Tiny House on Wheels built in 2016 in Yukon, Canada.
200 sqft built on a certified 20 ft trailer with tandem 7,000 lb. axels, electric brakes, and newly painted. It is a bit wider than most tiny houses but no problem to move legally. Framed by professional carpenter.
- Professionally spray foamed with 2 lbs closed cell foam (walls R30 and floor R40 both with custom design to minimize thermal bridging, Roof R52).
- The building is wrapped in a continuous layer of spray foam.
- The 2 by 4 framing is taped with Siga tape as additional draft protection.
- All this makes it extremely air tight and energy efficient.
- In comparison with most other tiny houses, RVs, and even mobile homes, this tiny house is extremely well insulated.
- I have heated the place at -40C/F with a portable 1500 watt heater. Even then, the floor is fairly comfortable.
- Corrugated metal on roof, with ice and water shield underneath.
- The building is wrapped in Typar underneath corrugated metal siding.
- The home is designed for the tall side to face south for passive solar gain.
- The ceiling is equally pitched as the roof, which enables it to reflect more light into the room.
- The building has a total of 8 triple pane, low-e argon filled vinyl windows.
- Most of the window area is on the “south” and “east”.
- To give the tiny house a spacious feel it is built on one level and that means no awkward stairs to climb.
- The house has a closed in, unheated entrance on top of the hitch with some storage.
- The main building is separated into two rooms through a wall with built-in storage and a tall cabinet.
- The small room (closer to the hitch) was designed to be an arctic entrance/bathroom/storage area but can also be turned into a bedroom.
- It has a sturdy storage shelf designed to hold water tank if so desired.
- The big room has a kitchen with a built-in counter with drawers, sink, under sink storage and a cabinet over the counter with a storage door and a regular door as well as a small fridge.
- The living room comes with a storage/sun bench.
- Detachable sunroom is designed to be broken apart in small mainly 4’ by 8’ sections for easy transport.
- The building is dry at the moment so you can set it up to your preference. The electricity has to be set up, too.
- Located in Yukon, Canada
For more info call Susanne 867-335-3477 or email [email protected]