Gone are the days when the backyard was just a place to grow a few plants or hang out with friends during a barbecue. Today, homeowners are increasingly turning to garden cabins as a form to expand their living space without breaking the bank. These versatile structures, also known as granny flats, she sheds, or man caves, are becoming all the rage, and for a good reason.
These small yet functional structures offer the perfect solution for those who need extra room for work, play, or relaxation. From home offices and art studios to guest rooms and entertainment spaces, garden cabins are revolutionizing living spaces. In this article, we'll explore the many benefits of garden cabins and why they are becoming an effective solution for homeowners looking to add value to their properti...
A garage is more than just the place where you park your car. It can be used as a workshop, storage area, or a home gym. But to make the most of your garage, it must be functional, durable, and easy to maintain. That's where garage epoxy comes in. This versatile flooring solution is an excellent choice for a durable, easy-to-clean surface that can handle heavy foot traffic, spills, and stains.
In this comprehensive guide, we'll take you through everything you need to know about garage epoxy, from how it's applied to the benefits of using it, and even some maintenance tips to maintain your garage floor looking great for years to come. So whether you're a DIY enthusiast or a homeowner looking to upgrade your garage, this guide is the ultimate resource for all things garage epoxy.
When we moved off the grid 16 long years ago one of the things we wanted to do was build our own off grid home. My father had always wanted to build his own house because it would be built the way he wanted… not something that he had to settle for. The first thing we did was build a small cabin that we could live in during the summer months while we were building our off grid home.
Our goal by the end of the summer was to have at least the first floor finished so that we could live in it for the winter.
The great part about where we live is that bed rock is only about 3 – 5 feet down so we were able to put the foundation right on the bed rock. After pouring the footings it was time to put the concrete block up. You don’t really know how heavy they are until you lift a couple hundred ...
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