Subfloor and walls : Tiny House

The building trades students started working on this project last week and so much has happened so quickly. I have tons of pictures to share with ya’ll. If you are new here check out our Tiny House Journeyto get up to speed.

Subfloor Joists with Insulation
Subfloor Joists with Insulation
Subfloor Insulation, Rigid Foam & Great Stuff
Subfloor Insulation, Rigid Foam & Great Stuff

Marking the Floor Plates

Students Working on walls

Truss Design
Truss Design
Rear Wall
Rear Wall waiting to get put on
Walls Up
Walls Up

Added a couple Trusses

I am currently building a Tiny House. I am updating the blog as the project moves along.  Check out my post on Feb 24th to get the scoop. If you’d like more frequent updates, follow me on Twitter.

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5 thoughts on “Subfloor and walls : Tiny House

  1. Sherry

    Cute! well actually big. This looks like fun.

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  2. Cousin Josh

    Pre 1998 Dodge Diesel D350 with the 12 Valve 6BT Cummins Engine is a green way to travel. The Cummins Power Plant is Bio Fuel friendly and has great fuel MPG. Avoid the 4 speed overdrive transmission and find a good 3 speed or manual transmission truck with Dully rear wheels. My preference is the 1989 – 1993 Generation One Models. I just drove across the USA to Florida with my 1990 Dodge Diesel that was fueled on recycled hydraulic oil and then drove back to California. My return trip I pulled a 9,000lbs 34 foot triple axle Airstream Limited Classic. Happy Travels, 🙂 Josh

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    1. Petey Boy

      Could I just hire you to come pull us from WI? Thanks for the advice!

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  3. Adam

    I love this project, Petey! Building our dream house is something a lot of folk aspire to, and to see someone chasing it down is really cool.

    Keep up the good work. Miss you and my best to the family. 🙂

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