You'll want to take a look inside Francelia's 24-foot tiny house on wheels from MitchCraft Tiny Homes. What makes these tiny house builders unique from other tiny house builders in their commitment to using high-quality building materials and you can see that in the work they do. When crafting a tiny house design, they use their no shortcuts method of building to ensure that your tiny house design is searched and chosen, customized for your lifestyle and needs, and professionally installed. All of the electrical and plumbing work is performed by licensed contractors. All tiny house designs are N.O.A.H. certified. The following are steps in the tiny house building process.
There is so much to love about this 24-foot tiny house on wheels from MitchCraft Tiny Homes. What's most amazing is just how much can fit inside of this 24-foot tiny house, with the main floor and an upper sleeping loft, it has everything you need to live comfortably. On the main level, you have an open floor plan with a kitchen, living room, a cozy reading nook, and a dining bar. There is also a bathroom with a shower. Upstairs you have a queen-sized sleeping loft with plenty of built-in storage and a stand up landing beside the bed. The main floor is open to the ceiling and there is a ceiling fan to keep the air circulating. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances and you'll find innovative storage throughout, from the storage underneath the stairs to the loft, plenty of kitchen cabinets, built-in bedroom closet and storage, and a tiny storage loft above the reading nook.
If you don't see a tiny house design that suits your needs they specialize in custom orders. You can use one of MitchCraft Tiny Homes layouts, make some changes, or work directly with them on a one-of-a-kind tiny house design. They want to make the tiny home of your dreams, so please let them know what you want. When it comes to tiny houses on wheels a popular question is with regards to where you can park a tiny house. Where to park a tiny house on wheels is only limited to creativity and of course the local laws. You will first want to check with your city and state zoning and planning boards concerning any local laws. You may look also for willing landowners, RV parks, farms, tiny house villages, or consider purchasing a piece of real estate.
When you finally have the tiny house design plans in place, the actual build time of a tiny home will depend on the complexity of the build and the size of the tiny house build. MitchCraft Tiny Homes estimate between 9 and 12 weeks to construct the tiny home. Due to how busy they are, they recommend that anyone is just starting with the tiny house design process to expect 2 months to design, about 1 month to finalize contracts, and then another month for your custom tiny house trailer to be delivered before the tiny house construction starts. Currently, it is taking about 5 to 6 months from conception to tiny home completion in their schedule. Their home page has updates on their wait-list as well.
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