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Posted 03 May 2012 - 21:52 PM
sorry for replying so late. its a 6x6 greenhouse I have drilled holes into the slabs and used pegs supllied with the greenhouse and anchored it in and I have used camping anchors aswell. @ada do you mean drill the base and the slabs and screw them both togther ? and is there anything I can do to reduced the swaying ?
Are the pegs secured tightly in the holes. If you can pull them out by hand with a mole grip or similar then they are not going to hold the frame down in a strong wind. you should use bolts or thick screws so they cannot be pulled out.
Posted 03 May 2012 - 22:37 PM
Posted 04 May 2012 - 16:40 PM
There should be some type of bracing with the greenhouse,i.e an aluminium section that bolts to the perpendicular support ribs at about 60 degrees.
Sometimes it only comes as an aluminium "triangle" that bolts into the top or bottom corners to help stabalise the greenhouse.