This is a mini-booklet that focuses on how to connect a tiny house onto a trailer. How to keep the walls and roof from twisting, leaning, warping, or buckling.
There’s also helpful information on avoiding moisture plus a list of common building materials.
It’s not a long book but has enough technical information on…
- Size restrictions
- Connecting walls and roof
- Floor construction
…and other resources to get you started.
Go House Go: How to Build a Tiny House on Wheels
It’s written by Dee Williams who has lived in a tiny house of her own for the last several years.
It’s just 21 pages long.
Click here to order Go House Go: How to Build a Tiny House on Wheels for $20 and/or learn more about it. Link opens up to Portland Alternative Dwellings.
A video tour with Dee Williams and her tiny house in case you haven’t seen it yet:
Click here to learn more about Dee Williams and her book.
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You may want to let Dee Williams know her video is unviewable in Canada. I was interested in her book and the video, but not enough to search for a proxy to bypass the restrictions. Just FYI.
Thanks Chris, sorry you couldn’t watch it
I am sure this covers the basics and even has some good past experience helpful tips.
I do however think that she should acknowledge that this information, as well as her other internet tiny house related sites information was taken directly from the Tumbleweed house.
It is not a good practice to not at least acknowledge your source information.
If not for the tumbleweed house plans I am not so sure good content would be here.
Gosh I wish I’d read this comment. Now its years later and maybe it doesn’t matter anymore… but to be clear, Go House Go does not borrow any information from Tumbleweed. While my house was inspired by Jay Shafer’s designs, and I purchased a set of plans from him in 2003, the package did not include framing plans, electrical or plumbing information, details for moisture control or ventillation, or information on how to engineer the house to the trailer. I had to dig all of that up for myself, and then I wrote a little how-to book about it. I wrote it to be helpful and supportive of all the other little house information that is out there. Cheers to Jay for inspiring me then… and now. I hope his Four Lights Company continues to inspire so many others! Dee
I think Dee is wonderful. I also love Tumbleweed. But I’d never really thought about what you said. Thanks for commenting.