This tiny house, designed by Lucy Neely and Zephyr Quirk, built from trees Neely milled from her parents’ property, will become their home once it is transported to the Bay Area.” – Karen Rifkin for Ukiah Daily Journal
Read more about this tiny house project at the Ukiah Daily Journal. Can’t wait to see this house finished.
A shed on the roof of a Suzuki. The breadth of creativity out there never ceases to amaze me. Wouldn’t it be cool if the shed/house could dismount?
via The America Dream.
The folks over at Tiny House Over the Hill are making great progress on their tiny home and feeling some of the pain of working with some of the steps in the construction progress.
“Installing a standing seam metal roof is not for the faint of heart. This, by far, has been the most challenging aspect of this project. Why a metal roof, you might ask.”
Continue reading about Tiny House Over the Hill: Roof and siding and windows, oh my!.
The folks at Tiny r(E)volution are making quick progress on their tiny house.
“Installing a metal roof can be as easy as screwing a few corrugated panels on the roof or as difficult as crafting custom standing seam and using multiple trim pieces to obtain a fluid roofline. Whatever the case, it is a job that when done right provides an amazing result and really puts a nice finishing touch on your house. For our tiny house we chose to use a Gulf Seam product manufactured by Gulf Coast Supply & Manufacturing.”
Watch on YouTube: How-To Install a Metal Roof on your Tiny House (part 1) and (part 2).