Awesome! Thanks Square Eye!
#1 Looks a tad complicated by reading it, but I am sure it will all make perfect sense when actually doing it
#2 You’re talking about the underside correct? R19/Hardware cloth under the floor joists.
I’m guessing you mean faced insulation, with the face towards the ground?
No Plastic sheathing of any sort? Figuring being off the ground that high should reduce the chance of moisture problems.
I have not made up my mind to insulate this addition or not…since I am hoping it will be a temporary structure. Most likely will because I think the cost will be minimal. But if I choose not to, will hardware cloth be sufficient? (to keep pests out from under the joists)
I know I originally stated it would be approximately 2’ off the ground, which it may very will be, but I have been entertaining the thought of dropping it down a little to have a higher ceiling in the room.
#3 Will there be any code issues with the hole being empty (form the ground level, down 12” to the concrete footing)?
Will I have to worry about water pooling or otherwise effect the PT posts?
I thought I was reading about span distance regarding 2x’s in this forum.
Would I be able to go with just 2 sets of footings (2x = house, 2 footings spaced roughly 4’ apart) by using 2”x6”x12” or should I go even bigger (8”, 10”, 12”)?
Even though this is “supposed” to be a temporary structure, I want to build it properly.
*Edit: Another Sketch