A hoop house is just another word for greenhouse and it is generally a way of extending the growing season. Allowing the seed to germinate and thrive beyond the normal season for agriculture.
In this guide, there are 20 DIY Hoop House plans you can use to design your hoop house. Go through our list and choose your favorite plan.
1. DIY Hoop House
The first thing here is to determine the dimension of the hoop house you're building. Then gather the necessary materials. Here are some of the materials: PVC pipe, rebar, PVC T-fittings, plastic greenhouse liner, zip ties, PVC saw, measuring tape, wooden planks, cement blocks, and woods.
2. Cold Frame Hoop House DIY
The basic concept of a hoop house, greenhouse, or cold frame is to trap heat from the sun to warm the soil in the bed. This particular hoop house has a wooden foundation and it is covered by a thick and heavy plastic sheet.
3. Simple Hoop House For Raised Beds
This hoop house is made from diameter dowels, corner brackets, garden irrigation hose, clear plastic sheet, miter saw (makes the cutting faster), drill, Philip head screwdriver, and knife. The base of the hoop house is made from lumber. Then, the irrigation hose is attached to it with a dowel anchor. Cut the plastic sheet to cover the irrigation hose and you're good to go.
4. How To Build A Garden Box Hoop House
Do you have a plastic pipe cutter? That is the best tool to cut PVC pipes. Another thing that makes this PVC hoop house fantastic is the large Christmas tree light. You need to appropriately attach the corner fittings and center fitting to the PVC pipes.
5. DIY Inexpensive Hoop House
Do you need a low-cost solution to warm up your soil during winter? Check out these video tutorials on how to build an inexpensive hoop house.
The instructor started by describing the structure of the hoop house which is the same as a bean tunnel. Then he talked about the greenhouse plastic sheet that will cover the bean tunnel. You need to be careful when picking out the plastic sheet because any plastic sheets which are not rated for greenhouses might not be okay.
6. Simple DIY Hoop House
If you already have your raised bed but you need a hoop house over it to make it warm during winter. This video tutorial is best for you. The panel PVC used is ½" thick and the length will determine the height of your hoop house. So you should cut the panel PVC to your desired length before bending it for the hoop house.
Get one vertical panel that will serve as support for the hoop house and tie it to the panel PVC using wires. You can use zip ties as well.
7. DIY Cattle Panel Hoop House
You can hook the cattle fence panel to the wooden base with small nails. The base is made with long rails from 2 2×4s and small braces to attach them. Set up the two rails at a preferred distance apart and curve the cattle fence panel over them. Cover the cattle fence panel with a plastic sheet and you're good to go.
8. DIY Hoop House Plans
This 10×10 ft hoop house was made for about a hundred and fifty dollars. The materials and tools required include conduit holder, 10" PVC, PVC coupler, galvanized screws, 2×4×6, 2×4×8, 2×6×10, screen door kit, and plastic clamps.
9. How To Build A Hoop House
A simple way to extend your growing season with little cost of production. The easiest method to build a hoop house is to install metal stakes into the ground and prepare PVC pipes to form an arch over the plant.
10. DIY Hoop House Plans
It is very good to be specific about what you want and how you want it before embarking on building a hoop house. Consider all your desires, the location, and size first, then you can proceed.
Then, start by building the ground frame which will hold the bed. Then install one PVC pipe at each corner of the frame. Prepare and install the hoops arch. Note that: the arch will determine the width of your hoop house.
11. How To Build A Hoop House Greenhouse For $50
Building a hoop house is fairly inexpensive but this depends on the dimension of the hoop house. This hoop house is 165 square feet. That's quite wide. However, there is a way you can build a hoop house this wide at a very cheap cost.
12. DIY Hoop House
Another purpose of a hoop house aside from extending the growing year, it can also be used as a trellis for tomatoes, melon, and cucumbers. The dimension of the hoop house you want to build is very important; this will allow you to choose the length of cattle fencing panels that is required.
For the bed, it is not necessarily that you use rebar. You can use other options such as wooden stakes, but rebar is the cheapest.
13. DIY PVC Hoop House
This is made from PVC tubing, PVC X crosses, PVC T's, pressure-treated 2×4×10", pressure tread, 2×6×10", 4sq feet plywood, deck screws, ball hinges, clear plastic sheetings, and roll of heavy-duty galvanized square fencing for shelves. The steps are very simple and straightforward.
14. 24ft Wide DIY Hoop House
This is quite wide! And I love it. It will accommodate as many plants as possible. It is 24ft wide by 14ft tall. It is made majorly from PVC pipes.
First, endure and mark the PVC pipes for cutting. Gather all the PVC T's and can't the inside with purple primer and PVC cement before attaching them to the pipes. After this assemble the pipes to erect the structure and cover it with plastic sheeting.
The total cost of this project is $1500. Though it is very expensive, it is not very expensive considering how large the hoop house is.
15. How To Build A Basic Hoop House
Do you want to keep growing your child even after the growing season has elapsed? Then you need to know how to build a basic hoop house. In this video, you will learn every detail needed to erect a hoop house.
16. Hoop House DIY
If the growing season in your area is very short, you need an alternative way to keep growing your crops after the season.
The instructor in this video explains the detailed steps you need to take to have your own hoop house. It is very simple and straightforward. Watch the video and learn more.
17. DIY Tomato Hoop House
The cost of every material used for this amazing hoop house is $100. The hoop house is extraordinary because all the materials used are UV resistance, rust resistance, and weather resistance I.e it can be used for as many years as possible. The process of making it is very simple and straightforward. And it is not very expensive as you can see.
18. Low-Cost Hoop House DIY
First thing first, you need to prepare the land you want to build a hoop house on. After the preparation, install the rebar and assemble the frame on it. The frame is made from PVC pipes and some accessories. Then, cover the frame with UV-protected clear plastic sheeting.
19. How To Build A Hoop House
Before going into the building directly you need to be sure of some things concerning the hoop house. The first thing is the location, where do you want the hoop house to be? Determine the appropriate dimension for the hoop house and buy all the necessary materials required for the project.
After all, this has been cleared, take your time and carefully follow this guide to learn the steps. Build your hoop house and start growing.
20. Simple Hoop House DIY
You don't need to be perfect or already have all the experience to build this hoop house. All you need is a guide just like this to keep you on track. To build this particular hoop house you need some garden hose, shovel, tape measure, pruners, water, PVC pipes, pipe clips, and bricks.
The end of the growing season doesn't necessarily mean the end of growing. You need an alternative way to keep growing your crops year in year out. Above are 20 different ways to keep on growing. Thanks for stopping by!