Most cannabis greenhouses are hugely inefficient structures, requiring immense heating and cooling to retain a stable temperature for healthy plant growth. We specialize in high-performance, insulated greenhouses to reduce energy usage and grow year-round. The result is a sustainable, naturally abundant environment with lower operational costs and increased production.

HighYield™ Kits

Ceres HighYield™ systems perform as a stable, easy to control, indoor growing environment. They are built for maximum efficiency and used in applications for which the highest yields are expected. HighYield™ Kits are available in two North to South dimensions: 23’ and 30’ deep and are expandable in increments
of 4’.

Our HighYield™ cannabis greenhouse is constructed with hot-dipped galvanized steel 2” x 4” framing sections, pre-cut to correct length. Along with IMPs, doors and glazing, kits include intake vents and exhaust fans sized to meet the cooling requirements of the greenhouse (dependent on climate).

*Ceres technology allows for HighYield™ Kits to be vented or completely sealed. Visit our environmental controls page for more information.*

We ship all HighYield™  materials straight to the job site and offer full construction crews for building the greenhouse. Ceres’ team members can direct and oversee the construction process from start to finish. Ceres’ construction managers oversee local crews during construction, ensuring a timely and streamlined building process.

Modular Design

Greenhouse complexes designed to grow with your business. Our modular concept allows growers unlimited opportunities for operation expansion as their business becomes more successful.

The benefits of Ceres modular greenhouse design:

  • Both types of modular concepts (hallway or headhouse connected) are designed for unlimited greenhouse expansion.
  • The possibility of individual climate controls for each greenhouse.
  • Increased biosecurity due to separate controlled spaces preventing the spread of pests, mold, and mildew.
  • If construction does occur for greenhouse expansion, a workflow for the current operation can continue without interruption.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We deliver anywhere in the US and Canada. If you live somewhere else please contact us for a shipping cost estimate.

Yes, depending on your level of construction experience. Building a HighYield™ Kit requires construction experience, and a crew of at least three workers. Watch our video on how to build a HighYield™ Kit to get a sense of the steps needed to build it. The following tools and equipment are required to install a HighYield™ Kit:


  • Riveter
  • Hammer drill
  • Boom lift with forks and cage
  • Circular saw with metal blade
  • Corded impact driver

If you can use these tools with confidence, you can probably construct a HighYield™ Kit on your own. We still recommend hiring a Ceres Construction Manager to oversee the process.

We provide customized quotes for all commercial greenhouses, as each structure is optimized for the climate and growing considerations. Pricing varies according to structure as well as your indoor growing requirements. Base pricing starts at $30 per sq. ft. Please contact us for a detailed quote or free consultation about your project.

Our commercial energy-efficient greenhouses are made with galvanized steel frames. We combine the frame with insulated metal panels, commonly used in warehouses or large industrial buildings. These provide high insulation values and fast, cost-effective installation.

Our standard glazing is a triple wall, 16mm polycarbonate on all of our commercial greenhouses. In colder climates, the triple wall polycarbonate allows us to retain more heat while allowing 77% light transmission. Alternate glazing materials specified for your climate and growing conditions are available

Yes, we source growing systems and equipment according to your needs. We work directly with systems suppliers to ensure that growing systems integrate seamlessly with the greenhouse structure.

Systems include:

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