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Old 06-06-2018, 06:18 AM   #151
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Looking good.
Can you keep a rolling itemized cost sheet for those of us interested in following in your footsteps?

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Old 06-06-2018, 07:05 AM   #152
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I'm gonna tag along. Cool build!
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Old 06-06-2018, 07:29 AM   #153
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Materials so far. The goal for foundation up to the point of Sub floor is 10% of full build cost. So far I'm sitting pretty good.

(43) 4x6x10 Treated for Post and Beams $990.72
(42) Sacks of 80# Conc Mix $200.79
(64) 2x8x12 Pine for Floor Joist $540.67
(4) 2x8x20 Pine for Outside Floor Joist $64.77
(30) 4x8 Tongue and Groove Sub Floor $779.18

Foundation Total $2576.13
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Materials so far. The goal for foundation up to the point of Sub floor is 10% of full build cost. So far I'm sitting pretty good.

(43) 4x6x10 Treated for Post and Beams $990.72
(42) Sacks of 80# Conc Mix $200.79
(64) 2x8x12 Pine for Floor Joist $540.67
(4) 2x8x20 Pine for Outside Floor Joist $64.77
(30) 4x8 Tongue and Groove Sub Floor $779.18

Foundation Total $2576.13
This is better than HGTV!
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Materials so far. The goal for foundation up to the point of Sub floor is 10% of full build cost. So far I'm sitting pretty good.

(43) 4x6x10 Treated for Post and Beams $990.72
(42) Sacks of 80# Conc Mix $200.79
(64) 2x8x12 Pine for Floor Joist $540.67
(4) 2x8x20 Pine for Outside Floor Joist $64.77
(30) 4x8 Tongue and Groove Sub Floor $779.18

Foundation Total $2576.13
Fastener costs? (Screws, nails, optional straps/hangers?) That is the one that always seems to get me... even on the smallest of projects where I don't sue straps/hangers.
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Fastener costs? (Screws, nails, optional straps/hangers?) That is the one that always seems to get me... even on the smallest of projects where I don't sue straps/hangers.
True! I still have 2 boxes of 3" screws and framing nails leftover from past jobs. Guess that would need to be thrown in. Lol
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Old 06-06-2018, 10:19 AM   #157
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Great job - I am enjoying the build.
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Old 06-06-2018, 12:09 PM   #158
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You plan on doing flat(ish) roof or some type of gable/pitch roof?
How high will the ceiling/walls be?
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You plan on doing flat(ish) roof or some type of gable/pitch roof?
How high will the ceiling/walls be?
Gable roof. Somewhere between 8/12-12/12 pitch.

Just unloaded sub floor. Already sweating my tail off!
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You plan on doing flat(ish) roof or some type of gable/pitch roof?
How high will the ceiling/walls be?
Something like this. Just imagine no chimney or dormers.
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Old 06-06-2018, 06:19 PM   #161
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Following along. Awesome job so far Jason! Looking great!
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Old 06-06-2018, 07:21 PM   #162
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And here I was griping about putting a new roof of my shed a couple of weekends ago lol. Lookin good bud!
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Old 06-06-2018, 08:30 PM   #163
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And here I was griping about putting a new roof of my shed a couple of weekends ago lol. Lookin good bud!
Thanks Logan!
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Old 06-06-2018, 08:35 PM   #164
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At a stopping point for a week or so. Will cover with plastic tomorrow and start framing in a couple weeks. Hard part is complete!

Main thing to know here is stagger the tongue and groove sub floor. Other than that really nothing to it. I normally would use ring shanked nails with nailer but still didn't bring generator. Used 2.5" deck screws. Feels good to be elevated looking over the pond view!
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Old 06-06-2018, 08:58 PM   #165
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Looks great.....
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Old 06-06-2018, 08:58 PM   #166
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Fantastic my wife and I have the plans drawn up for our future house plan to do it all myself also great since of satisfaction.

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Old 06-07-2018, 08:04 AM   #167
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I dont know what's more amazing,
You building this house singlehandedly
Or those cool arse chandeliers you make.
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Old 06-07-2018, 09:08 AM   #168
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I dont know what's more amazing,
You building this house singlehandedly
Or those cool arse chandeliers you make.
I prefer making chandeliers! Speaking of I need to get a big one together for a member.

I'll have help raising outside walls after I get them put together. BIL said he is ready whenever I need him.
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Old 06-07-2018, 09:10 AM   #169
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Thanks. I personally like small homes. I'd rather have a small home and more land. $250k home in the city gets me 100 acres and small home in the country!
I like the way you think!!!!!
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Old 06-07-2018, 09:14 AM   #170
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Fantastic my wife and I have the plans drawn up for our future house plan to do it all myself also great since of satisfaction.

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It definitely is. There are flaws with my current home that I would do different now. For the most part very satisfying though. Good feeling every time I come home and see. I took this pic a couple evenings ago of it.
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Old 06-07-2018, 09:29 AM   #171
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You do great work, awesome build.
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Old 06-07-2018, 10:11 AM   #172
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Just curious and this might need its own thread, but what flaws did you discover and what would you do differently?
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It definitely is. There are flaws with my current home that I would do different now. For the most part very satisfying though. Good feeling every time I come home and see. I took this pic a couple evenings ago of it.
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Just curious and this might need its own thread, but what flaws did you discover and what would you do differently?
Really not flaws just personal preferences. 8' ceilings all throughout. I would go 9'-10' in living, kitchen and master. I'm 6'5" and so taller ceilings would be nice. Plan to raise a couple in the next year or so after this build. Open living room and kitchen area. I've already remodeled to get the look we like. Before I just had a 5' opening from living to kitchen.
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When does the Brother in Law your building this for come help??

If he is disabled sorry I missed that.
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Old 06-07-2018, 10:26 AM   #175
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When does the Brother in Law your building this for come help??

If he is disabled sorry I missed that.
I won't need his help until I start framing and raising walls. Couple weeks. He has already offered but not needed yet. He isn't a lazy guy. I'm just hard headed self goaled and like working alone!
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Old 06-07-2018, 10:40 AM   #176
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Always glue and screw those floors! Nails are guaranteed to squeak at some point!

Are you insulating the floor underneath?
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Always glue and screw those floors! Nails are guaranteed to squeak at some point!

Are you insulating the floor underneath?
No floor insulation. Underpinning around perimeter and landscaping work great.
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Old 06-07-2018, 11:17 AM   #178
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I'll have help raising outside walls after I get them put together. BIL said he is ready whenever I need him.
Yeah this will be the interesting part.
To see how you dry it in (walls, rafters and roof)
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No floor insulation. Underpinning around perimeter and landscaping work great.
The one regret I have about the cabin I built is not insulating the floor. Now I'm trying different things to mitigate the mold due to condensation. Probably not a big deal if I had electricity and kept the inside climate stable.

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The one regret I have about the cabin I built is not insulating the floor. Now I'm trying different things to mitigate the mold due to condensation. Probably not a big deal if I had electricity and kept the inside climate stable.

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No issues here at all with mold or moisture. I put up cedar panels on mine. FIL has lattice on his and probably do lattice on this one. Key is ventilation!
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Yeah this will be the interesting part.
To see how you dry it in (walls, rafters and roof)
That's the fun part! Start taking shape and looking like a home!
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Notice you didnt use straps/brackets/hangers on the foundation. Did you just toe the beams and joists? Nails or screws?

Personally, I like the structural screws for the small projects like blinds/cabins. They are a tad pricier, but cheaper than nails/straps and are easy to install using an electric driver.

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Notice you didnt use straps/brackets/hangers on the foundation. Did you just toe the beams and joists? Nails or screws?

Personally, I like the structural screws for the small projects like blinds/cabins. They are a tad pricier, but cheaper than nails/straps and are easy to install using an electric driver.

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Toe screwed together. The outside OSB will overlap both when I get to that point and basically make it Hurricane proof. It will be a 1' overlap and join everything together. Very sturdy structure in the end.
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Toe screwed together. The outside OSB will overlap both when I get to that point and basically make it Hurricane proof. It will be a 1' overlap and join everything together. Very sturdy structure in the end.
So essentially wood block strapping at the rim connections to the beam/beam ends. But just toed for the inside beam/joist and beam/piers.

(BTW, not judging... people been building country homes for centuries with less)

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So essentially wood block strapping at the rim connections to the beam/beam ends. But just toed for the inside beam/joist and beam/piers.

(BTW, not judging... people been building country homes for centuries with less)

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Correct. I'm no pro. Lol... I had a book when I built mine and just followed instructions. It was a basic contractor building book that showed how to do it all. I have passed it down to another member here and don't have it. Definitely a good source for big projects.

There are so many ways to do things now. I try not to cut corners but I'm sure I will in some builders eyes along the way of this build.
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Correct. I'm no pro. Lol... I had a book when I built mine and just followed instructions. It was a basic contractor building book that showed how to do it all. I have passed it down to another member here and don't have it. Definitely a good source for big projects.

There are so many ways to do things now. I try not to cut corners but I'm sure I will in some builders eyes along the way of this build.
There literally a hundred ways to build things. I just like seeing the different approaches.

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I know what you mean.

Part of me wants to start framing now. I just have too much to do on the side of this that needs to get done. Ready to see it take shape!
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I know what you mean.

Part of me wants to start framing now. I just have too much to do on the side of this that needs to get done. Ready to see it take shape!
My favorite part is the structure... inside finishing would annoy me. Probably why I never did get motivated to wire the inside of my tiny lease cabin.

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Correct. I'm no pro. Lol... I had a book when I built mine and just followed instructions. It was a basic contractor building book that showed how to do it all. I have passed it down to another member here and don't have it. Definitely a good source for big projects.

There are so many ways to do things now. I try not to cut corners but I'm sure I will in some builders eyes along the way of this build.

Can you share the book title you used to build your first house?
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Can you share the book title you used to build your first house?
Honestly can't remember. I'll see if I can get ahold of the member that has it now.
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No big updates this week or next. I did get the plastic cover on today in case any rain or whatever you call that stuff comes in the next 10 days. Will start framing later next week. Until then I plan to spend some much needed time with the family!
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No big updates this week or next. I did get the plastic cover on today in case any rain or whatever you call that stuff comes in the next 10 days. Will start framing later next week. Until then I plan to spend some much needed time with the family!
Hope you didnít wear yourself out with that plastic!
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Hope you didnít wear yourself out with that plastic!
Almost blew away! Luckily the wind layed down the last hour.
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Almost blew away! Luckily the wind layed down the last hour.
I canít even make the bed when the fan is going
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Honestly can't remember. I'll see if I can get ahold of the member that has it now.
This one?



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No that's not it. It's bugging me I can't remember!
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