10x10 wood gazebo plans, primitive wood patterns - Review

Categories: Woodworking Plans Dresser | Author: admin 09.12.2012

The legs of the batter board are sharpened so that they can be pushed into the ground (refer to the square gazebo plans diagram 1) quite easily.
The deck is positioned so it is about 5 inches above ground level.3) Mark one side of the gazebo with a tape and drive a second batter board into the ground. Carve into the ground about 4 inches outside of the strings to mark the perimeter of the gazebo. Drill the holes for the nails close to the ends of the boards before nailing so that the wood doesn’t split. As shown in the diagram 1 of the square gazebo plans, the ridge block is made up using six layers of 2 x 10 s glued to each other with waterproof glue.


Place the short post centered on the gazebo, then nail from beneath the 2 x 8 into the post bottom.
Secure the short post with a piece of 2 x 2 while supporting it from below using a 4 x 4 post toe-nailed to the bottom of the 2 x 8.4) Cut four 2 x 6 rafters for the corners, and eight 1 x 4 nailer boards, as shown in the rafter patterns in diagram 2 of the square gazebo plans. You can now remove the supports which are holding the ridge block up.7) Cut the intermediate rafters out according to the rafter plans.
Notice in the drawing, the short and intermediate rafters are placed beneath the corner rafter assembly for accommodating the roof slats. For doing this, make use a pair of slat-measuring jigs as seen in drawing 1 of the square gazebo plans.


Place the balusters as shown in the figure attaching them to the aprons using a pair of galvanized nails driven into every apron.



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