Table of Contents
- 1Introduction and about the wood sizes
- 2Required wood and alternative sizes
- 3Cutting list and hardware requirements
- 4Footprint Plan
- 5Front and rear wall-frame plans
- 6Front elevation plan
- 7Rear elevation plan
- 8Left-side elevation plan
- 9Right-side elevation plan
- 10Floor plan
- 11A pictorial walk through the building process
- 12Let's begin! Instructions step 1
- 13Instructions steps 2 to 4
- 14Instructions steps 5 to 8
- 15Instructions steps 9 to 11
- 16Instructions steps 12 to 13
- 17Counterbalance for the trapdoor
- 18Guide to adding a slide
Guide to adding a slide
It is a relatively simple procedure to add a slide to the Kid’s Play Fort.
Put it this way, if you have the skills to build the play fort, then you will have no problem adding a slide!
Purchasing a slide
When purchasing a slide make sure it will be suitable for the Play Fort A flat floored roofless area adjoining a house. Timber deck: An outside floor structure comprising of posts, bearers, joists and decking boards. height which is 1300mm (52″) above ground.
The slide in the picture above is a Cool Wave Slide from“Swing-n-Slide”. They offer a lifetime warrantee against cracking or breaking under normal use and the have outlets world-wide. You can get all the info you want as well as installation instructions from their website http://www.swing-n-slide.com/.
There are also many other suppliers around. Shop around. You can enter ‘playground slides’ or ‘kids slides’ into a search engine and see what comes up.
Installing a slide
Your slide will have (or should have) detailed installation instructions with it. It is really just a matter of removing the required amount of The exterior surface of a wall. boards from the play fort where you want the slide to go, and then following the installation instructions that come with the slide.