Mezzanine Floor Complete – green oak barn

Saturday 10/7/21

Yesterday I went to Chandlers to see if they had chipboard flooring. The current materials shortage meant they haven’t had any for many weeks. However, nine boards had just arrived and I needed nine to put the floor in the mezzanine. It was my lucky day. But they were expensive at £18 a 600 x 2400mm sheet. Today I fitted them.

I’m going to use this area for storage – of wood mainly. I didn’t lay the flooring right up to the edges as that would have been a waste. Instead I put in short vertical pillar to stop wood slipping off the edge.

Mezzanine floor

It’s going to be fantastic having dry storage for long bits of wood that isn’t a room in the house.

Storing long bits of wood

Key posts

How it started
The plan
The site folder
Dealing with wonky timber
Moving into the third dimension
Raising the Barn
Putting up the softwood roof
Fixing the wall panel frames: Day 1
Roof complete



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