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The Victorians grasped the value of installing a greenhouse against a wall. The wall serves as a heat sink absorbing the warmth during the day and releasing it over the cooler evening to help keep the temperature constant.

They can also be recognized as sunrooms when they are built against a household property and can be utilized for gardening. Most of the lean-to greenhouses are built on a solid brick or firm stem wall. It is perfect for people who want to stay near their garden. Nowadays, it can be an affordable living and growing space. A lean-to greenhouse presents the best of both worlds. It can be customized and appear to be part of the original house plan.

Benefits of lean-to greenhouses

  • Make great use of an area because the other wall is not glass or polycarbonate
  • Maintain heat better than freestanding greenhouses because one wall is against another structure
  • Inexpensive extra space for gardening, storage, or extending the living area
  • They attach a fine architectural piece to your home
  • Perfect for small spaces
  • Quick access to electricity and water
  • Reliable home greenhouses that will withstand the test of time
  • Extra high sidewalls ideal for tall plants and shelving
  • They are remarkably strong and wind resistant
  • Allowing plant growth throughout the winter months
  • No need to bother about the outcome of sudden temperature fluctuations on your plants
  • Fairly economical when compared to some larger home improvements
  • The ability to add a door for direct access from your house
  • It is a natural way of saving heating expenses: The joined wall functions as a sponge, soaking up the warmth from the sun, and continuously releasing it throughout the day and night
  • Lessens the exposure to garden pests
  • Provides wind resistance