Watch as the Nelson Treehouse crew builds the luxurious Ananda Treehouse at TreeHouse Point. Featuring Pete Nelson & his twin boys, Henry & Charlie, this is the story behind the build of this ADA accessible treehouse at the world famous, family-owned, treehouse bed & breakfast located 22 miles east of Seattle, Washington, USA - TreeHouse Point.
This is the 1st video in a series hosted by Treehouse Master, Pete Nelson, on how to build a safe treehouse platform using our Tree Fort Hardware System. In this video, Pete goes over the each of the hardware components in the system and their basic function. Later in the series he will go into specific installation instructions for each component. Our Tree Fort Hardware System (referred to as "Backyard Hardware" in this video series) is a simplified and more economical version of the standard & heavy duty treehouse hardware we use in larger builds. This Tree Fort Hardware System is designed for small scale builds, think: kid-scale tree forts, sunset decks or tree gazebos. NOTE: Pete refers to this system as the "backyard" treehouse hardware. This is the same as the "Tree Fort" Hardware seen on our website.
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Watch the Nelson Treehouse and Supply crew as they construct another luxury treehouse on the San Juan Islands. This timelapse video documents the whole construction, from start to finish.
Join Pete and Laurel for a tour of one of Treehouse Utopia’s four rentable treehouses: Biblioteque. Wrapped around a single cypress tree, Biblioteque is designed like a cozy library, with walls of built-in bookcases and ultracomfy reading nooks.
Charlie Spitzack walks you through building a Ship’s Ladder for your Treehouse! Nelson Treehouse and Supply uses Ship’s Ladders in just about every treehouse we build, and we want you to be able to do it yourself.
Patrick teaches us how to install our suspension back-up system on a standard limb treehouse attachment bolt.