We had planned on having our tiny house chat last Monday, but our guest had a family emergency and we had to postpone to this coming Monday. We are going to be talking about building a business in your tiny house, so that you can leave behind… continues…
Ryan shares how he plans to anchor his tiny house to the trailer in this YouTube video.
“Many people have asked how do you anchor a Tiny House to the trailer so that it doesnt come off while moving down the road or get lifted off during a storm. The four front blots will help with any forces the could cause the house to slide off and the eight tie downs will prevent from any lifting forces they also have a really high sheer sideways strength.”
via Anchoring A Tiny House To The Trailer – YouTube.
Ryan gives a quick tour of the tools he’ll be using to build his tiny house. You can watch the video on YouTube too.
“Today I did a quick video of some of the tools I have on hand to build my Tiny House. These certainly isn’t all of them, but they are the main players. I will do an update after I am done building the house to talk about what I used, what I didn’t use a lot, what tools I needed to get along the way, etc.”
Ryan’s dream of building a tiny house is coming true – some assembly required. He’ll be building himself a modified Tumbleweed Fencl.
“Over four years ago I discovered Tiny Houses and fell in love with them. I have always been fascinated with alternative housing, from the time I was a boy I built countless forts in the woods. So we have arrived, I will be building my Tiny House starting in just a few short weeks!”
Follow along at The Tiny Life.
Ryan, from TheTinyLife.com, is organizing a tiny house meetup in Charlotte, North Carolina. He’s already lined up some great potential tours and topics. He’s still looking for people that are interested in contributing or participating. Get in touch with Ryan through his blog.