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All other grow tents have a one piece material shell that conforms to a frame and zips closed. Grozeebo takes a modular approach by offering interchangeable pieces, allowing you to customize and expand the enclosure. Some of these pieces contain insulation, which helps to maintain the desired temperature range, making it easier to get better results. Also unlike any other grow tent, Grozeebo’s T-slot aluminum frame gives you more equipment mounting options than ever, opening up more floor space for more plants.

The Grozeebo Slim package includes 1680D flat panels, while Grozeebo Pro contains 600D insulated panels. Grozeebo Slim is suggested for spaces where it’s easier to maintain temperatures such as a climate-controlled room inside of a home. Grozeebo Pro is recommended for spaces where temperatures are not controlled such as a garage, basement, shed, etc.

Yes, you absolutely can. Grozeebo Pro and Grozeebo Slim both come with the same framing, hook and loop strips, and floor tray. To upgrade your Grozeebo Slim to a Grozeebo Pro, simply order the Grozeebo Pro insulated panels of your choice, remove your Grozeebo Slim flat panels, and attach the new Grozeebo Pro insulated panels in their place. Individual panels will be available for purchase soon.

Hook and loop is a type of fastening material that joins Grozeebo exterior components to one another. The most popular brand name of hook and loop is Velcro. Most people think that Velcro is a type of material, but it’s actually one of many brand names of hook and loop. Since the Velcro patent expired in 1978, many manufacturers produce hook and loop fastening material.

To attach two Grozeebo frames to each other, you will need to purchase the Grozeebo Loop to Hook Conversion Kit (coming soon). This kit includes GZHH double-sided hook strips to go between the loop material on the GZLL loop strips, roof panel, and floor tray that are included with Grozeebo Pro and Grozeebo Slim packages. GZLL loop strips are made for attaching frames to panels which have hook material sewn in. Since you’ll be attaching one frame to another frame that also has GZLL loop strips, you’ll need to place the GZHH strips in between your frames to attach them securely while making sure light does not penetrate.

  1. To safely and securely attach multiple Grozeebo frames together, first remove everything from inside the enclosures. Take out all plants, lights, fans, filters, spill tray, and anything else that can be damaged.

  2. Once the enclosures are empty, remove the wall or door panel on the side of both Grozeebo units where you want to attach them to each other. It’s recommended to remove a solid wall so that you still have doors for access and ports at your disposal.

  3. Hold the GZHH double-sided hook strips up to the sewn-in loop material to make sure you put the long pieces along the GZLL vertical loop strips and the short pieces along the sewn in loop strips on the roof panel and floor tray. Slowly and carefully fasten the GZHH double-sided hook strips to the sewn-in loop perimeter. Apply pressure with your hands as you join the pieces together to ensure a secure and lightproof bond.

  4. Once all GZHH double-sided strips are properly installed, your frames are now ready to be attached to one another. Have another person hold one of the frames in place or push it against a wall to keep it in place. Do not use excessive force as this is not necessary and can potentially damage the components. Slide the other frame in place so that the hook strips that are now on the first frame lines up with the loop strips of the second frame. Do this slowly and carefully, making sure that everything lines up correctly. Test for light leaks and make any necessary adjustments as needed.