Our interior is taking shape!
Our electrical panel has four breakers (main, fridge, washer, everything else) and fuses for each 12V connection (LED lights, water pump, water heater, outlets).
Oh, we are totally in love with our floor!
All of our pine boards are white-washed and we have begun to install our reclaimed barn wood on the floor and the two smaller walls.
Our 1×8 Pine boards are installed along the two longer walls and on the ceiling.
Our house weighs 7,340 lbs without the interior fittings.
Our tiny house is insulated with closed cell spray foam!
The night before the installation of the spray foam.
Our tiny house is weatherproof and visiting its first camping ground.
Our Runaway Shanty has finally left the garage and glows in the sunshine.
The roof is almost completed.
Our tiny house is safe and sound inside the builders’ garage.
We stained our Red Cedar Shingles with an oil finish to preserve the natural look as long as possible. Also, the little storage box up front will serve as extra storage space for electrical supplies.
The back of our house before and after the siding was put on.
Our “living room” will be on this side.
Our German triple-pane windows tilt and turn to the inside.
Here you can see the trusses that form our gambrel roof – we gained a lot of headspace.
The front of our tiny house where the bathroom and our sleeping loft will be.
Our builders came up with a solution to prevent moisture from entering our house through the wheel well – a very sensitive spot.
And here comes the sheathing…
The framing has started.
The subfloor is installed.
We chose closed cell spray foam as floor insulation.
We welded the corner to use it as interior space.
Our 20′ long trailer from Tumbleweed.