Stair height rather than ladder height for safety. Ladders can virtually been done in any manor that works best for the homeowner. Show us what you like best and we will provide information for you to make your best choice.
Kitchen sink sits on an angle giving a large open space underneath. The faucet handle pulls out and reaches pots on the stove to fill easily with water. All of the outlets around the sink are GFI, which means if you drop an electrical object in it you won’t die from it.for safety. Light switches to the right of the sink control the bathroom light and the vent with a fan in the shower area . Our homes are wired by a licensed electrician as would be required by the building department if this were a permitted home..
Steve Coates framing the rafters. He uses a tie down to pull everything in plumb before shoot the nail.
Secondary storage loft with lights underneath for reading. The options are endless for storage. Now that we have been using Ikea for most of our kitchen cabinetry, we have pull-out pantry options without increasing the cost to our customers.
This tiny home is an RV lovers dream. Say good-bye to the propane furnace running all night. Insulation is just one of the keys. Using a combination of RV products and residential secrets our homes require very little to stay warm.
The gallery below is our model for the Denver Home Show being built. It is coming along and watch its’ progress as we create it. Please come and meet us and see what this new tiny home feels like.
We are a licensed and insured general contracting company with over thirty years of residential construction experience and we have applied all that experience to our tiny homes. That’s over 465,000 sq. ft. of experience going into our tiny homes.
More pictures of the 24 ft. Model for the Denver Home Show!
Don’t hire a beginner builder that hasn’t even put a house on a foundation. Hire us and have your tiny home built by an experienced and skilled company that believes in building it right the first time!