How to Make an Entire House in Just 15 Minutes
In this video series, we’re going to teach you how to build a whole house in 15 minutes, with the help of all the DIY essentials.
In this first installment, we’ll build a two-story house, with a basement.
The house is made with the following materials:A 5’x6’x5′ planter with an attached door, window and rail.
A 2’x4’x2′ wall of 4×4 boards.
A 10’x8’x7′ wall.
A 12’x11’x10′ floor.
A 4’x3’x1′ wall with a hole in it.
A 5 foot by 6 foot frame.
A wall of 1/2 inch by 2 inch tiles.
A wood plank and 2 x 8 feet of 6 inch plywood.
A 3 inch by 1 inch board.
A 1 foot by 2 foot fence.
A 9 foot by 10 foot patio.
A small closet with a window.
A large kitchen with a refrigerator and stove.
A large bathroom with a shower and vanity.
A table with an iron counter top.
A fireplace with a gas stove.
A big closet with the doors wide open.
The top of the house is the garage.
The bottom is the backyard.
It has four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
It also has an entryway that connects to the basement.
The first thing to do is build the garage:The garage is a big circle of plywood that can be used for almost anything.
In this photo, you can see that I used the roof of the garage to connect the garage and the backyard to the backyard, and the garage door is the doorway to the garage entrance.
The roof of a garage can also be used to connect to the outside of the yard, or the garage can be raised out to the front yard.
You can also build a small patio to the rear of the front porch, but this is a little more complicated.
The next step is to build the entryway.
We’re going with a 4′ by 3′ by 2′ planer, which is perfect for this house.
To build this planter, we first cut out a rectangle about the size of your house, so that you can fit your wall on top of it.
The planter is then covered with 2 1/4 inch ply wood and nailed to the planter.
Once the planer is nailed to your wall, the plan is secured with a 2′ x 4′ piece of 4′ x 6′ plywood, and then glued to the wall using 4 1/8 inch nails.
You can also use a wood glue stick or 2 1-inch screws to secure the plan.
Now that the plan has been nailed to a wall, it’s time to add some wood to the roof.
The roof is a 3′ x 3’x 2′ square of 4 1 / 2 x 4 1 1/ 2 inch ply board.
It can also fit a roof fan, and we’ll use it to power the heater.
With the plan, you have a little extra wood to add to the top of your porch.
After adding a little wood, you’ll add some more to the underside of the plan to make the patio.
This patio is about 8 feet long and 5 feet wide.
We added 2′ of wood to it to make it taller, and cut 2′ from the bottom of the porch to make room for the fan.
Then we used 3 1/3 inch screws to attach the plan onto the porch.
This patio is now finished!
We’re not going to build this house with a backyard garden yet, but you can still build a patio in the backyard using the plan we built.
We’re going down this path with some of the other DIY ideas that I’ve been working on recently, and this is one of my favorites.
If you like this series, you might like my video series on Home Improvement 101: Building a DIY Entire Home in Just 5 Minutes.