Playhouse Ideas / May 24, 2018 / Henriette Veilleux.
Playhouse Sizes Have you consider the size of the playhouse you would like? Obviously the usable space in your garden is a significant factor when deciding the size of your playhouse as is the number of children you are catering for. Types of Playhouse The first type is a traditional wooden playhouse which sits on the ground. These are either single storey playhouses or double storey playhouses which generally have an internal ladder or stairs to access the top floor. The second type is the tower playhouse and are supported by wooden legs.
The range of outdoor wooden playhouses from which to choose is enormous nevertheless there are a number of variables which could help limit that choice. One thing to consider will be the place where you will put the playhouse. Slap bang in the middle of the lawn or maybe round the back down in a hidden nook? The ground will have to be level and most often a firm base should be thought of. The next decision will be the proportions which is most likely influenced by the site and the access to it. Additionally the aspect should be considered - if the outdoor playhouse is going to be in the shadow of your fence or trees plus if it will make full use of summertime sunshine.
Type Of Playhouse Basically you have a choice between wooden and plastic playhouses. Generally plastic ones are less expensive although you can also get wooden playhouses at about the same price range. But such wooden playhouses will require additional weather-proofing before assembly as well as periodic maintenance to ensure that it lasts. This means if you want to settle for a wooden playhouse there is more work involved compared to a plastic one. Of course a wooden playhouse may give you a more natural look and those in the higher end of the market can end up looking like a real home.
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.