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Every Sunday at 10:30am PST, Abel Zyl, founder of Zyl Vardos, hosts a live question and answer session.

Here’s what you might learn from Abel in this session replay:

  • How to drill through heavy metal (so you can attach your tiny house to a trailer)
  • Can you get tiny house insurance? (Yes)
  • How to balance your tiny house design/build so it’s safe to tow

And more! Enjoy the full replay of the show right here and subscribe to the Zyl Vardos YouTube Channel to tune in LIVE this Sunday.

Related: Artistic Tiny House Builder’s Workshop Tour

Ask Zyl Live: Tiny House Q & A: January 1st, 2017 – How to Drill Through Heavy Metal!

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This is an announcement for a hands on tiny house workshop in Florida.

It’s a 2-day event happening this October 15-16, 2016 in Deland, Florida.

The earlier you get your tickets, the more you save so if you’re interested learn more here.

If you’re sure you want to attend, please try to reserve your spot as early you can because the last one sold out early (space is limited).

Hands On Tiny House Workshop in Florida

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If you’ve been wondering how to build a tiny house on wheels in detail, you’ve landed in the right place!

This couple is going to show you how they’ve designed, planned, and built their very own DIY, stick-built, tiny house on a trailer.

And the best part is… It’s 100% free thanks to Jake & Kiva of the Tiny Nest Project. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share with your friends below. Thank you!

Note: this page may take a few minutes to load because it contains over 30 videos.

Couple Shares How to Build Tiny House on Wheels

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If you’re looking for a more intense and immersive tiny house construction learning experience this 3 day hands on tiny house workshop might be what you need to take it to the next level and there’s still a chance to join Dan Louche of Tiny Home Builders for this 3-day tiny house design and build workshop this May 1-3, 2015 in Cumming, Georgia, which is north of Atlanta.

If you’ve been wanting to tour a tiny house on wheels in person, this is also a great opportunity to get to do that because Dan will have one of his tiny homes on wheels on site for you to tour. On top of that, you’ll get to spend several days with other enthusiastic tiny house people to exchange ideas and motivation with so it’s definitely a fun environment to grow and learn.

And even if you’re a complete beginner when it comes to carpentry, that’s totally okay. You won’t be alone! You’ll get opportunities to learn about and use power tools along with framing, plumbing, and even electrical wiring in a safe and reaffirming learning environment. I encourage you to learn more and seriously consider attending if you feel called to and are able to. Learn more and re-share with your friends below to let them know about the opportunity to take part in this event. Thank you!

3 Day Hands On Tiny House Workshop in Georgia

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In this post you’ll learn about a group of students who took part in a tiny house carpentry program at Carcross/Tagish First Nation in Carcross, Yukon.

This is an initiative that took place in 2014 in partnership with government and non-government organizations who helped put it all together. Every morning the students meet in class and in the afternoon they go to the job site to put their knowledge to work. Together they’re building tiny houses from start to finish.

The best part is, the results and experiences that the students now have as well as the positive difference it’s making in their lives right now. If you agree that we need more tiny house construction learning programs please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you.

Tiny House Carpentry Program in Carcross, Yukon

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Images © Thomas Shepherd

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