Tag Archives: SIPs

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 […]

Tiny House – Grown and Not Built

The innovative company Ecovative recently “grew” their first tiny house. Or more precisely, after putting together the pine walls of the tiny house, they filled it with the so-called Mushroom Insulation. This insulation proceeded to literally grow in place inside the wall cavities, which already contained all the wiring and plumbing. In this way, the […]