Today we are going to help you learn how to make use of sandbags or earthbags that have been filled with subsoil to create an eco-friendly and perfect shed, cabin, or workshop using a video. The video is amazingly simple, and although the project does require energy and patience; it is totally worth every minute that you spend working on it.
Have you ever dreamed of creating your very own small cabin or storage space but were always unable to because you don’t know how to create one and purchasing a pre-made one is quite expensive? The video will break down the entire process into a simple and effective project that you can actually do on your own. It does require patience and energy, but we strongly suggest that you check out the video to understand just how well the outcome of the effort looks.
The whole project will cost you less than $300 and will allow you to create your very own small shed or workshop in a cost-effective manner. You will need about 600 sandbags, earth, and clay (subsoil), recycled timber, and some energy to pull this off though! The technique of building the structure is actually quite amazing because it relies on recycled or upcycled-products. Do you feel building a log-inspired side wall, or are you interested in having some river rocks installed at the entrance? Either way, there is a plethora of opportunities that you can use. Simply put, as long as it can be stuck to a wall, it is doable.
The employed concept is quite simple, but we won’t be explaining it here. In order to learn more about it, you will have to check out the video and learn about this amazing technique. What we will tell you is that this project is worth your time and effort!