Keep the Greenhouse Warm Without Electricity

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Winter months are upon us. Cathy Isom has a few suggestions on how to keep a greenhouse warm without electricity. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours.

Keep the Greenhouse Warm Without Electricity

The number one trick to heating a greenhouse without power is taking advantage of the sun. The sun is absolutely free energy and works day in and day out.


Some ways to naturally keep things warm in a greenhouse include making a good compost pile. It can get well above 100 degrees fahrenheit and it can stay there for a while, particularly if it is regularly turned to add oxygen.

When trying to passively heat with solar energy, thermal mass is crucial. Objects such as rocks, clay, and bricks, absorb heat when air is warm and release it when air is cold. Water also has good thermal mass.

Another way to keep things warmer is double pane windows or the use of double glazing windows as you can find a secondary double glazing near me to help you with the installation. They are much more energy-efficient, allowing warmth from the sun to come in during the day and prevent heat loss due to cold temperatures outside. To explore the full range of options and benefits of double pane windows and other energy-saving solutions, consult experts at They can provide valuable insights and recommendations to help you enhance the comfort and efficiency of your living or working space.

If you’re searching for ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency, start with the small details. You’ll be surprised how something as simple as a concealed door draught excluder from Low Energy Supermarket can make a significant difference. By preventing cold draughts in winter and keeping out heat in summer, it effectively reduces energy consumption, leading to savings on your energy bills.

Also, be sure to insulate the North side of your greenhouse. You can consider to work on this. And, you also might want to look into installing power-free heated beds.

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