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Drew Builds Stuff Tiny House


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You should bookmark this post for when you have a few free hours! Today, we’re showing you two videos of Drew from “Drew Builds Stuff,” building his tiny house from the trailer up. It’s not finished yet (he has the bathroom and kitchen to complete at the end of Part Two), but these videos are soothing and inspiring as Drew takes you step-by-step through his build process.

In the first video, you’ll see him complete the entire exterior build, including the framing, roofing, placing windows, etc. In part two, Drew shows himself finishing off the interior, excluding the bathroom and kitchen finishes. As soon as Part Three is out, we’ll update you all, but for now, get inspired to build your own tiny home!

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His Modern Farmhouse THOW w/ Cedar Ceilings

This is where he gets the house to in Part 1 of the video.

Part two includes insulation, staining, painting and flooring!

He uses Danish Oil to seal and bring out the beautiful tone of the cedar.

VIDEO: BUILDING A TINY HOUSE – DIY Full Exterior Build

VIDEO: DIY Building a TINY HOUSE – Interior Build

Highlights:

  • Solving his personal housing crisis
  • Building a modern tiny house on wheels
  • Tiny Home Specifications:
  • Footprint: 11’x30′
  • Livable space: 300 sq ft
  • Long, detailed, narrated video
  • Step-by-step exterior construction
  • Construction Steps Covered:
  • Starting from a bare trailer
  • Framing the tiny home
  • Making the roof
  • Insulating the floor
  • Sheathing
  • Installing doors and windows
  • Steel roofing
  • Vinyl siding installation
  • Additional construction steps

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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