Build Weekend #2 This was a weekend without the kids and some pretty decent weather scheduled, and I was ready to GO! The whole weekend is documented pretty well in the videos. But the short version is I got all
Day 2: Came back to strip the footing forms. They built forms for the middle wall. Then poured that same wall. And they started to build the forms for the walls
Welcome. This is the beginning of a series of posts that chronicles the building of my garage. It all started when I was born. I reached out for a garage instead of the bottle. Since then, I’ve wanted a “GRARGE”.
Indoor TreeHouse Bed for Kids Before I hatched the idea of an Indoor TreeHouse I was faced with the challenge of a very small bedroom. I wanted to create a room that had floor space to play on, clothes storage
Next step! Fill it in with sand.
So after nailing all those sleepers down, I found out almost instantly that they were not holding.
So the bedrooms are going to have wood floors, specifically nail down wood floors. Therefore concrete is not an option as I can’t nail into it. So the method I choose was to lay out sleepers to support the floor
The sand is here!
I decided that more than anything I wanted warm floors. I wanted my heat to come from everywhere instead of one duct, or one radiator. I have allergies to dust, so forced air was out of the question. Running baseboards
In order to install a bathroom on a first floor or basement with a slab, one must cut into the concrete. This was basically the very first project I did at the new house. It was most definitely daunting to