Not only does this skoolie feature a layout I’ve never seen before, it includes radiant heating through the floor — even in the shower! The home runs on solar and a Tesla battery, and it was specifically designed for cold climates so they added an epic two-layer shade design in order to help insulate those drafty bus windows.
Shelby came up with a great idea for a marble-like countertop created with epoxy and spray paint, and David even tinkered around and created his very own recirculating shower system. It keeps the shower hot and water clean without a huge tank. He loved the skoolie build so much, he now works doing more conversions for others.
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Epic School Bus Conversion with Huge Rooftop Deck
Let’s step inside their school bus conversion and see what it’s like…
Once inside, it’s almost like you’re in a cottage, not a school bus, isn’t it?
It’s the perfect tiny home for them.
The table extends when needed, and contracts to save space.
Happy couple living and building a life their way.
It’s so nice to have solar panels to help keep the batteries topped off, too. This helps you get by longer when boondocking (off-grid).
VIDEO: High Tech School Bus Conversion
- Radiant floor heating
- Custom recirculating shower system
- Solar power and Tesla battery
- Couch and back bed pull out to create two full beds
- Composting toilet
- 28′ Bus
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