- Leave your entire heating system untouched.
- Calculate the capacity of the gas contract that you need; that way you can keep your greenhouse frost-free in winter and reduce the impact of snow.
- Maintain your equipment.
- Place fertigation units in clean water; allow pumps to run regularly.
- Cover sorting lines with plastic and allow the CHP and monitoring equipment to be preserved by the supplier.
- Leave the climate computer connected.
- Adjust the settings for the empty greenhouse. This way, the ventilation can still run in case of a sudden storm and you receive an alert in case the temperature drops below frost levels.
- Create the feelings that your greenhouse is operating. Close the facade screen or apply a layer of plaster on facades that are visible from the street.
- This way, you reduce the chances of vandalism.
- Check the greenhouse's windows every month.
- Repair broken windows as quickly as possible.
- Remove the old crops.
- Dried crops increase the risk of fire.
- Place approved extinguishers at the entrance.
- Report the empty status to your insurer.
Do you have any questions on this topic? Get in touch with your insurance adviser.