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MigraineCraftsman
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# Posted: 5 Apr 2019 21:54
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Hello all,

Let me introduce myself, I go by Migraine Craftsman and I build small homes for a living. I build small so regular people can afford housing. I just finished a 930 square foot house on youtube and now I started this 448 square foot cabin.

I do things a bit different, what I mean is I SHOW all the PRICES as I move forward in different stages of construction.

Here is a link to the video of falling trees and the price of all the labor is at the end of the video. I also attached the layout for the cabin.

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MigraineCraftsman
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# Posted: 7 Apr 2019 20:09
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Here are some pictures from the latest video I just did.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3sZyarf_Rrg

Feel free to ask any questions, as I made the channel to show you don't need to spend a fortune to build a small house.
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Princelake
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# Posted: 8 Apr 2019 06:52
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You should say where your located pricing can be a lot different in different areas.

MigraineCraftsman
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# Posted: 8 Apr 2019 07:46
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The cabin is in North Georgia. It will be a 1 bedroom 1 bath cabin with a deck out back.

I should be starting the foundation within a week or two.

Brettny
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# Posted: 10 Apr 2019 12:17
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Only having a master bath is kind of odd. I understand that its only a 1br. I m still in the planing stages of my build but i found 16ft wide to be very limited with the bedroom and bathroom on the samr end of the house. Going to a shower could help this some.

MigraineCraftsman
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# Posted: 10 Apr 2019 12:50
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Brettany, what's the size of your cabin? I'd be curious to see it.

The bathroom is going to have a walk in shower but it is a 5 footer. It will also have a seat in it.

I used this shower in another build take a look here at 10:28 video mark.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iSJ25v5Orc

Also the reason I am going 16 wide is that I can use regular dimensions lumber of the shelf no need for trusses of any kind. It is cheaper that way.

Brettny
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# Posted: 11 Apr 2019 08:56
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Im still in the planing stages and drawing a 16ft wide cabin i realized this real quick.

20ft wide you dont always need trusses. Most likely just collar ties. And you could build trusses from regular lumber if you so like. Really all depends on what snow load and other things in your area. But i can tell you that you only build it once and live in it many times a year. So a few extra bucks or more time shouldnt be the deciding factor in the layout.

MigraineCraftsman
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# Posted: 11 Apr 2019 14:39
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Brett

I toyed with the idea of 20 wide, had a nice simple 20by30 layout.

We'll see how this turns out, I'll share all the major expenses on my channel as I usually do, so maybe that can help you a bit with planning.

Brettny
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# Posted: 11 Apr 2019 15:17
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What program do you use for the interior layout? I was useing "floor plan creator" but it has limits. Cant screen shot my screen and wont allow me to save as an image or export. So basicly i cant print and can only view from the phone i created it in.

MigraineCraftsman
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# Posted: 11 Apr 2019 20:50
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Chief Architect it's 12 years old but it works and is simple that's why I still use it. (pc software)

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