Build a Club House!

Introduction: Build a Club House!

NEEDED
HAMMER OR NAIL GUN
DRILL
SAW
WOOD
SCREW-DRIVER

SORRY IF THIS IS HARD TO FOLLOW, ITS MY FIRST INSCRUTABLE

This inscrutable will teach you how to build a club house. it may take a week, a month or a year and it could cost 0$ to 3000$, it matters how much work you put in it and where you get your wood like 3000$ of wood from a lumber store, or getting free wood off craigslist and
ALSO YOU NEED TO LOOK AT YOUR CITY OR STATE LAWS FOR HOW TALL THIS STRUCTURE CAN BE, AND I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INJURIES YOU GET WHILE MAKING THIS.

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Step 1: Foundation

First, Dig Six holes in the ground 3 on one side 3 on the other, the same space away from each other in a square pattern.
then lay concrete blocks with holes in the middle of them, into the holes you can choose how far apart they are, which means your in charge of making the club house's length and width

Step 2: Foundation Part 2

Now make a wood structure like in the picture using 5 pieces of lumber, AND REMEMBER, HOWEVER LONG YOU WANT YOUR IN CONTROL (of that)

Now to secure to the concrete block, Drop metal rods about half a foot long into the holes in the concrete blocks, and then in the wood structure in the six parts where the blocks are on the picture, drill holes matching the width of the metal rods and drop the wood structure onto the metal rods with the holes and the metal rods on top of each other.

Then place a flat piece of wood on top of that and then nail that down theirs your floor.

Step 3: Side Walls

ignore the dimensions in the picture, because your in charge of that
now make the same wood structure in step 2 but add more pieces of  wood in the middle,
then have a friend help you raise the walls and nail them to the floor. you have to make 3 of these and put them up you can add windows if you want.

Step 4: The Wall With a Door!

now make the wall with a door its like making the same wall as last time, but adding a large cutout then put in a door, which you can get at almost any hardware store, and add hinges on the side, and again raise it and nail it to the floor.

Step 5: Roof (Final Step)

Put a flat piece of wood on the top of the walls and nail it to the top of the walls, you can put on shingles if you want. and that's you club house!!!!!

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    11 Discussions

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    bmm2056
    bmm2056

    3 months ago

    did you need a builders permit for this

    You need headers & jack studs around your doors & windows to take the load from above. Hope you live somewhere without snow,or this is coming down on top of you someday...

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    WayfinderAli
    WayfinderAli

    9 years ago on Introduction

    at first I thought it was a typo, but I was wrong. This site is instructables not inscrutables.

    its spelled i-n-s-t-r-u-c-t-a-b-l-e
    In-struct-able
    like instruction and able combined.

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    jimc4567
    jimc4567

    9 years ago on Introduction

    How about instructions for the roof. I also appears that you have a porch and a second floor. I know we can build anything we want, but what you did would be helpful. Thanks in advance.

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    mikethemaster123
    mikethemaster123

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    the roof works like i said nail a piece of ply wood on top, and once i get my scanner working, I'll put the partial plans for the clubhouse i built on inscrutables, srry tht this inscrutable is not tht detailed it is only my first

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    lemonie
    lemonie

    9 years ago on Introduction


    Have you started work on this yet?

    L

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    mikethemaster123
    mikethemaster123

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    mine has 2, but this inscrutable has one floor, this inscrutable was what i built originally .

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    lemonie
    lemonie

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Hi, it's the one you're building now I'm interested in - any pictures of that?

    L

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    mikethemaster123
    mikethemaster123

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    once i get my scanner working, I'll put the partial plans for the clubhouse i built on inscrutables

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    mikethemaster123
    mikethemaster123

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    mine has 2, but this inscrutable has one floor, this inscrutable was what i built originally .