I built this outhouse to go with a dry cabin I'm working on, and also as an emergency backup for my house. I used treated lumber on the base/deck and splurged on T-111 for the siding. I wanted to use greenhouse polycarbonate for the roof, but found a piece of metal roofing in my shed that was exactly the right size so I used that instead. I thought about doing a fancy cutout on the door but ended up going with a half moon because it was easy. I'm thinking about cutting out stars of different sizes all over the rest of the door to let in more light. I'll trim and stain it next summer.
Built from Plan(s)
$450 - I used T-111 which is $40/sheet here in Alaska. I also used treated lumber where recommended and stainless steel screws.
Estimated Time Investment
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Type of Wood
Treated for the base and deck, plywood and whitewood for the door and seating area, T-111 siding
Recommended Skill Level
Mon, 01/13/2020 - 15:25
WHAT HAPPENS TO THE 'STUFF' THAT YOU DEPOSIT IN THE TOILET? I DIDN'T READ ANYTHING ABOUT DIGGING A PIT/TREATMENTS, ETC. PLEASE LET ME KNOW. THANK YOU! CH.