Breakfast on the ranch

Spent a couple of weeks on the ranch building a storage/cabin where we can store tools and materials for the eventual construction of the main house.

Ohia Tree Logs
Ohia Trees are a vital component when it comes to supporting the foundation and overall stability of a building. The strength and durability that they provide is unmatched, and fortunately we have an abundance of them here on this property. However, it is with great sorrow that I must report that a significant portion of our Ohia Trees are beginning to show signs of disease. Unfortunately, this illness is spreading from the top down, causing many of these trees to die off much earlier than expected. Although this is a troubling development, it may still be possible to save and preserve some of these trees before the disease becomes too advanced. It is important to take immediate action to address this issue and find a solution to preserve the Ohia Trees on our property, not only for aesthetic purposes, but for the safety of our building's structure as well.
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The Foundation
When building your cabin, it's important to choose the right wood size. We recommend using 2x6s in 12 or 16 foot lengths for an A-frame or straight wall design. Using whatever lumber is available can result in creative solutions for storage or living areas in a 12x16 cabin. Keep in mind that being resourceful is crucial for the cozy cabin you've been dreaming of. Let's talk more about your plans and how we can make them a reality.
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Installing walls is one of the essential steps in constructing a building. If you are a DIY enthusiast or a handyman who wants to tackle this task, lumber sizes are an essential consideration in purchasing your materials.Fortunately, most local hardware stores carry a variety of lumber sizes that are perfect for building walls. The following are a few tips that can help you choose the right materials. First, determine the wall framing layout for your project. It would be best to have a clear idea of the wall height, thickness, and spacing between studs. These details will help you determine the required lumber sizes. Second, most standard wall frames require 2"x4" or 2"x6" studs, which are readily available in most hardware stores. These materials are versatile and lightweight, making them ideal for wall framing applications.
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The very first structure

We’re building a new storage unit on our property! This will help us get ready for our next project, a beautiful 2-bedroom home that’s 1,000 square feet big. The storage unit will be really useful for keeping our tools and equipment safe. We’ll also provide water and electricity for our clients to make their work easier. Our team of builders and designers are experts and we’re sure the storage unit will be great for everyone. We’ll be sharing more updates on this exciting project soon!

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Phase I of our Hawaii Project

It was a land we purchased about a year ago and we just finally got the chance to begin working on it. The land pretty much has everything we need to turn it into something we can live on and creating long lasting memories for our family, relatives and friends. 

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