Outdoor Playhouse / May 9, 2018 / Arlette Deziel
Thats good news. Getting Started - Make a Level Spot in the Yard Most playhouse plans start with choosing a good spot in the yard. That makes sense. This step seems to help set the stage for everything else that follows so it pays off to be careful and get this part of the project right first time out. Of course to avoid building a crooked playhouse Ill need to find a fairly level spot in the yard. This could be trickier than it seems. Even if I think a spot looks level chances are its not. I probably spend a good amount of time and energy just clearing and leveling a spot for the playhouse to sit.
Are you interested in building your own playhouse? Are you curious about what it takes in order to build a playhouse? If you have ever seen the quality of an average playhouse but you did not like the construction or the design theme you may desire to build a more professional playhouse for your backyard. If you wish to build a professionally designed playhouse you should certainly consider purchasing playhouse plans in order to enhance the overall quality of your project. Before you purchase your plans you should be aware that there are a variety of different plans available on the market today. Before you choose your plans you should know that you can choose from many different designs as well.
The eighth step to build a playhouse is to decide on the type of roof. Your playhouse plans should recommend the best type. Just follow the directions and youll be okay. Most common types of roofs are hip or gable. The easiest being a gable since it looks like a triangle and it allows for rain and snow to drain off the roof. The hip roof is a little more complicated because it has more angles with all sides sloping down to meet the walls. It allows for snow and rain to drain easily as well however it provides more overhang if thats what you are looking for.