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Hawley Cabin



Family project to build a cabin in rural Oregon. We received a blank shell to work from. Utilizing multiple Ryobi tools, we were able to use table saw, mitre saw, oscillating tool/saw, drills, impact driver, air compressor, orbital sander, router, and nail gun to frame three bedrooms, one bathroom, finish two lofts, lay hardwood laminate, cut insulation to fit, run electrical system, drill holes and run plumbing and drainage, install beadbard and back-splashes, cabinets, tongue and groove, rip boards for trim, install propane system, install lighting, and install shiplap walls and ceilings. See full list of tools! I used the 150 watt inverter for night light for kids, and used Ryobi work light to illuminate the main room at night. We needed music while working, and used the Ryobi bluetooth radio. This was a full Ryobi project, all tools used to build and finish our cabin were Ryobi.

Ryobi,

Thank you for the multitude of quality tools with interchangeable batteries. We were able to build out a 20 year old family dream; an off the grid cabin for our family and generations to come.

Jason

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  • Wow what an amazing project! We're so glad to hear that your RYOBI Tools helped build something the whole family can enjoy. Fantastic work, and thank you for sharing!
    By RYOBI Nation, on October 15, 2019

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Hawley Cabin

by user_stark_1280653
Oct 15, 2019
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Family project to build a cabin in rural Oregon. We received a blank shell to work from. Utilizing multiple Ryobi tools, we were able to use table saw, mitre saw, oscillating tool/saw, drills, impact driver, air compressor, orbital sander, router, and nail gun to frame three bedrooms, one bathroom, finish two lofts, lay hardwood laminate, cut insulation to fit, run electrical system, drill holes and run plumbing and drainage, install beadbard and back-splashes, cabinets, tongue and groove, rip boards for trim, install propane system, install lighting, and install shiplap walls and ceilings. See full list of tools! I used the 150 watt inverter for night light for kids, and used Ryobi work light to illuminate the main room at night. We needed music while working, and used the Ryobi bluetooth radio. This was a full Ryobi project, all tools used to build and finish our cabin were Ryobi. Ryobi, Thank you for the multitude of quality tools with interchangeable batteries. We were able to build out a 20 year old family dream; an off the grid cabin for our family and generations to come. Jason