Indoor Growing Systems That Can Adapt to Market Expansion. Starrco pre-engineered indoor wall systems offer cannabis cultivators a flexible, freestanding building solution that can change and grow as fast as this dynamic industry. Our customers call our modular indoor cannabis grow rooms revolutionary.
With other types of construction, it’s impossible to be in production when you are building or expanding. Downtime equals lost harvests, stressed supply relationships and lost revenue. With Starrco Grow Rooms, every component is prefabricated at our facility. It just needs to be assembled and it goes together so fast. I mean, a small crew can finish two rooms a day and fit five doors in an hour.”
— Bryan Carey, President
With Starrco’s modular indoor cannabis grow rooms you can:
- Expand to meet the growing demand for recreational and medical marijuana products.
- Easily adapt your facility to comply with changes in state and local regulations.
- Build your facility in phases so you can manage your investment infrastructure.
Indoor Grow Rooms Engineered for Flexibility & Growth
You can dismantle and reassemble Starrco grow rooms. This makes it easy to move the structure to a new location, add rooms, and even add a second floor. The whole process is so fast and easy you can get back to the business of growing marijuana crops quickly. When you install a Starrco grow room our modular building methods protect your uptime.
Protect your original investment
From the aluminum studs to the wall panels, all parts of a Starrco building can be disassembled and then reconfigured later in the same or a different location.
By comparison, if your building is conventionally constructed, expansion means demolishing part (or all) of your investment. Moving to new premises means leaving all the infrastructure behind.
Clean expansion safeguards crops
Expanding a commercially-sized Starrco modular indoor cannabis grow room is fast and clean.
Every modular grow room is manufactured at our factory, and each part is 100 percent finished when we deliver it to your loading dock for installation. The only debris is the packaging we use to protect the parts during transit.
Conventional construction practices, with their unavoidable demolition and construction mess, bring a higher risk of accidental damage to your valuable crops along with considerably more downtime.
Build an indoor growing system in phases
Adding more space to a Starrco building is so easy that many of our customers develop a phased expansion plan that allows them to increase the size of their workspace as their business grows.
Phased expansion plans help you manage your initial investment in a way that allows you to react to market conditions. Installation is fast and clean so it causes little operational disruption, which protects your uptime and profits.
What does it take to expand a Starrco grow room?
Starrco will pull your original construction plans and design the additional space to fit seamlessly with your existing building.
As soon as we manufacture the components, they are securely packed and shipped to your loading dock for installation. It typically takes two installers around five hours to install an average 12-foot square room.
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.