Dennis’ Tiny House on Wheels

Dennis had his 24-foot tiny house on wheels build by MitchCraft Tiny Homes in Fort Collins, Colorado. The structure is built with SIPs (structurally insulated panels).

SIPs are engineers panels that are typically built with custom dimensions for each project. Instead of framing the wall with 2x4s and plywood, the builder assembles the large panels and secures them together. In the case of a tiny house the floor, walls and roof can be made from SIPs.

This module form of construction can make a very sturdy and lightweight shell in a short amount of time. The cost may be higher than typical framing, but with the potential savings on labor it may actually end up being less expensive – depending on the project requirements.

Inside Dennis’ home you’ll find a full kitchen, living area, folding dining table, bathroom with composting toilet and stainless steel shower enclosure, two lofts, and stairs that double as storage.

On the exterior you’ll find wood siding and a corrugated steel roofing used as exterior wainscoting – which gives the house a nice horizontal banding effect. On top the house there’s a simple metal shed roof – ideal for adding headroom in the loft.

To learn more about this home’s builder visit MitchCraft Tiny Homes. Mitch runs a small company, but takes the time with each homeowner to design and build the house to their specifications and tastes. If you’re looking for a custom tiny home builder in Colorado, definitely check out this tiny home builder.

5 thoughts on “Dennis’ Tiny House on Wheels”

  1. Marsha Cowan

    Wow! I LOVE this tiny house, especially the interior design with the ice box doors under the stairs. The exterior is very, very clever and beautiful, and the interior finishes and design are spectacular…warm, cozy, organized, and inviting. Really wonderful house…great job!

  2. So nice to see a comfy lounging area besides the sleeping loft. And yes, those icebox doors!

  3. I love the house but it looks a little to top heavy in a windy environment….

  4. How tall is it? And how does having a simple metal shed roof allow for greater headroom? Doesn’t it still require rafters?
    Yes very beautiful. Simplicity and grace.

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