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      Build a Homemade Pvc Pipe Backyard Cabana Project

      Materials for Frame needed:
      Eight 10-foot 1 ½-inch schedule-40 PVC pipes
      10 feet of 2-inch-diameter ABS pipe
      Four 1 ½-inch schedule-40 L-shaped pipe fittings
      Four 1 ½-inch T-shaped pipe fittings
      Masking tape
      Matte-silver spray paint
      Twenty ¾-inch self-tapping metal screws

      Materials for Curtains needed:
      10 yards of 54-inch-wide outdoor fabric
      36 feet of #2 double-loop chain (to weigh down fabric on windy days)
      2 rolls of heavy-duty fusible sewing tape

      It’s actually cheaper to purchase premade curtains.

      Tools needed for project:
      Post-hole digger
      Tape measure
      Pencil (for marking measurements)
      2-foot level
      Iron (for heating/pressing sewing tape)
      Sewing machine (optional)
      Electric drill with bits
      Heavy-duty wire cutters
      2 ladders (one for each builder)


      This Do It Yourself project was created by a person who wanted to share their experience they went through to build a backyard cabana on a budget. They built it for about $300, but a lot of the expense was the curtain fabric. It would cost less to purchase ready made curtains.

      The construction is pretty basic, setting up a pvc frame and sliding some curtain panels on it. If you want you can create a base at each of the 4 corners on the ground and just hold them in the ground using concrete and the leave it so you can easily remove your cabana during inclement weather.

      If you still need the Step By Step: DIY Cabana Project

      ● Has an easy to follow 6 step instruction guide to ensure your result will perfect
      ● Each of the steps include at least one full color photo to depict the primary focus of the step

      Click here to read about how to build a homemade Pvc pipe backyard cabana project:

      Tip: Use ready-made curtains with tabs.

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