- Hammer – This will come in handy for any nails.
- Screwdriver & drill – Perfect for any screws you may have to attach.
- Spirit level – This is great for helping you maintain a level building.
- Stanley knife – A great option if you want to easily undo any packaging.
- Step ladder
- Tape measure
- Safety goggles
- Level ground – Just like the playhouse base, a level ground underneath the base will prevent any construction problems.
- Safe area – Make sure your playhouse is away from any other buildings or obstacles.
- Drainage – Don’t put your playhouse in a waterlogged area. This can cause rot to creep in.
- Trees – Place your playhouse away from any trees or weeds. Falling debris onto the roof can cause damage to your roof cover.
- Supervision – For safety purposes, make sure you can see your child playing at all times. Position your outdoor playhouse in a spot without any obstructions to keep your child safe.
The instillation of a playhouse can be free if you're doing it yourself. The cost of a builder can vary from place to place.
Follow the step by step instructions you've been given. Use the tips we've given above to give you a helping hand along the way.
A sturdy and solid base is what's best put under your playhouse. Grass or soil for example, wouldn't be suitable.
Yes. Every wooden building or garden building will need a base. No matter what it's made of.
We have plenty of paint options available. All of our paint is child friendly. If you're yet to purchase a playhouse, you can get a tub of paint delivered alongside. Find this under 'Optional Extras'