Tiny Tack House Plans — The Tiny Tack House Q - How big is your trailer? A - 7 x 20 5,000 Dual Axel Utility Trailer with load up to 10,000 Capacity. Q - How long did it take to build? A - Seven months from delivery of the trailer. Q - How many man hours did it take to build? A - Just over 800 hours of work, done by two people. Q - Did you have any building experience before building the tiny house? A - No, just some basic shop class skills from HS. Q - How big is your fridge? A - The fridge we picked up from Home Depot was a magic chef 4.0 cubic feet fridge with freezer on top. Q - How much did it cost to build? A - Not completely calculated yet, but roughly between $15,000 -$20,000. Q - What is the capacity of your fresh water tank? A - The tank can hold 40 gallons of fresh water. Q - Has anyone thought you were crazy going through with the build? A - Yes! Q - What size bed can you fit up in the loft? A - We have a Queen sized 5.5 memory foam mattress up in our loft. Q - Where did you pick up your wine barrel for your shower?
Tiny Diamond Homes Home Four Lights Tiny House Company $10k DIY Off Grid Solar Tiny House This 185 sq. ft. off-grid solar tiny house design was submitted as part of LaMar’s off grid tiny house design contest where you can win up to $500 if you submit a design before 6/30/14. Jonathan Marcoux’s squared eco house is 12’3″ x 12’3″. It has a water harvesting system, solar heating, solar panels, aquaponics farming system, and more. Construction will be primarily 2″x4″. Heating will be provided mainly by firewood but a propane system can be integrated as a back up. Water heating in the summer is taken care of by a solar roof water heater. Learn more over at the original post at Simple Solar Homesteading. Also- see how you can win up to $500 cash for designing & submitting your own off grid tiny house design using SketchUp! Do You Think It Can Really Be Built for only $10k? Just curious.. If you enjoyed this $10k DIY off grid solar tiny house design Re-Share it using the buttons below, join our Free Daily Tiny House Newsletter for more and join the conversation in the comments below!
Rolling Cabins by Wheelhaus | Luxury Recreational Park Trailers Our “Rolling Cabins” are completely unique in the RPT industry. Innovative design, space management, high standards of quality, top of the line materials, creativity and a passion for sustainable building practices, all combine to produce the most extraordinary RPT’s in existence. Our cabins are designed to offer a combination of rustic and modern aesthetics. The “Wedge” design features an angled roof, which starts low above the bedroom and builds to 17 feet in the living room. Trapezoidal windows grow similarly from back to front, offering natural light while maintaining privacy. The front of the cabin is almost entirely glass. Each cabin has one bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen/living room and a private deck. The bedrooms are sized to fit a king size bed with two side tables and linen lamp style sconces. The kitchen/living room was designed to offer both comfort and functionality. Our bathrooms are also small but functional. Have more questions?
devrais je vivre dans une tiny house? Prairie Rose | Tiny Green Cabins A “Sweet Life” series tiny house The Prairie Rose tiny house, micro home is built to the specifications of our “Sweet Life” tiny house series. The steel welded floor system is welded to the trailer. The wood frame work is screwed together with an expanded loft with Marvin Integrity windows for a more open feel. A reading nook surrounded by windows brings the outside – inside. You can buy this plan during the 2013 Minnesota State Fair for just $39.00. Prairie Rose Dimensions Cabin Size: 8′ x 18′Road height when mounted on Trailer: 13′-5″Approximate weight: 7000 – 9000 lbsPorch: 3′ x 3′Loft Height: 3′-8″Ceiling Height: 6′-3″Reading NookExpanded Loft
index.html-eco built-small home-oil field housing-tiny house-emergency housing-eco community How to Build a Tiny House Video Series & Construction Guide Dan Louche at Tiny Home Builders has been busy building another tiny house and recording the process in an instructional video series. The videos are now available through his website and show how to build a tiny house step-by-step. Dan tells me: “The library is currently has 22 videos and over 3 hours of footage. Dan also gave me a peek at the videos themselves, and I’m happy to report they are very well done. In many ways this instructional video series delivers a lot of the same kind of information you might get from a tiny house building workshop. Dan also has offers a Tiny House Construction Guide and tiny house plans. So if you’re planning to build a tiny house, or building one now, you should take a peek at what Dan offers… you may find the answers to your building questions in his construction guide and video series. This is the kind of information the wider tiny house community has needed for years.