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
Installed a Takagi Tankless Hotwater heater, to serve as the heating system and as the hotwater heater for my domestic how water.
Ok, so first off. Use thicker plywood. I wasn’t happy with how bendy and warpy this plywood was.
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
Once there was a single door. Then after lots of cutting and ripping and building there was a beautiful french door.
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