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Old 30-12-2012, 05:38 PM   #12 (permalink)
benlovesnuk
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Many levels give a nice feature
and add a bit more danger for the occupants.

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So now we had found our ricebarn we had to get it dissmantled. Some fellas happily obliged, lukcily for us.
Did they soak the wood to reduce damage when dismantling?

The designs are not finished, and can always be adapted to suit how safe it will keep the inhabitants when built. The ricebarn was moved some months ago, Im very happy with the team and the middleman we used. The wood is in a very healthy condition. To answer your question I dont know that they soaked the wood. The only wood that needs replacing is the battons that run along the rafters, this is because poor tiles had let in water. However I know of many good wood yards that have cheap hardwood to recover this situation.

All in all this should be an interesting project.
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