Five Star Polytunnels

Based in Wales and with UK wide coverage, Five Star Polytunnels manufacture high quality polytunnels in kit form, together with all the polytunnel accessories you need, including polythene items, and supply the products direct to your door.

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Free Five Star Undercover Recipe book when you contact us

Every polytunnel is produced to your requirements. We can help sort out your enquiry. You enjoy easy, efficient, friendly, helpful service at every step; and we ensure you buy a polytunnel which is: -

Our customers include gardeners, allotment holders, horticulture enthusiasts and specialists, small holders, farmers, nursery growers and many more.

You will enjoy receiving, assembling and then working undercover in your Five Star Polytunnel for  many years, be it  for 

CROPS - vegetables, flowers, fruit;

LIVESTOCK - sheep, cattle, goats, poultry;

LEISURE -   steam engines, yachts, high sided vehicles;

STORAGE - logs, machinery, garden equipment 

Install your foundation-  the ground tubes, for the polytunnel, join sections of hoops and assemble, then diagonal braces
Dig a trench for the polythene, or here bolt your ground tubes to the Timber Base Rail using fixings supplied
Assemble  Ridge Tube below hoops, Crop Bar sets across width, and apply Anti Hot Spot tape
Unravel your polytunnel polythene, measure and cut off two metres for your  doors
Pull the polythene cover over your polytunnel structure, one person each end, the tape helps the film to slide
Drape the polythene evenly over the polytunnel structure, check the lengths and widths
Trap the polythene using a trench, or here to Timber Base rail, take your time as the polytunnel taking shape
Finally fix your polythene to sides of Door Frame timber, polytunnel nearly finished
The inside structure of the polytunnel with the polythene tightly fitted
Your polytunnel cladded with the polythene, standard doors to be assembled each end
Your choice of Shade Vent Netting one end,  polythene the other end of your polytunnel
The third week in May, your polytunnel could look like this, having planted Mid March