The cabin will just be a shell, nothing in the inside - we'll be placing beds in the room and chests for storage and a table with chairs.
I'm able to build these myself, but i need to be 'up to code'.
I looked at the code, but i'm no engineer, and it looks like i need to use 2x6's for the roof, and 2x8's for the floor - is this right?
and, i do not know what size stud goes in each corner - it looks like code says a 6x6 goes in each corner. is that right?
And, lastly, the code looks like i cannot use pressure-treated lumber as the studs to the walls in the cabins. and, i cannot use pressure treated plywood for the floor. is that right? i have to use all non pressure treated lumber ?
so, i need to know something like this.....
I use 2x4 studs everywhere, and space them 16" apart - right?
the floor joists are 2x8's
the roof joists are 2x6's.
the corner studs are 6x6's.
floor wood is plywood sheets, not OSB.
no wood in a occupied by people building can have pressure treated lumber as studs or flooring.