Heard 'bout dem Japanese toilets? Well mine still work fine without power and mine don't try to tell you what to do or how to do it. I also can handcraft the most comfortable seat for you in the industry.
Most of my units are built to accomodate a pit or can be cleaned out through a access panel, as was popular in the late 1800's. Ask for more details.
The US revolution would not have succeeded had it not been for the French so I've created this Euro-French style. Makes a dandy multi holer and in the French tradition uses a heart instead of a crescent for a door knob. The German's incidently just used an augered finger hole.
This model uses appropriate antiqued hardware.
From $ 1,000.00
How I build 'em
Bull Hill Workshop outhouses are individually designed and built based upon each customers unique requirements. However I insist on using quality materials and methods which will endure for generations of owners.
Each base is carefully crafted with pressure treated 4x4 lumber with floors made from decking stock. I consider the base to be so important that I spend most of my first day constructing it.
Each unit is carefully framed with 2x4's
Siding is usually ship lap or tongue-in-groove boards. I do not use plywood or composite materials for siding unless specifically requested by the customer.
Roofing, screening and other materials are appropriate to the customer needs.
I use screws throughout the structure and rabbet frame connections. Nails is a dirty word here but some are used on decorative touches.
Each kybo is designed and delivered with access to clean out buckets (included) or easily adjusted to accommodate a pit.
Proper windows, venting and "little" touches are also included.
Them is designed like a work of art and crafted like fine furniture.
My proudest accomplishment are all my satisfied customers!
Our crafts are produced by folk who have learned to think and problem solve without the need for dem hand held plastic brains which so many of today's over pampered, mass media influenced, "like me" zombies use.
So called smart phones are not welcome at this shop.
We Build Good Stuff
Please contact me so we may talk in order to make sure you get what you want at the price you want. If you can, I prefer that you look at the quality of my products at my workshop before you commit.
All prices are for delivery outside my shop door. Let's discuss ways ya can get these to where ya needs to.
I will not burn my brand on the product unless it earns it!
Georg Papp, Sr., OBPA
The Bull Hill Workshop
151 Bull Hill Rd
Colchester, Ct. 06415
Phone: 860 267-8123
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