We have learned over the years that soft fruits can be grown equally well in glass and polymer film greenhouses, whereas fruits and vegetables such as cucumbers, tomatoes or bell peppers are better grown in glass greenhouses. In other words, if a grower is to be able to get a great crop yield, he must make a well-informed decision as to what materials and type of greenhouse to use. Which is to say: the type of greenhouse used must not only be right for the geographic and climatological challenges to be met, but must also be appropriate for the type of crop to be grown and the manner in which it is to be grown (organically, with or without fresh air, etc.). To help you get the best possible crop yields, we combine individual elements such as aluminum roofing materials, ventilation technology and cultivation gutters. In designing and performing the calculations for the greenhouse roof to be constructed, we take into account the requirements for the cultivation of particular crops, as well as the crop loads.