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How to build your own tiny house on wheels from expanding the trailer to framing the walls and roof

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How to build your own tiny house on wheels from expanding the trailer to framing the walls and roof

How to build your own tiny house on wheels from expanding the trailer to framing the walls and roof

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This video takes you through a walk through of the construction of a tiny house on wheels. This is actually quite a large example of a tiny house.

You will learn how to cut, drill, and weld on metal supports to expand a trailer foundation, learn how to install foam insulation and put a subfloor down, learn how to level a trailer and make sure the foundation is square so you have straight walls, and finally learn how to frame the walls and roof of this extra-tall tiny house.

What is a tiny house?

A growing band of people are ditching the idea of a big home and mortgage for something smaller and more affordable known as a Tiny House.

It is a global movement that took prominence after 2005’s Hurricane Katrina in the USA when so many people lost their homes.

Simply put, it is a social movement where people are choosing to downsize the space they live in. The typical American home is around 2,600 square feet, whereas the typical small or tiny house is between 100 and 400 square feet.

There is limited space with no room for clutter and many of the homes are portable and on wheels.

A tiny house is commonly all off grid. They’ve got things like composting toilets, laundry and a grey water processing unit on one side and a lounge room with a bed that drops down from the ceiling. Solar panels on the roof and a water tank to store rainwater.

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Best sustainable homes, green homes, and tiny house series
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Episode 2 https://youtu.be/sSzKq9vVPpc
Episode 3 https://youtu.be/VlhQbAImX48
Episode 4 https://youtu.be/msUbujLMJj0
Episode 5 https://youtu.be/FHtswkQE-Vk
Minimise waste https://youtu.be/1icBT_bp1yc
Power of the sun https://youtu.be/0VK7gPf79CU
Rain water, grey water, and water efficient gardens https://youtu.be/jNLpK4zy88g
Tiny house tour https://youtu.be/z3_I9Eb4xjY
Matchbox tiny house https://youtu.be/cEI4PlPeLdo
Episode 7 https://youtu.be/6dqrX38hVsQ
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by Nicholas


Today I’m going to show you a tutorial on How To Build A Wooden Starter House / Starter Home in Minecraft.
This is one of the best wooden starter houses / starter homes out there, it won’t get any better than this. This wooden starter house / starter home is perfect for whose who seek simplicity and easy to get materials such as oak wood and cobblestone. Give this video some love by leaving a like on the video.
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Building on an Island – Luxury Prefab Cottage Builders – Royal Homes

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Building on an Island – Luxury Prefab Cottage Builders – Royal Homes

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This is a video of a Royal Home Island cottage being set up! Royal Homes has been around for many years and established themselves as a premier developer of pre-fabricated houses and cottages in Canada. The company brings unsurpassed expertise into all of their prefabs. Customization and attention to detail are two aspects that set us apart from everyone else. When you build with Royal Homes, you get exactly what you want because of the vast customization options available. It’s easy to make a Royal cottage your own, no matter where you want to build.

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Stanford engineers build an earthquake-resistant house

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Stanford engineers build an earthquake-resistant house

Twenty-five years after the Loma Prieta earthquake, a Stanford team develops inexpensive design modifications that could be incorporated into new homes. By outfitting their boxy, two-story house on sliding isolators so it skated along the trembling ground and including extra-strength walls, they created a home that could replace the need for residential earthquake insurance.


by Nicholas


I have amazing news, yes, I’m building my first house in my home town of Louisiana closer to my family. I feel like this was a right time in my career to make a bigger investment that will benefit my future.

FQA: Of course I will always need to be in California since that is where the majority of my work is, which won’t be a problem, and is only a flight away. I’ll also be leaving my other vehicle there for my needs of travel in LA. So get ready my Dylanators, more new and exciting things to come in my career, and a new house to go along with it.. Looking forward to share this extra chapter in my life with you all. Of course, Thanks for everything, I love you always!


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Want to Build an Off Grid Home for less than $10,000? Try this

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Want to Build an Off Grid Home for less than ,000? Try this

Ryan is building an affordable off grid sustainable Earthship in the High Desert Mesa of New Mexico for less than ,000
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17 Self Sustaining Homes

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17 Self Sustaining Homes

From The Dome Homes to The Solar House in Spain here are 17 Self Sustaining Homes. Would you live in any of these amazing homes?

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#8 – The Dome Homes
The International Dome Home Co. made a building model that has multiple functions. They can be used as office buildings, as homes, small stores, almost anything you could think of. The shape is the magic key in its design. The dome shape allows the building to be structurally stable, saves energy due to better circulation, and the shape allows the outside to last longer since it dissipates the wind opposed to being gradually eroded by it. Who wouldn’t want to live in one of these, it’s like having your very own green hobbit hole!

#7 – The Orchid House
A name befitting of its shape, the Orchid house is located on a nature reserve in England. The 2400 square foot home was part of a green home building project called the Lower Mill Estate. The house, which is referred to as the most expensive green home ever sold, cost the new owner a whopping .2 million. The best feature in the house, a geothermal heating pump that claims to generate more energy than it uses.

#6 – ZeroHouse
ZeroHouse is a home that was designed to be completely self-sufficient. The house produces power through solar panels, has reservoirs to collect rainwater, and it even turns your waste into compost. Each one of these functions can be commanded through a smart device such as a phone or tablet. The makers of the ZeroHouse promise that this tricked out model is only just the beginning. You can snatch one up for yourself today for only 0,000.

#5 – The Solar House in Spain
A .7 million dollar villa is up for sale in Mallorca, Spain and the entire thing is powered by solar energy. The house is a whopping 6,450-square-feet and has five bedrooms and five bathrooms. The inside has recently been remodeled, and the previous owners updated the appliances to stainless steel. It may not be as big as some of these other green homes we’ve seen on this list but if you have that kind of cash laying around we’re sure you could at least use it as a vacation getaway, the views alone are gorgeous.

#4 – The Wyne Residence
In British Columbia, Canada ski patroller Richard Wyne designed and crafted this zero-energy home called the Richard Wyne’s Whistler home. The 2,200 square-foot house cost a little over .2 million to create but the three-story home features fiberglass windows, and fiber-cement siding to decrease heat transfers. A 600-foot solar panel array on the roof supplies the house with all the energy the family could possibly use. If those features weren’t green enough for you just know that one of the building materials used in this design is a spray foam that is made from recycled plastics and vegetable oil. If that isn’t recycling and reusing I’m not sure what is.

#3 – The Finca Bellavista Rainforest Village
The treetop community was first designed to preserve the 300 acres of rainforest in Costa Rica. The collection of tree houses runs completely off of sustainable energy and offers a recycling center, a hydroelectric turbine system that gives power to the members of the community, a community garden, and even internet with wifi can be found at the bottom of the trees. What is the best way to get from tree to tree other than swinging on a vine like George of the jungle, zip lines, and this community is outfitted with a network of them dubbed the “Sky Trail.”

#2 – The Yannell Residence
The Yannell residence was designed for Michael Yannell by Farr Associates and Goldberg General Contracting. The single family home is 2,675-square-feet and is located in Chicago, Illinois. The home cost .6 million to build but seems worth it since it produces 40% more energy than it consumes. That being the case, the house scored higher than any other LEED-certified green housing project in history.

#1 – A Home on Bird Island
Bird Island is an urban renewal project being designed by Graft Lab Architects for the YTL Green Home Competition in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The home is made from sustainably-sourced silicone glass fabric which makes it a zero energy home. The unique flexibility allows the structure to bend and sway with the wind just like a treetop. Even though there was a total of six green home structures built on Bird Island for the competition we still think that the design of this model beats all.