Treehouse #B3 - Boston, Massachusetts
We were called in to fix a treehouse. Our goal was to improve safety, structural soundness, and add more fun features. So we added a slide, a sandbox, a rope ladder, and a couple fun playground style attachments inside. We made new walls, added a roof, and built it in a fun way, making it very strong, but look like a dilapidated, or if you will, funky little shack!
Fixing Old Treehouse Attachments
Aside from all of the new fun features and aesthetic improvements, we sured up the foundation of this project where it was attached to the tree. There had been a small beam screwed, nailed, and lag bolted into the tree. 13 small pieces of metal which held the board tightly to the tree trunk. We were able to remove the beam without doing further damage to the tree, and reattach it in a way that would allow the tree to keep growing over the years.
How Much Does this Tree House Cost?
While Treehouse costs vary greatly and each project is unique, we understand your need to have some idea what each project in our portfolio would cost to build. Please see our tree house pricing page for a description of the factors that go into each quote. If you have an old treehouse that needs repair, please send us photos of what you want improved, and we'll estimate the repair costs for you.