse

    High Tunnels Greenhouse

    High Tunnels are an increasingly popular trend for growers and a proven technology for crop production. The term “high tunnel” is a loosely defined phrase for growing fruits and vegetables in greenhouses, although some high tunnels are used for cut flower production. The difference between a High Tunnel and a regular free-standing greenhouse is that high tunnels use Eastpoint, Northpoint and Nor Easter frames, with longer ground...

  • Rolling Thunder

    Rolling Thunder

    In a growing consumer market, organic foods are becoming more readily available. Organic production implies growing in a pure and chemical-free environment. However, organically grown also includes those products that are “fresh” and/or “locally grown.” Today, organic foods may be found in grocery stores, health food stores, farm stands or CSA’s. Recognition of the benefits of eating organically is gaining momentum...

  • Educational Greenhouses

    Educational Greenhouses

    Schools, correctional institutions and homeowners have all discovered the value of greenhouses for education and therapy. These are strong, long-lasting structures with a durable, 20-year polycarbonate cover. Polycarbonate is fire-resistant and the galvanized steel structure is fireproof, making your structure virtually indestructible. Our experienced representatives can show you how others have discovered the value of these greenhouses.

  • Shade Structures

    Shade Structures

    These multi-purpose structures are easy to assemble, and offer several options of shade cloth color and density. Shade structures can protect and relieve stress on plants and reduce watering needs. Everything you need is factored into the price, including the framework, hardware and shade cloth.