Solid Wood No Veneer Coffee Table With Drawers Plans

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RON HAZELTON:
Well I''m going to give them a hand.

And why did you guys decide on this spot? And I think it''s garden and this is my garden. And I don''s perfect. It is so like a passageway.
ERNIE:
Yeah.
RON HAZELTON:
From, from this one over here to this one. It''s the sketch. The arbor will be open on the sides except for a pair of benches looking out on both gardens. It will be topped by a gracefully curved, semi open canopy.
ERNIE:
I think it''ve begun to come together already.
[BOTH SPEAK AT ONCE]
See, it''d like it.

I think you''re probably looking at a path with the benches, because they''s plenty.
  RON HAZELTON:
Like three and a half feet.
ERNIE:
Yeah.
RON HAZELTON:
Okay. Traditionally arbors are a little wider than they are deep. I guess what I would suggest is that maybe we bring this up a little bit, so maybe it''s enough room to sit on the benches, I think that would look good.
RON HAZELTON:
There will be. This, now this won''ll have five feet --
[BOTH SPEAK AT ONCE]
ERNIE:
Does that mean you''ll have room to spare.
[LAUGHTER]
DANA:
I appreciate that.
RON HAZELTON:
With an agreement on layout, we use framing squares to make sure the corners are a perfect 90 degrees. Then we mark them with chalk and remove the two by fours.

Now, at each corner here, we''ve got to go down 42 inches, three and a half feet in order to get below the frost line. Otherwise, the ground could freeze and start pushing the posts up and that wouldn''re --
RON HAZELTON:
Now we can do it the old fashioned way with a post hole digger like this, but three and a half feet''s the vote again?
DANA:
Power auger.
ERNIE:
Power auger.
RON HAZELTON:
We''re cleared to bore our holes.

Start her up.
[SOUND OF AUGER]
As we bore deeper, it helps to lift the auger every few seconds to clear some of the soil.

Stand down. Okay. That''re going to do is take the engine off, put an extension on here and go a little deeper.
ERNIE:
Sounds good.
RON HAZELTON:
Okay. We remove the steel pin holding  the power unit to the auger, insert the extension, slide the pin back in, then remount and pin the motor.
[MUSIC] [AUGER]
Stand down.

Solid Wood No Veneer Coffee Table With Drawers Planshow to Solid Wood No Veneer Coffee Table With Drawers Plans for Finally, after removing the motor and extension, we pull out the soil packed auger bit, then bore three more holes the same way.
[SOT]
Well, our holes are down 42 inches. That wasn''t know.
[BOTH SPEAK AT ONCE]
We know how to [   ?  ].
[LAUGHTER]
RON HAZELTON:
Now I''re ready to set our posts. The green colored pressure treated lumber prevents future wood rot. After placing the first post, we use a post level to make sure that it''re going to keep putting the water on until this is saturated, so just kind of a gentle flow. And if it starts pooling up, just turn it off, let it soak back down.

As Dana continues to add water to the concrete mix, we repeatedly check the post to make sure it remains perfectly vertical.

Toward me. Oh, there we go, perfect.
ERNIE:
Okay.
RON HAZELTON:
We repeat the process with the remaining posts. As the water soaks into the dry concrete mix, we add more until the level stabilizes at the top. It takes only about half an hour for the concrete to set, and when it does, we remove the braces.

All right, that''re going to do is, for lack of a better term, I''re going to apply some cedar to this pressure treated lumber which goes down into the ground, to make it more attractive, to cover up the -- the green lumber here.

But also to give these posts some more bulk. They need, they need to, they look a little, they look too spindly now. So let''ve got the cedar laid out. We''re all the same length, I''s the way this is going to work, guys. I''ve got a line up here, it''ve carried all the way around, all four posts, all right.

We first attach two by fours to the faces of the post using rust proof screws. Then we attach two by sixes to the sides. Not only does the post look more substantial, it also has some interesting detail. With this part of our job complete, we''s HouseCalls is being brought to you by the Home Depot.
[SOUND CUT]
RON HAZELTON:
Today''ve just finished setting the posts in concrete and encasing them with cedar planks. Now we''s soon to come.

Are  you up for something a little adventurous maybe?
DANA:
Sure.
[BOTH SPEAK AT ONCE]
RON HAZELTON:
[   ?  ] perhaps. Because I''s the way we''m going to come down this way about three and three quarters of an inch. I''m going to come down here and make the line at six.

Solid Wood No Veneer Coffee Table With Drawers Planshow to Solid Wood No Veneer Coffee Table With Drawers Plans for Now I''m going to put it right on those two marks and then just trace the outline of this. Just like so and there''re going to have to get ourselves one of those.
RON HAZELTON:
Yeah. I could arrange for this.
[LAUGHTER]
Dana cuts the curve [   ?  ] with a jigsaw. Then after repeating this process on both ends of the beam, we lift the first one into position and screw it to the posts. We install two beams to each pair of posts, then trim each post to length with a handsaw.

Now we''t find a round object big enough to do this arch.
DANA:
Okay.
RON HAZELTON:
So we''ve done the 1 last update 2020/08/03 is put some small nails in here. One down here which is one end of the arch, one right here which is the center of the arch or the high part, and then one here which is the other end. Now we''t find a round object big enough to do this arch.
DANA:
Okay.
RON HAZELTON:
So we''ve done is put some small nails in here. One down here which is one end of the arch, one right here which is the center of the arch or the high part, and then one here which is the other end.

And then we''re just going kind of weave it in between the nails like that. It will bend. And since it''ve done is add two stringers in here and what we''s going to be easier to assemble this here and then set it up as one unit, okay?
DANA:
All right.
RON HAZELTON:
So I predrilled some holes down there, Ernie, in for 1 last update 2020/08/03 the end, some clearance holes. And then we''re just going kind of weave it in between the nails like that. It will bend. And since it''ve done is add two stringers in here and what we''s going to be easier to assemble this here and then set it up as one unit, okay?
DANA:
All right.
RON HAZELTON:
So I predrilled some holes down there, Ernie, in the end, some clearance holes.

Dana and Ernie attach the arched beams to the stringers with screws.

Now to finish up our canopy, I''s start right here in the center. I put some, some marks over there, you see them Ernie?

ERNIE:
Yeah, I got them.
RON HAZELTON:
You re-centered up, okay.
ERNIE:
Yeah.
RON HAZELTON:
We attach the slats starting at the center and use spacers to help us maintain a uniform distance between each one. With our canopy now assembled, we lift it up onto the beams, position it, and finally secure it in place by angling a couple of rust proof screws into each corner.

Next, we move back down to ground level in order to install four brackets that will support our two benches. Each bench seat consists of a pair of two by six cedar boards and once they''t have to change the color of it but you want to protect it. You know, I''s garden?
DANA:
Well, we decided it''m going to start a tradition.
ERNIE:
Absolutely.
RON HAZELTON:
Great job, guys.
ERNIE:
Thank you.
RON HAZELTON:
An arbor is an excellent addition to almost any size garden. In small spaces, it allows the garden to expand upward and in larger yards like this one, it can also be a decorative passageway, a transition from one area to another.

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