We believe you can start somewhere your pocket can allow. We offer support to starters in farming and help them through the ‘learning stage’. To know more about our greenhouses construction services tel: 0700169962 /0724615066 or visit any of our shops.
We are pleased to announce to our MOMBASA customers that we have relocated our IRRIGATION SHOP from Makupa area to Sabasaba area to improve access and reach to COAST farmers.
Our new location is situated on Ronald Ngala Street, opp Shell petrol Station near RONALD Ngala Primary School.
Tel: 0700169962 / 0724615066.
Our Greenhouse construction team will get you a desired quality greenhouse structure in days. It starts at our workshop where the fabrication is done according to clients’ design, then our field team will do the installation to give a fine touch to the project.
We offer flexible service plan where a client can engage us at a point of interest not necessarily the whole project. We supply materials as well as do do renovations and repairs.
For more information contact us on tel: +254700169962, +254724615066.
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