HUGE thanks to my top patrons – Leif Hietala, Jeff Worley, and Robb Albritton You’ll notice a few pieces of shop furniture seem to be missing. I’ve been sitting on this footage since this summer not entirely sure what I wanted to do with it since I already have 2 adirondack chair videos. I decided to give it an edit …
►Plans available here: http://www.jackmancarpentry.com/Plans/adirondack-chair ►Music by Blue Wednesday: http://soundcloud.com/bluewednesday ►More project photos: Coming soon ►Purchase chairs here: http://www.etsy.com/listing/217375592/ The most comfortable Adirondack chair you will ever find! The chairs are made from CVG (clear vertical grain) cedar and finished with 3 coats of spar urethane.
The most comfortable Adirondack chair you will ever find! This is a special design with a curved back and curved seat that makes it hard to believe you’re sitting in a wooden chair. The chair is made from CVG (clear vertical grain) cedar which always creates a beautiful finished product.
This mailbox was made completely from recycled materials. The main frame is pine boards taken out of an old church, the roof and sides are a mix of pallet wood, a birch branch, and oak scraps, and the door hardware came from some thrifty trash picking! I was winging it from the start of the project with no plans of …
I wanted to expand the uses for my utility trailer and adding the sides and cover to the trailer did exactly that. The sides are made from exterior grade OSB ripped down the middle, giving me 2′ high side walls. It is attached to the metal frame simply by screws through the steel angles. The cover is made from a …
A microburst blew through the country club and tipped the fence right over along with a bunch of large trees on the golf course. Let’s make sure that doesn’t happen again!
This deck had some wood decking that was in really tough shape and the railing were not to code (they were too short and the lattice is not strong enough). Decking was removed and replaced and railings were extended above 36″ and balusters were added.
Well it’s officially summer folks – I’m building a couple of Adriondack chairs to go out to the Finger Lakes in Central New York.
Made to fit dog door for a sliding glass door (cat approved). Interior filled with spray foam insulation to keep the heat inside the house. Sides are also covered with weather stripping to prevent drafts. Easy installation and removal – you just lift the door up slightly and the bottom swings out.
Custom built fence made to blend in with the deck rails at the house for some great design integration. Built in the shop and loaded up for delivery. Finished installation in the moonlight – that’s the winter sun for you!