This post is for you if you’re interested in how the construction of a tiny house on a trailer works.
It’s a time lapse video based on pictures taken during the building process of Joanna’s tiny house on wheels.
She used the Tumbleweed Tarleton Plans as a base and then made her own customizations to the design to better suit her needs.
According to the comments on her YouTube video, the cost to build it was approximately $23,000.
Joanna purchased a 7′ x 18′ trailer custom made for $2,500 at Fox Trailers in Idaho.
One thing that I also found while reading through the comments on her video is that she really appreciates her porch. Here, you can read the comment yourself below.
I encourage you to read the rest of this post, including her construction video & comments, below:
“Actually, I LOVE having my porch. I live in a very rainy environment, so it’s a place where I can hang my raincoat to dry… or sit and read a book in the shade. I keep my shoes under one of the benches, and am planning to keep some firewood under the other bench when I get my woodstove installed. So, YES. I would say the porch is a very useful part of the house! :)”
Her trailer has a 10,000 lbs capacity and the house weighs approximately 7,500 lbs.
Watch Joanna’s Tiny House on a Trailer Construction Time Lapse Video Below
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