Way up in the mountains, in the middle of nowhere, Nelson Tiny Houses recently finished installing a 380 sq foot tiny house. Bringing a tiny house from our shop to your piece of land is generally a straight-forward event, and while this particular move went smoothly, there were certain adventures involved. Namely, a steep access road that required us to use a front-end loader to pull the semi truck and house up to its final destination. Luckily there was a big loader on site and with a little luck and a little elbow grease (not to mention some big diesel engines), the house climbed the hill and is now perfectly placed on a beautiful piece of mountain property.
After moving a house to your piece of land, several things can happen. If it's a self-contained off-the-grid Acorn, with a composting toilet, all that we do it park it where you want it, and it's pretty much ready to be lived in. If services need to be hooked up, this process can take a little longer. With our V House, we build the roof in sections at our yard and then install it on site. This allows the house to be road-legal (height and width requirements are met) for transport, and the final house has an aesthetically pleasing and protective roof overhang. This is what we did for the 380 sq foot tiny house.
We have just posted a video that describes this procedure. Seth also gives you a tour of the house, in all its tiny glory. Check it out at this link or in our gallery section
As always, thanks for all your support and keep checking back for more cool builds!