Joined: Feb 14, 2006
|Posted: 2006-02-14 09:12 am  Permalink|
Thanks for that great tip. It's good to know how to ensure the safety of my Tiki bar - once I have one.
I've been thinking about a Tiki bar for quite a while, but haven't been sure what to do. Based on my research, I see there's lots of different kinds of Tiki bars and Tiki "huts" out there to choose from. Some of them look very flimsy and cheap, others (like yours) look to be very sturdy and more like what I often see at resorts and in the Caribbean when my family and I are on vacation. Given that you're an expert, I have several questions (if you don't mind).
1) I'm intrigued by the idea of building my own Tiki bar, using your e-book as my guide. But, I'm not a builder. I took woodshop in high school and know how to use tools. If I try to build my own Tiki bar, and I run into trouble, will you help me out?
2) How long does the roofing usually last on these Tiki bars? You mention treating it for fire-proofing, but what else can be done to prolong the life of the bar?
3) What do you charge to build a Tiki bar like the one in your e-book and on your web site? If I run into trouble building mine, would you be willing to help me out?