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10' x 4' garden cold frame

10' x 4' garden cold frame
was £393.00
Now £313.00

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Product Description

10' long x 4' wide garden Cold Frame with 3mm toughened safety glass. ***SALE PRICE - CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY OTHER OFFER***

Cold Frame Guide

Designed to stand directly on the soil or on a raised base. Safety Glass side and top panels slide for easy access. Aluminium structure with 25 year framework guarantee. For more information read our blog Video Guide.

Length: 10' (3.03m) Height: 2' 8" (0.82m) Depth: 4' 0" (1.21m)

FREE standard delivery.

Cold Frame Accessories

Options include: shelf sets - takes up to 4 shelf sets; automatic or manual louvre vents; shade covers and Cold Frame mist watering. For soil based crops a wooden raised base is also available.

Shown with optional wooden raised bed

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Customer Reviews

Whilst I have generally been happy with the Access Cold frame it has not been very resilient when exposed to the wind and in particular. The side bolts have worked loose and in some cases become detached. I have had to apply Loctite glue to the screw threads to stop this happening. The screw could possibly be larger and no mention was mentioned in the instructions as far as I remember about them working loose and if they did a remedy? Following the first theme I think it would have been a good idea to provide some cross members for the middle of the frame to make it more stable. Because the frame moved so did the side and end glass on at least one occasion panes of glass became detached completely. Editors note: We have revised the instructions to emphasis the importance of fully tightening the stainless steel bolts to prevent them working loose.
For what I use your frames for, mainly growing exhibition Daffodils, I would mark 9 out of 10. I will say that the first one I bought with the 2 tier raised bed is starting to rot in one corner, so repairs will be required. This coming season I shall be growing exhibition potatoes in one frame and big onions in the other once the Daffs are lifted. Everyone is taken up with the frames but whether or not you have had any orders through it I would'nt know. Anyway, I am more than pleased with them. Editors note: the timber is pressure treated, however it is important to treat the cut ends with preservative before assembling.
All I can say is that the cold frame is spectacular! It was reasonably easy to assemble, and the paper instructions and the on-line films were all very helpful in getting the frame erected and working. It is very robust and has withstood some foul weather in the past few months, and the great thing is that the plants seem to be generally thriving within its cover. I have it absolutely stuffed with pots now (and indeed I still have many pots outside that are clamouring to have their own cold frame, so we may have to save our pennies for another one) Am very happy with both ordering and delivery. I certainly can’t fault the service you provided
I bought the 10 x 4 coldframe in 2011 and since then have had a fantastic crop of melons grown in it. After preparing the soil with rotted manure and feriliser I cover one of my raised beds in the good quality black weed membrane and then place the frame on top of this. I then plant the melons seedlings in the frame in mid-May through a small cross shaped cut in the membrane. I can easily accomodate 10 melon plants into the frame and allow them to ramble through the sliding glass sides outside the frame slightly in high summer. I have grown different varieties such as 'Amber Nectar', 'Collective Farm Woman' and 'Petit Gris de Rennes'. Considering I live just to the north east of Manchester in the foothills of the Pennines this is quite an achievement and only made possible by using the Access Cold Frame. I have not had a single pane of broken glass in the recent storms, where as one of my greenhouses lost 4 panes and the storm ripped the cover off my polytunnel. The Access cold frame stood up to whatever the storms threw at it. I would highly recommend these cold frames to anyone wanting to grow warm climate fruit and vegetable crops in the UK.
I bought the 10 x 4 cold frame after seeing it at the Harrogate Show. It was easy to assemble and the finished article looks great. Highly recommended.
My first time using cold frames and I have to say it was the assmbly was a piece of cake. I now have a very smart looking cold frame and it is already in use apart from the robins have a new roost. I will certainly use Access again
I had been thinking of Access frames for many years and this year (2012) I went ahead (ordered 10' cold frame and Base). I found ordering was straightforward, the order arrived when Access said it would. The workmanship is of a high professional standard - clear instructions, and straightforward to put together. Visitors comment that the frame 'is a professional job'. In my opinion a confirmation of what British workmanship can and should be. Am so pleased that I have ordered more - why go elsewhere, and why wait?!

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