Pre-Engineered Marijuana Grow Rooms for Indoor Cultivation
Starrco takes the worry out of building your commercial indoor grow.
We have been manufacturing cleanrooms for decades for the pharmaceutical and electronics industry. We have the experience and fabrication practices in place to build tight buildings that facilitate strict environmental control.
Medium and large grow houses are often elaborate, multifunctional buildings. Starrco can design each pre-engineered grow room setup (surfaces and services) for indoor cultivation to meet your functional criteria.
Each of your spaces has a distinct function. We have an efficient solution for each type of room.
Not every grow is built in a fresh commercial space. Many grow rooms, especially on the East Coast, find a home in repurposed turn-of-the-century warehouses. This is where our pre-engineered technology shines. When your structure arrives, it fits. It just fits and assembly is fast. We make sure each space is fit for its purpose.”
— Bryan Carey, President
Each pre-engineered grow room for indoor cultivation in your facility can be designed to maintain the integrity of your envelope. Each of the interfacing walls, floors, and ceilings feature precision-engineered, smooth edges, accurate cuts, and precisely mitered joints performed at our factory in St. Louis. All components are 100 percent finished before they are shipped to your warehouse ready for assembly.
Mold-resistant Structure & Finishes
Whether your commercial crops are recreational or medical, one thing all cannabis cultivators fear is mold.
From our aluminum studs to the materials we use to build our wall panels, it is a problem we face head on by designing mold-resistance into your building.
We recommend highly stable surface materials that don’t absorb moisture or break down to shed particles on your cannabis plants.
Popular non-paper wall panel finishes for humid growing environments include:
- Coated aluminum
- Cleanroom-grade HDPE or FRP
Integrated Structural Support for Grow Lights & Other Equipment
We engineer our commercial-grade, freestanding wall systems with load-bearing aluminum studs and roof-deck support beams. Together these support equipment such as gantries, lights, and the ventilation systems needed for climate control.
HVAC equipment can be roof mounted or installed on a cantilevered catwalk outside the building where it can be easily attached to internal ductwork and have fast maintenance access.