OWNING A HOME IS EASY ONCE YOUR MORTGAGE OR BANK LOAN IS APPROVED. BUT BUILDING A HOME FROM SCRATCH CAN BE INCREDIBLY REWARDING. IT’S WHY SO MANY PEOPLE LOVE TAKING ON THOSE DO-IT-YOURSELF PROJECTS. NOW SOME FOLKS MIGHT CHOOSE TO BUILD A TOOL SHED, WHILE OTHERS WILL BUILD A HOME FROM THE GROUND UP. FORTUNATELY, THE INTERNET OFFERS SEVERAL HOW-TO-VIDEOS TO HELP US FIGURE OUT HOW TO TAKE ON SUCH A CHALLENGE. IN FACT, IT’S SO EASY THAT EVEN A 13-YEAR-OLD CAN DO IT.
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In the cold winter months, there’s nothing quite like setting the thermostat to a toasty warm temperature and relaxing inside. But keeping the heat on for too long can cause energy bills to skyrocket, and no one wants to pay those kind of prices—no matter how comfortable they feel! That’s why Stockholm, Sweden, residents Marie Granmar and Charles Sacilotto found a fascinating way around it… source: join us in our second channel. let's help animals together OUR Website: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: -Audio by Scott Leffler: scottleffler For copyright matters please contact us at: support@dduknow #did_you_know. SOURCE: 13 Year Old Luke Builds Heavenly House In Backyard, Look Inside – It’s Amazing! Luke Thiull, 13 years old was not your typical teenager for his age, most kids have other things on their minds besides building houses, but Luke from Iowa is not like any other school going child you have seen before! This Talented kid proactively crafted his own little heaven in his own house, situate in his parents back yard; The little project cost him around $1, 500 USD but is his dream little house, come and have a look! It is incredible that this bold teenager is doing what he is doing, especially in a time, for youngsters, of smart phones, ipads and revolutionary gaming computers and systems. He decided to bust himself in a more ‘traditional’ way. He explains it all on his youtube channel about his desire to build himself a small house and how in respects to his boredom that spurred him on to do it. After a lot of thought and much consideration and quite a bit of research Luke had a pretty good idea how his plan he visualised would come to fruition! It took him in total about a year to get the money and materials all together to do the work on the house, he mowed lawns, did fund raisers online and did jobs for anyone he could and generally did anything he could to raise money. Luke was friends with someone who knew electrics and he helped him install all the electrics in exchange for Luke clearing out all his garage for him, trade for trade so to speak.
William Yudchitz and his son Daniel had already built one modern cabin on their land in far north Wisconsin, but it cost close to $100, 000 and they wanted to prove it was possible to build a well-designed tiny home on a budget. Using salvaged material and their own labor- they worked weekends for about a year-, the two architect builders built the 9-foot-by-12-foot structure for about $10, 000. Eschewing a full-perimeter foundation for eight concrete piers and screw jacks saved not only money, but left a smaller imprint on the surrounding nature and allows the family to adjust the settings as the home settles. The facilities are quite basic (e. g. a rainwater shower, a composting toilet and an outdoor kitchen), but most of the furniture transforms a Murphy bed built from a $300 kit (with hydraulics), a kinetic bathroom that enlarges for use, a fold-down dining table and collapsible chairs hung “Shaker-style”. There are beds both on the ground floor and in the nine-by-five-foot sleeping loft. There’s a roof deck fitted with a telescope for viewing the surrounding forest and Lake Superior. The black metal matches the surrounding tree trunks and the 12-foot-high, white-oak rainscreen doors close the place shut when not in use. The Yudchitzes believe their design could be copied by anyone. They’re not finish carpenters and the only skill tool they used was a miter box. Revelations Architecture: Original story.