Playhouse Design / May 25, 2018 / Lundy Racine
Building the Playhouse Floor After clearing and leveling a spot in the yard most playhouse plans have me dive into building the floor. 2x6 treated lumber arranged in a grid-like pattern (joists) seems to be the favored choice of materials for this part of the construction the same way its used in building floors for real houses. I can build the floor right on top of the spot I cleared in the yard but Ill probably put down a tarp first to keep the boards dry while I work on them. Building a floor thats square at each corner will take some careful measuring and maybe a carpenters square to make sure everything is lined up.
Scour the internet and find the plan that suites you and your children. Play it safe and get their opinions and you will have nothing to lose. The second step to build a playhouse is to decide where you want to place the playhouse inside your yard. You may have to do some preparation work ahead of time like creating a level playing area for the playhouse to rest upon so it is stable. Make sure it is not located under any electrical wires or tree branches that could do some damage to it later. Furthermore make sure the site is in a higher area of the yard as to not have to worry about water damage later.
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.