Wood Frame Sukkah Kits
POST- SUKKOT UPDATE:
A FEW WOODFRAME KITS WITH SukkahScreen WALLS still available in these sizes:
8x8, 8x12, 8x16, 12x12
Our Wood-Frame Kits employ a set of ingenious galvanized steel braces to assemble a sturdy,
reusable sukkah frame using standard-length 2x4 lumber. The only tool required
is a screwdriver. The various kits contain the braces and hardware needed to
build a sukkah ranging in size from 8'x8' to 16'x40'.
to the braces and hardware, the Wood-Frame Kit includes an illustrated Assembly Manual that is logical and easy to understand. The Sukkah Project™
was designed for the complete novice builder and requires no previous carpentry
skill or knowledge. Even a complete klutz can handle it!
the project does not come with the kit, but is easily obtained at any building
supply store using the Shopping List included with the instructions. The
project uses inexpensive, standard-length 2x4s for the frame and 1x2s or 2x2s across the roof.
Wood-Frame Kits offer a variety of options for wall cover material, including natural or
synthetic fabrics, wood lattice, plywood, or our specially-designed SukkahScreen™. The roof may be covered with
locally-gathered greenery or with specially designed Bamboo Roof Mats. [Note: COLOR of SukkahScreen™ for Wood-Frame Kits is variable--it will be either deep blue, forest green or bluish-green. If you wish to submit a preference, call or email us when ordering and we will tell you what is available].
is affordable: Wood frame kits start at $56. Cost of lumber and wall coverings
will vary. In any case, you will be able to build a beautiful sukkah for a fraction of the cost of a pre-fab sukkah of similar size.
quick and easy: First-time assembly of a smaller-sized sukkah will take about
two hours. Taking it down requires only about 30 minutes, as most screws are
left in place permanently. The sukkah stores compactly and will provide decades
of use. Reassembly in future years will take an hour or less. The work is not
strenuous and can be a lot of fun. Building a sukkah is a great family project: even the very young can help.