100 Hours of Construction

Marc Bilodeau/ Building, Planning, Tiny House

Last week marks the first 100 hours of construction. So far, everything is progressing nicely and every moment working on the tiny house is fun and a learning experience to say the least. It wasn’t that long ago when the first hour of construction began. Since then, it’s been a steady race to finish the exterior and beat the winter weather of Maine. The Beginning As with any idea,

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Loft Floor Framing and Sheathing

Marc Bilodeau/ Building, Tiny House

With the main floor complete, the next major step in construction is framing and sheathing the loft floor and roof. This step completes the rough framing and pave the way to the individual systems such as plumbing, propane, and electricity. The loft floor in this tiny house on wheels consists of a sleeping area, closets, and storage loft. Although there are changes to this floor plan, the layout of

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Main Floor Framing and Sheathing

Marc Bilodeau/ Building, Tiny House

With the subfloor complete, the next major step in construction is framing the main floor. This is certainly an exciting part of the project because it is starting to look like a tiny house. The main floor in this tiny house on wheels consists of the bathroom, kitchen, and great room. Although there are some minor changes to this floor plan, the layout of where the

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