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Size: 2m x 1m x 1,3m

Material: wooden boards,wooden bars, plywood, paint for wood (enamel), PVC panels

Time: 5 days

Cost: about $70

People: 5 children and 1 mom

Step 1: Choosing a Place for the Future Construction

We chose a rectangular enclosure in which guinea pigs can graze on grass.

Step 2: Day 1 Prepare Materials and Start Working

Prepare the timber for the frame and floor boards

Step 3: Tools

Prepare tools: a saw, screwdriver, tape measure, screws, angles

Step 4: A Skeleton Construction

We start with a skeleton construction. We want the house stood on top of the pen. Therefore, the length of our construction = 2 m. Measure out and saw off.

Step 5: Corners

Bar fastening with corners.

Step 6: First Day Target Complete

We are tired!

- materials purchased
- tools developed

- floor skeleton ready.

Step 7: Day 2 Floor

The width of our construction is 1m. Measure out, cut and paint the floor boards.

Step 8: Day 3 Fasten Boards and Bars

When the paint is dry, fasten the boards with screws 35 mm to the base of construction

Step 9: Wall Bars

Fasten wall bars with corners for its strength. The front bars are 130 cm. The rear bars 100 cm. The front bars longer for pent roof.

Step 10: The Back Wall

The back wall of the construction we have made of plywood. Two sheets of 100 cm x 80 cm x 0.8 cm. The desired size cut out a jigsaw.

Step 11: Paint and Strengthen the Rear Wall

Paint and strengthen the rear wall of the frame.

Step 12: Day 4 Windows

Make two windows are open. We need window flat corners, mesh, furniture stapler.
Pre-paint parts of windows and wait 1 day until dry.

Step 13: Fasten the Grid

Fasten bars with areas. The grid fasten with furniture stapler.

Step 14: Day 5 Children Are Waiting for Your Likes

Fasten the rafters and the roof. The roof is made of 5 PVC panels. The edges of the panels are not cut for the additional protection from the rain. Fasten the panel with screws to the rafters.

READY!

Try to build it with children!

Wow!! This is so large and cool! Just make sure tha walls in the yard are tall enought so the piggies cant jump out... Id say 8 inches and above would be a good hight.
<p>:) thanks for advice!</p>
<p>Wow! That's bigger than I thought. Glad to see your pets get some real quality time in the fresh air and grass. The only thing missing is a ramp to let them go from inside the hut to out in the &quot;yard&quot;!</p>
<p>What a great project! Not only will the little pigs love it, the children had such a great time building it. Such a loving thing to do.</p>
<p>Absolutely, this project was created primarily for kids :) But little pigs also very happy! </p>
<p>This is so nice and big! I'm sure the your Guinea Pigs love it! </p>

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