You might not know much about them, but there are many military housing communities in the US. The estates have been set up to provide Army, Navy, and Air Force personnel with somewhere to live when they are not on duty. Their families can stay there all year round, and that means there is lots of support for partners and children. When redesigning a military home, there are lots of things you might like to consider.
We’ve come up with some cool DIY ideas to get you started. With a bit of luck, they could make your home a lot more suitable for the life you lead.
Ultris Courthouse Square are thriving at the moment because more and more people are choosing to protect their country. So, we hope this post has wide appeal. Of course, you don’t have to follow our suggestions to the letter. They are simply there to give you some much-needed inspiration.
Build an assault course in the garden
Keeping fit when you are not on duty can be very difficult. After spending so many months away from your family, it’s hard to do anything other than spend time with them. Building an assault course in your garden is a brilliant way of staying in shape without having to leave your property. All you need are some logs from your local building supplier, some netting, and some old tires. Just make sure you don’t do too much damage to your lawn. One of the best things about building an assault course is that your children can get involved too. By completing the course with your little ones, you can give them a taste of what your working life is like.
Add a gym to your home
For the same reasons building an assault course is a wise move, you should also consider adding a gym to your home. If you don’t have much space downstairs, you will have to use a spare bedroom. All that gym equipment is very heavy though. So, it makes sense to reinforce the floor before transporting it up there. It’s also a good idea to fit some large mirrors to the walls so you can watch yourself working out. Those of you who find it easier to use the running machine while listening to music should buy a decent sound system and add some speakers.
Create a home cinema
After spending so much time working away from your family, watching films together could be the perfect way to spend some quality time. Presuming you have enough space, creating a home cinema could be a fantastic idea. You just need to soundproof the room you intend to use, and then purchase a decent projector. You can also get some comfortable cinema seats if you want to go all out. However, sofas are usually more suitable.
We hope the simple DIY concepts you’ve just read will have sparked your imagination. You only spend a couple of months at home each year, and so it’s best to ensure your property is of the highest standards possible. The last thing you want is to come home to a dump where you can’t perform your fitness routine. Good luck with the improvements!
If you want something done, do it yourself; other wise it’ll never get done. Learn to do it if you don’t know and never despair until you finish what has to be done.