Our Builds: The Red House

Our Builds: The Red House

The Red House is a beautifully built 192 square foot micro home shell. The open concept main floor includes a built-in kitchen counter, as well as a small finished room that could be used as either storage or a bathroom.
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Behind the Scenes with Vanlifer Jarrod Tocci

Behind the Scenes with Vanlifer Jarrod Tocci

Like all of us at Tiny Life Supply, Jarrod is passionate about the tiny house movement and was thrilled to discuss all things tiny life with me.
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A Complete Guide to Setting Up a Water System in a Tiny Home

A Complete Guide to Setting Up a Water System in a Tiny Home

Designing a water system for a tiny house while also keeping water conservation in mind requires some thinking and tinkering. I’ve put together some notes based on what I’ve learned from designing and building the water system for the Leahnardo tiny house.
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Matt & Sarah | Tiny House Build

Matt & Sarah | Tiny House Build

Whether you are contemplating a tiny house project of your own, researching the best tiny house appliances to use, or simply curious about the tiny living movement, this is a web series you don't want to miss!
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The Dragon Fly House

The Dragon Fly House

Holly and I’s cabin was never a set in stone plan, really more of an idea that evolved organically.   From day one the dream came as we sat by the pond and looked at the beautiful trees. The location called to us, it begged for something.
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The Move

The Move

I built these houses to move. We moved them with steel beams, bottle jacks, and a trailer. The initial move was from one side of the property to the other. It went well, no windows shattered, and the doors still open nicely.
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Water and Waste

Water and Waste

Don't be intimidated about plumbing. It's a lot of fun and PEX is easy. My system includes: a tanks, strainer, pump, accumulator, water heater, sink, and shower. 
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Heat

Heat

I live in a place with cold winters, so I choose to use a small wood stove with a propane heater. My thinking was to use the wood as a primary source, and the propane if I ran out of wood, or decided to go skiing for a weekend out of town. Couldn't let the pipes freeze.
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Solar Energy

Solar Energy

There's a lot of components with today's solar kits. I really enjoy wiring and electricity. I have experience wiring AC, so it was nice to dive into the DC world. I was lucky enough to have a knowledgeable friend help me out, and set me in the right direction.
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Siding - Exterior and Interior

Siding - Exterior and Interior

This is where you can set yourself apart. I played around with colors when finishing my exterior siding. It was risky, but worth it. I used local cedar siding, and many stains to make it look the way it does. Be careful!
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Roofing, Windows, and Doors

Roofing, Windows, and Doors

In the two micro homes I've built, I used both new and recycled windows. In my experience the local window stores usually have a section hidden in the back with left over windows. You can usually pick them up for cheap. Recycled windows can take a lot of work to refinish.
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Framing

Framing

I used two different framing methods when building my micro homes: The first, post and beam; the second, conventional 2x6 framing.  I really love the beauty of post and beam.  The first house I built, I treated it like an art project; it was a home I was going to live in.  
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