Playhouse Design / May 25, 2018 / Lundy Racine
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.
The good news about making a gabled roof is that you can buy some pretty inexpensive hardware that will essentially line up the roof rafters where you need them to go. Galvanized joist hangers will solve a lot of my problems here when it comes to hanging the rafters. There are plenty of instructions around for learning how to build a roof - for any kind of house not just playhouses. So with the pre-made joist hangers and a few instructions I think Ill be able to figure out this part of the project without too much trouble.
A wood floor kit is also included so that the floor of your playhouse is not earthen. The working windows include a screen and are made out of Plexiglass mounted in aluminum frames. LP Smart Side wood is the material of choice for this playhouse. It is a material which is weather safe durable and environmentally friendly. All playhouse pieces are treated with SmartGuard to increase their resistance to things such as rot and mold. This is a lightweight material which makes it easy to handle when assembling. A 50-year limited warranty is covers each piece.