Your plants will say thank you

Dome4life are experts in manufacturing outstanding geodesic domes, and the geodesic dome greenhouse is no different- it has been perfected to increase your greenhouse yield. With every detail considered, from support structures to the roof, this geo- dome pops out qualities that will instantly provide the ideal environment to grow your vegetables, flowers, and fruits too. We’ve designed the geodesic dome greenhouse to withstand wind, inclement weather, and other biological pests.

  • High strength galvanized steel pipes for frames
  • Roof is made of double PVC-coated polyester
  • Adjustable roof- translucent or transparent to meet your requirements.

Low cost

It is cheap. And it packs so much value, that’s why we think obtaining this greenhouse is a steal.

The design means that less support material is required to maintain its integrity compared to the conventional greenhouse that needs comprehensive support system.

Efficient heating

Here is the thing:

This geodesic dome regulates heat well for the following reasons:

  • It transmits hot air out well via seams and covering materials (through the process of conduction)
  • Its surface area is small meaning less exposure to cold in the winter and heat in the summer.
  • Absence of dead spaces to trap heat or cold.
  • Deflects winds that contribute to heat loss smoothly across its surface
  • The concave shape of the interior makes it easier for air to circulate the dome effortlessly.

It means air-conditioning and heating systems are seldom required. It is an additional opportunity to save more.

Multiple light-catching angles

Geodesic dome greenhouse is unique.

Its ability to catch light is just another area it bosses the traditional greenhouses and one more reason it will increase your yield.

The ability to catch light is due to the polyhedron panels across its surface because there are more angles and surface through which light can pass through into the dome.

Due to its unique shape, it can retain light longer than conventional greenhouses, thus maximizing solar gain during winter leading to reduced demand for artificial lighting.