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Woodpecker Joinery Greeenhouses can be shipped and supplied internationally for self assembly. 

Here at Woodpecker Joinery (UK) Ltd, we decided to export our beautiful greenhouses around the world and in the past two years we have approximately delivered and installed twenty five Cedar Greenhouses into Europe. We have now moved further afield, and have completed the process of exporting and installing three Greenhouses into AUSTRALIA in January 2011. All of our cedar greenhouses installed overseas are erected by our own staff, giving the same high standard as UK customers.

Woodpecker Joinery is able to offer a flat pack export service for situations where a customer prefers to undertake the installation of the building them self. This flat back service is available on the majority of our standard greenhouses. Greenhouses are also supported with a pictorial installation guide and extensive telephone support.   

In situations where the greenhouse installation is more complex or the customer does not have the desire to preform the installation them self, Woodpecker does offer an installation service - this includes Australia and America.


Estimated Export Costs to European Destinations

European Zone Map of Woodpecker Greenhouse Exports

Our exported greenhouses can be offered on both an installed or a supply only basis. The above map of europe shows our price banding for exporting our buildings geographically. The estiamted prices for delivering a greenhouse into the highlighted zones are as following -


ZoneGreenhouse Delivered OnlyGreenhouse Delivered and Installed
Zone 1 £300 £650
Zone 2 £450 £1000
Zone 3 £650 £1500
Zone 4 £850 Please Enquire

The advertised prices for greenhouses delivered and installed inclusdes all travelling costs including sea crossings, toll roads and accomodation. Where the greenhouses are delieverd only, the greenhouse is sent to your address in a wooden created box by road freight, to be unloaded kerbside by a tail lift. Installation instructions will accompany the greenhouse.