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wheelhouse blueprints

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I'm going to build a wheelhouse this summer and was wondering if anybody has any blueprints that they would like to share or where a good place to buy some would be.

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you wont get much for free, ice castle web page has a few different layouts. You will not find detail on line like you might hope. good luck

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I'm willing to pay for some too if that is the case.

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I built my wheel house 3 years ago, I also could not find any plans available anywhere. I went to Milaca unclaimed frieght with a note pad and a tape measure. I must say my house turned out better than I thought it was going to be when I started.

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The buddy system is best. I would find someone who has built one who lives by you or works with you.. ASK a million questions. Hopefully you know which layout you want. I have built 2 houses now and been inside several others prior to my builds. Each time i pay attention to new ideas / layouts etc. Here are some simple ground rules or suggestions;

2X2 walls 16" OC

2X4 cieling

GLUE AND SCREW

110 /12V& gas light

110 & 12V outlets

catch cover holes

thermo payne vinyl slide windows

rubber roof

alum siding

drop down trailer

vented heater

V Front is my personal choice

Foam insulation

Green Treated Floor 5/8 thick plywood

Other considerations inside

bunks

booth?

stove / oven

# of holes and where (PLAN AROUND YOUR FRAME)

Double doors if you haul wheeler??

White luann plywood on inside panneling.

indoor outdoor carpet works best on floor.

good luck

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Do a search for gordons landscape and fish houses. He is out of watertown Mn. He sells the blue prints for frames and fish houses.

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