naw want to turn it into a hoop house or real greenhouse..Whats your plans, just summer things, shut down/no plant in it for the winter?
Just keep in mind some of the greenhouse heat comes from the earth/ground so in really cold area's it can keep the inside the greenhouse above freezing even without heat most of the time. Above ground---on a trailer you do not have the earth's/ground heat plus really cold air will be under the floor so it want work good in cold area's---freeze quick.naw want to turn it into a hoop house or real greenhouse..
If the AHs(excuse moi French cursing >LOL) that post on CL and not answer their emails not list a real phone number or remove ads when items sell....
course I never use emails for CL I do the landline only phone number....no texting either. serious callers only is my motto
Meant to says lots of big POTS
I get the same Mag too, have had one thing I built in their book 3 times----on the front cover of two of their editions---one was The Best Of Farm Show for that year. I seen a man with a trailer set-up greenhouse in one of the books too and all I can say is you can build anything and it might look like a great idea, but not work good at all----then a lot do good. Personal experience showed me a above ground greenhouse does not preform good without "extra heat" in the Cold winter. Good Luckyeah, I understand but there is always piled up straw>>>>.
I get" FarmShow Magazine.". bunch of ideas there plus a "walapini " seen plans for..
well anyway still Looking for that alum trailer
"You tube "shows a neat fiberlass root cellar prob Swedish