Even the British royal family is among his customers. Mike Spapé specializes in cleaning and coating non-standard greenhouses.
There are many greenhouses in the United Kingdom and Ireland that are impossible to clean or coat mechanically. The most striking such greenhouses are the beautiful historic greenhouses that are part of country estates. But the largest part consists of aging greenhouses that have a non-standard appearance. Sometimes these are old greenhouses from the Netherlands that have been given a second life on the other side of the Channel. They are often used by potted and bedding plant growers because they are excellent for growing plants. However, cleaning and coating the greenhouse cover is challenging. With his company Greenhouse Services, Mike Spapé specializes in these greenhouses.
He was born in Westland, a region in the Province of South-Holland in the Netherlands, but love drew him to the county of Cheshire in the United Kingdom.
“In the United Kingdom, many people have a sunroom attached to their homes. These too must be cleaned. This is where I started, but via National Trust, an organization that manages heritage, I ended up working on greenhouses,” he says.
One thing led to another and today he has customers across the entire country, as well as Ireland. While Spapé at times makes use of machines, the largest part of his work, including cleaning and coating, is done manually.
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