What is the largest treehouse Pete's crew has ever built?
Measure twice, cut once, right? A poorly planned treehouse will take longer to build, will cost more and probably won't live up to your dream. Do it right the first time!
At Nelson Treehouse and Supply the way we do it right the first time is by encouraging our customers to become part of the team, sharing with us their vision for the perfect treehouse and providing feedback during each of the four steps that guide the planning process:
Concept. During a Site Visit, we listen closely to your ideas about the treehouse of your dreams. We choose the best tree(s) in which to locate your treehouse (see Tree Selection). Then, armed with details about your vision and your trees, Pete puts pencil to paper and creates drawings of the treehouse that he envisions for your unique site.
Budgeting. With the concept drawings complete (including your feedback that the drawings match your vision), a preliminary estimated budget is created.
Drafting. The concept drawings of your unique treehouse are turned into buildable plans. The drawings and a hard bid are typically completed within 2-3 weeks of the site visit.
Modeling. An optional 3-D model helps you visualize your treehouse and make changes before the build begins.