Indoor Playhouse / May 23, 2018 / Gallia Cote
Kids at times seem to have majestic ideas about their playhouses have a fun brain storming session with your kids and look at how best you could execute their majestic ideas in a cost effective fashion. All said and done you would always need to remember that a playhouse that is well planned and built by you would have to last longer. When it comes to choice of materials you would have to be willing to invest a bit in top quality stuff so that your playhouse lasts longer. Come rain or shine the playhouse that you have built should last. Before learning how to build a playhouse it would be best if you could ask for some advice from professionals who have enough experience in this particular area. Now ensure that you follow these tips and build a playhouse easily. Research well about various playhouse plans that are available. And check with your friends and over the internet on how best you can build your own playhouse.
Keep in mind that Im not looking to build one of those giant-sized playhouses - the ones that are so big you could rent them out as an apartment. Making a Playhouse Safe Lets talk safety first. Of course I dont want something that will fall over with the first gust of wind. Not that I let my kids play outside during a storm but whatever I build has to be pretty darn solid for me to feel comfortable letting them play there without me. From the plans Ive seen so far looks like the weight of the materials alone will be heavy enough to keep the playhouse standing upright without me having to mount it to anything.
The third step to build a playhouse is creating a foundation. What type of foundation you use concrete slab pier wood foundation or other depends upon the playhouse plans you have chosen. The playhouse plans should explain the proper foundation for the playhouse but you will need to take into account for local ordinances and homeowner associations rules. Always check with your local city code officials before building anything. The fourth step to build a playhouse is to create the sub-floor. Usually joists 16 inches on center covered by plywood flooring is the standard; nothing extravagant but functional and safe.