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Building marijuana grow room

The most important things to keep in mind are that nothing should be seen from outside the room and your extraction system and filter should be working properly; if not, you may get in trouble.

Once you know where you’re going to be setting up your ventilation system and how you’re going to be supplying fresh air, you’ll need to install the extractor fan and inline fan, if you’re using one.

When working in such a large space you’ll need to add humidity to the air somehow, and the best ways to do this is by using a humidifier, or maybe even a few. During your plants’ first few weeks, relative humidity needs to be a bit higher than usual – if it’s not, your plants may not grow to be the best that they can be.

If you have an inline fan it’s not that hard to attach the ducting, the difference is the size of the intake fan, which is usually smaller than the extractor. You can also do this using clamps to make it easier.

Humidifier

For the best results, you should place the humidifier in the middle of the room alongside a fan, which helps to distribute humidity evenly. If you can, try and move it to the other side of your plants after a few hours in order to avoid the plants closest to it getting a bit too much humidity, which can end up causing fungi.

When it comes to the inline fan, if you’re going to use one instead of just using a passive intake vent, it’ll need to be on the other side of the room in comparison to the extraction fan. You’ll need to place it down low. If possible try and use some sort of cushioned base to avoid the vibrations travelling through the floor.

In order to set your grow room up properly, we’ve decided to cover it in this post; we’re going to go over the absolute basic materials needed to set up an indoor grow room. Get everything set up without needing to spend too much money.

Ventilation System

If you clean your room thoroughly before you start growing, you’ll be able to keep insect and fungi infestations at bay for much longer, which is incredibly important – if your indoor grow room becomes infected it can be quite hard to get rid of it for your next grow.

You should try and place it somewhere that you can get to easily while also keeping all of the cables in order. We recommend installing a fire extinguisher above the controller in case of emergencies.

We use high-grade, non-corrosive components suitable for high-humidity growing conditions and offer a range of non-flaking, mold-resistant wall finishes to minimize the risk of crop contamination.

Jumpstart your facility’s grow room project with simple, solid modular systems. Let us know what you’re looking for, and we’ll let you know how we can help.

Scaling Up Your Grow Room

This time-lapse installation video for a modular grow room enclosure provides a vivid example of just how much quicker and cleaner modular in-plant enclosure construction is vs. conventional. Learn more about our cannabis grow rooms today by contacting our team or submitting a commercial cannabis grow room price quote request.

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