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Lighthouse Garden Shed

comments (2) August 11th, 2011 in Project Gallery
Iceboound Iceboound, member

This lighthouse is a combination wellhouse and garden shed. It was build on Quadra Island, British Columbia and replicates a local lighthouse at Cape Mudge. The lights come on with motion detectors and act as a yard light. The shed is insulated under the slab with R-tech foam, and framed with pressure treated 2x4 with R-14 rockwool insulation and R-Tech foam on the interior walls and ceiling, and finished with birch ply g1s.  The building is 6-sided and measures 10 ft across. The exterior is sheeted with pressure treated ply and finished with cedar shingles.

Design or Plan used: My Own Design - Bruce Birnie
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Comments (2)

Kaydot Kaydot writes: Is it possible to get your plans and materials list? This is exactly what I need. Beautiful work.
Posted: 11:39 am on May 29th

Frostbite26 Frostbite26 writes: This is a great piece! What is in the works to come, be curious to see some more of your work.
Posted: 4:27 pm on October 29th

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