TikTok of 2-Storey Shack Has SA Nervous That It's on the Verge of Collapse: “I’d Wear a Helmet at All Times”

TikTok of 2-Storey Shack Has SA Nervous That It's on the Verge of Collapse: “I’d Wear a Helmet at All Times”

  • An interesting TikTok video shows someone's creatively built home and how it was made from the inside
  • The person used the little that they had and made a shack to live in that was designed to be very spacious
  • Online users were not ready to see the architectural design of the shelter with two levels, and Kloppers spoke to Briefly News about the best wood to use for a staircase

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Man posts process of constructing two-storey shack
A man posted a video showing pictures of his multi-level shack. Image: @heroldnkosi
Source: TikTok

A sizeable shack left people amazed. The TikTok video showed someone's humble home that attracted a lot of attention from people who were both impressed and concerned about the construction.

Online users were amused when they saw the outside and inside of the shack. Peeps were left with questions about whether it was a safe shelter to live in.

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TikTokker shares video of shack with top floor being constructed

A video posted on TikTok by @heroldnkosi shows the construction of a two-storey shack. In the video, you can see that a staircase was installed.

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See the photos below:

Man shows inside of two-storey shack in TikTok
People were fascinated to see the inside of the man's multi-level shack. Image: @heroldnkosi
Source: TikTok

South Africans not convinced about two-storey shack stability

Mail and Guardian described shacks as "the new normal", and many people enjoy seeing how people make the best out of them. This one left people a bit worried as some questioned the structural integrity of the multi-level shack.

Kloppers Bloemfontein gave some recommendations for three types of wood that can be used to make a strong staircase. The Kloppers representative suggested that those on a tight budget could use Supa wood, durable and moisture resistant, which costs R239 per square meter.

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If one needs an even stronger wood, SA Pine is best at R489 per square meter. If one has more money, Kloppers recommends Shutterply for R649 per square meter.

Here is what people had to say:

Jeremiah Azo commented:

"I’d never sleep downstairs."

Mnguni said:

"I suggest wearing a helmet at all times."

Hle mentioned:

"Beautiful, but I would be scared to go upstairs."

Shamabelieve commented:

"Am not getting in there."

BONGI said:

"I think he made it to protect from too much heat when it's hot and less coldness when it's cold."

"Absolutely amazing": Lady's elaborately decorated shack has SA praising her

Briefly News previously reported that a woman who lives in a shack showed people how she turned it into a home. Facebookers were fascinated to see how the homemaker organised her place.

The post was a hit and got hundreds of likes. People were kind enough to share honest reviews about her shack.

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People were honest in the comments section. Netizens said she did a great job, and some suggested that she add colour to the room. Some even tried to help her arrange the living space better.

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