Is There A Difference Between “Marijuana Grow House” And “Cannabis Cultivation Facility?”

The effective use of systems power the most successful companies in the world. Amazon uses logistic systems to efficiently deliver packages. Southwest uses hub systems to efficiently deliver passengers. Cannabis Grow Builders use building systems to efficiently cultivate cannabis. Each of these companies demand consistent results and controls within their systems to monitor success.

Successful cannabis cultivation comes down to combining experience, control, and fail safe monitoring. Systems incorporating heating, air conditioning, ventilation, carbon dioxide, lighting and airflow among others make a cultivation facility productive and profitable. Coordinating these systems establish a high level of both predictability and control for your client and increase the demand for your services. In the absence of these systems the best anyone can hope for is what is referred to as a grow house. Legal grow houses are great and serve a very useful purpose. Cannabis cultivation facilities serve a different purpose while typically producing between 5 and 6 harvests annually with consistent quality and on a predictable timeline.

Making sense of all the different systems and having the skill to install and coordinate them is critical when serving a cannabis facility. Our founder Danny Stevenson understands these systems along with knowing how and why they do what they do. He has invested thousands of hours into research and development and can help you enter the field with the confidence and knowledge a cultivator and cannabis entrepreneur demands. If you want to get involved we can help!        

Cannabis Grow Builders has been involved in the emerging legal Cannabis Industry as a builder and developer of grow facilities since 2016. Daniel Stevenson and his team work with Cannabis Entrepreneurs and Solopreneurs to maximize the potential in their business while remaining on the cutting edge of constantly changing governmental regulations. Please reach out to us at 916-933-7333, via e-mail at

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