Finishing (most of) the Interior Walls and Ceiling

Marc Bilodeau/ Building, Tiny House

Since the cold and snow are still here in Southern Maine, tiny house work continues inside. Soon there will be more complicated projects like plumbing, or outside work such as siding when the weather is warmer. Now that the loft closet is complete, and there are several interior walls that do not require inlets from the outside, the Loft, Great Room, and Storage Loft walls can be finished. [photo

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200 Hours of Construction

Marc Bilodeau/ Building, Planning, Tiny House

200 hours, wow! How time flies when you’re having fun. It seems like a few days ago that I posted a recap of the first 100 hours of construction. In reality, it was three months ago, and this tiny house project just passed the 200 hours milestone. Regardless, everything is progressing at a steady pace. Each moment is exciting and continues to be a learning experience. Continuing the

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Tiny House Insulation – Baby, it’s cold outside!

Marc Bilodeau/ Building, Tiny House

With phase one of electricity complete, and the fact that it’s Maine and Winter, it’s time to add insulation throughout the tiny house. Although, I’m still a few steps from adding a vapor barrier and closing up every wall, it will help keep the heat inside while the inside projects continue. Compared to the last task, this one is a walk in the park. [more photos of this process] Overview As

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The Adventure of Subfloor Construction

Marc Bilodeau/ Building, Tiny House

There are many layers to a tiny house floor, and it’s easy to underestimate the time and resources required to complete the task. Properly planning what materials and tools are necessary will help achieve success. Scope of Work [Google Photo Album of the Floor Framing] While preparing for this stage of construction, it was easier to break down the job into smaller tasks. This insures

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