My Tiny House on Wheels

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Jeremy


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Joined Feb 28 2011
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I am a man who loves the tiny house concept not just because downsizing is less stressful, but because it is what really works when it comes to the environment and our worldwide economy.  I am building this particular house to sell.  Building a tiny house is not an easy task especially when you're building it yourself.  I am building it with quality materials and aminities.  I am also building it with pride.  I hope you enjoy observing as I progress through the various stages towards completion.  I plan on having it completed this Spring.  I am selling this one so I can afford to build one for myself.  I am disabled and have heart problems, so I take my time and get a little help when I need it.  Contact me if you have any questions.

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7 Comments

Reply DANE
7:44 PM on July 12, 2011 
2x2 In the walls would of been enough.Most Motor homes are made of 2x2's and aluminum siding.mines 32 yrs old and still standing.If someone would paint/seal all the wood as they went along.Inside and out.Imagine how long it could last.
Reply Leann
1:41 AM on June 22, 2011 
No particular connections yet but I do now of a place on Sauvies Island that is in love with the tiny houses and wants more of them. They charge 400 a month and is more like an RV park but much cuter than what you would think. Thanks for starting this blog I am stoked to be involved with other tiny house dwellers. I will post more as I learn and explore the tiny house realm of the great NW.
Reply EcoErik
1:09 AM on May 25, 2011 
The pic on my Youtube page, as of May 23rd 2011, is not my home. Mine is not that far along, yet.
I'm putting extra insulation in my home, such as making the floor and ceiling extra thick for accomodating the insulation board, argon filled windows, and other details. In this climate one can't afford to skimp in that area.
Am anxious to see your most recent progress.
Reply art
9:04 PM on March 21, 2011 
My wife and I had the opportunity to see the tiny house during the construction.We were very impressed with jeremys craftmenship.We feel this would be a great investment for someone who loves to travel.Best of luck to you Art and Laura.
Reply MsDawn
11:36 AM on March 6, 2011 
Can you tell me how to upload photos?
Reply MsDawn
11:17 AM on March 6, 2011 
Jeremy everyone starts somewhere. Our email is [email protected] feel free to contact us with questions. We are fairly new too. Moved from a huge mobile home to our small 16x24 cabin Feb 16th 2010. It is bigger than alot of the tiny homes but with our disablities we need more space... and we plan on adding a bedroom and bath... since we are both heading to being wheel chair bound. But it will still be alot smaller than we are use too.
Reply Jeremy
10:14 PM on March 5, 2011 
I bought a 30" ceiling fan for the great room. It has a light kit and has a light maple finish. It was the closest I could come to matching natural pine. The fixture is brushed nickel. I may paint the blades white.

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