Indoor Playhouse / May 10, 2018 / Gallia Cote
If you desire to build some of the more complex constructions that are available on the playhouse market today you should realize that you can always hire a carpenter in order to complete the task of building your playhouse. When you hire a professional to help you construct professionally designed plans for your playhouse you can be sure that the results will be more than satisfying in the end. In fact hiring a carpenter to complete the building process of your playhouse is likely one of the easiest ways to complete the job of building this type of construction overall.
Decking and Sheathing Next comes the most rewarding part of the project: adding plywood panels to the roof (decking) and the walls (sheathing). For roof decking most playhouse plans call for 1/2" plywood panels that Ill simply nail down on to the rafters. Getting at the panels to nail them down might be a little tricky though. Some people suggest you go at them from inside the playhouse - with a step ladder poking up between the rafters. Then after each panel goes down Ill come down move my ladder and go back up for the next section.
It is laid under the shingles and acts as a moisture barrier. The tenth and last step to build a playhouse is to install windows doors siding and trim paint and caulk everything as per playhouse plans. It is possible your playhouse plans will call for a dormer or two to fancy it up a bit. Those are easy and your playhouse plans will direct you how to install them. One last piece of advice for window installation is to use some type of safety glass to protect the children for when it breaks during play.