10-Foot Wide Tiny Home by Nelson Tiny Houses

A popular trend in the world of tiny houses on wheels is to build the home 10-feet wide. While this is over the road limit of 8-feet, 6-inches, most people don’t move their tiny homes often and obtaining a temporary oversize load permit to move the house is usually not too hard to obtain.

The builder of this home is Nelson Tiny Houses, located in Nelson, British Columbia. The homes they build are always filled with beautiful custom woodwork and every detail carefully thought-through.  Subscribe to the Nelson Tiny Houses YouTube Channel for more videos from this tiny house builder.

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Video and image by Nelson Tiny Houses.

Learn to Build a Tiny House with Nelson Tiny Houses

This summer the folks at Nelson Tiny Houses will be filming a how-to series that will show owner builders how to build their own tiny homes.

Soon they’ll launch a KickStarter for those who want early access to the how-to video series – and for those who just love their work.

Speaking of their work, take a look below and head over to the Nelson Tiny Houses website. Once there you can learn more about the upcoming KickStarter campaign.

Nelson Tiny Houses is Blogging as they Build – Follow Along!

The first priority for our first week of building was establishing a temporary support structure. We are building this V House (which we have given the slightly clinical term-of-endearment “V2”) on a wooden subfloor resting on top of some massive tree stumps. Once the building is done and we are ready to move V2 to its new home, we will jack it up, remove the subfloor and lower it onto the trailer. Easy, right? Here’s hoping!” – Nelson Tiny Houses

Read and see more at Nelson Tiny Houses – Building Blog.

“V” House by Nelson Tiny Houses

This tiny house is adorable and efficient. It will work well either as a backyard office or writing studio separate from the house, or as a home for one person who wants to live small.” – Nelson Tiny Houses

See more of the “V” house by Nelson Tiny Houses.