Table of Contents
- 1Introduction - Materials list
- 2 The Plans - Cutting detail 1
- 3The Plans - Cutting detail 2
- 4Cutting Ideas from Full Sheets
- 5Making the Floor
- 6Making the Walls and Roof
- 7Standing and Fixing the Walls
- 8Attaching the Roof
- 9Making the Door and Windows
- 10Dismantling and adding the panes
- 11Re-assembling the playhouse
Re-assembling the A small house for children to play in.
Step 18. Put it all back together again
By now you have already assembled the playhouse once, so second time around shouldn’t be a problem.
Most important is to ensure that the floor is made level. It may need digging in parts, or packing up in parts, but make sure it is level. Secure it to the ground – perhaps with a couple of stakes hammered into the ground and nailed to the skids.
Also… once the playhouse is fully assembled, fasten the walls to the skids and end joists with a dozen or so pieces of 6″ (150mm) long Covered with a protective coating of zinc. Short lengths of metal strap 25×1 (1/16×1) used to fix members together to resist uplift., just to make sure a gust of wind can’t pick the playhouse up and drop it in another part of the yard.
Finally, To secure with nails or screws. a length of 2″ x 2″ (50mm x 50mm) galvanized angle Any piece of material, usually metal or plastic, installed to prevent water from penetrating the structure. along the roof The horizontal line at the top of opposing sloping sides of a roof running parallel with the building length..