I considered using the Envi Heater as a primary heat source when plans for the tiny house were coming together. In the end, I decided to go with a wall mountable HVAC unit as a primary heat source. Thankfully, it has been running quite well over the past year. However, I have an Envi Heater in the tiny house as a secondary heat source.
700 hours of construction! Wow! It’s been a little over four months since crossing the 600 hours milestone. The majority of the last 100 hours has been during the summer and into the fall months of Maine. The weather was very good, with bouts of heat and humidity during the middle summer months. Otherwise, perfect for outdoor activities before and after the hottest parts of
There are some major milestones that make the tiny house feel like a home. The plumbing, eating area, couch, and kitchen are some of those milestones. However, having propane to heat water and cook takes that feeling to the next level. I’ve certainly enjoyed the many do-it-yourself projects in this tiny house. My goal is to do as much as possible with my father
The Internet of Things and home automation! I’ve been looking forward to adding them to the tiny house. I began the tiny house journey with a dream and no construction skills. In time and with the help of my father, I’ve learned a lot and have come to appreciate the skillset needed to build anything. As the end of the construction phase approaches, the next
600 hours of construction! It’s been five months since crossing the 500 hours milestone. The majority of the last 100 hours has been during the winter and spring months of Maine. The weather was favorable until the end of December. It was bone-chilling cold and snowy until early April when everything began to thaw. Thankfully, the majority of the projects happened inside the tiny house.
The kitchen is one of the most important areas in any house. It has to be functional and flow naturally. Cooking, cleaning, and preparing are essential parts of a kitchen’s work flow. Therefore, the use and location of the stove, sink, refrigerator, and storage are paramount. Since space is a premium, every precious inch in a tiny house kitchen must cater to the cook’s
In Maine, there was a very long cold spell between Christmas through the first week and a half of January. The temperatures (in Fahrenheit) were in the single digits during the day and negative numbers at night. That doesn’t include the windchill. However, something happened during this cold spell that made me rethink my tiny house heating plan. What Happened? My recreational room has
400 hours of construction! That’s another 100 hour milestone crossed. It seems very predictable now that a 100 hour milestone happens every 3 to 4 months. During the last 100 hours, projects focus on details and some finish work. The majority of the last 100 hours have been during late spring to late summer in Maine. The weather has been favorable for outside work.
The kitchen is one of the most important areas in any house. It has to be functional and flow naturally, which makes cooking and food preparation more efficient. Since space is a premium, every precious inch in a tiny house kitchen must cater to the needs of the cook. This tiny house kitchen attempts to do just that. That being said, it’s no small