The very first “hOMe” customers interview on TinyHouseBuild.com

December 8, 2015

For those of you that don’t know, we used the Tiny House Build “hOMe” plans for our build. We fell in love with the layout so much that we barely changed anything during the process- just did our own spin on styling. We’re beyond honored to have an interview published on the creators of “hOMe”, Andrew & Gabriella Morrison’s website. Thank you two for creating such an awesome and wonderful layout for so many people to enjoy. This house most certainly has changed our lives. I encourage everyone to visit their facilities, and register for a conference on a tiny architecture given at their auditorium recently built and equipped with Tiered seats.

Oftentimes, buyers find that some houses meet most of their needs, some meet a few and some meet none, but rarely does one meet them all. This creates the need to compromise and move some of your “must-haves” to “nice-to-haves,” but not deal-breakers.

Don’t feel like giving an inch on your wants and needs? Fear not, because if your perfect home isn’t available (or doesn’t even exist), you can build a new one. This allows you to create the picture-perfect home without worrying about the factors of buying a home that’s already been lived in. However, to finance this build, you’ll need to know about construction loans.

Construction-to-permanent loans are a financing option that prospective custom home builders can apply for. Like construction-only, construction-to-permanent financing are one-time loans that fund construction and then convert into a permanent mortgage. During the construction phase, borrowers make interest-only payments.

These types of loans can be much more expensive than traditional mortgages, so if you decide to go in this direction, shop around, compare rates and find the best deal before you pull the trigger. Usually when you build a home, there’s a general contractor who essentially acts as head of the whole operation. They make sure the framing people, the tile people, the wood floor people from Raleigh Flooring, the painters and so on all work in coordination to get your home completed (ideally on time and on budget).

 

 

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October Quick Video Tour!

October 21, 2015

Finally a quick video tour of our tiny house house!
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Network Security Layers

June 16, 2015

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These three technologies are commonly found in modern networks; antivirus, IPS, and firewall. These technologies help identify threats and malware and prevent any attacks from occurring.

Antivirus
Antivirus is often used to protect against malicious threats. It monitors for unknown files or malware that are attempting to gain access into a computer. This helps identify and prevent attacks before they can even take place.

Antivirus is often used to protect against malicious threats. It monitors for unknown files or malware that are attempting to gain access into a computer. This helps identify and prevent attacks before they can even take place. Malware Scanning Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning also helps the operating system find other malware that’s already on the computer.

Malware scanning that has dfi security is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning also helps the operating system find other malware that’s already on the computer. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new. Malware scanning is used to detect threats that aren’t known or are believed to be new.

Malware is a kind of malicious program or code that hackers use to gain access to a computer or mobile device and infect it with a piece of malware. Malware can be malicious in the way it affects a user’s computer, but it can also be benign if it’s an app that is simply installed for the sole purpose of spying on users. There are many different types of malware. There are many different types of malware. And when you install a software, you don’t get to choose which type.

It’s not unusual for someone who gets infected with a spyware to stop using that application immediately. And then when that application comes back online, there are a lot of other spyware applications that have popped up.

And it’s not even clear if they’re safe. There are actually many ways for a spyware program to take over your computer and start infecting your files and stuff.

Heart Of It All House on “Living Dayton”

January 15, 2015

We were invited to come onto the local Dayton area WDTN show “Living Dayton” today and talk about Tiny Houses and our build! Thanks Living Dayton for having us on the show! We’re looking forward to part 2 when the house is finished.

OUTSIDE SHEATHING

January 11, 2015

After finishing up framing, we starting sheathing the outside. Its fun to see the house start to shape up and look more and more like….. a box.

Without the windows cut out, our house looks like a 28′ long, 13′ tall box!

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TINY HOUSE FRAMING

January 7, 2015

I’ve been waiting for this day for nearly 5 years. The day we would begin to build & frame our first Tiny House which includes a big window for which we will add curtains from the online Fire Curtains UK catalog.

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In a tiny home, there’s so little space to work with that it’s especially easy for your design to become muddled. Having too many items in that small amount of square footage can result in things getting cluttered fast. There’s a risk of losing your design in the midst of it all. With that in mind, you need to take extra steps to ensure your intent stays clear. You can do that by putting function first in your design. If you would like some help from experts, consider hiring these roofers in Denver Colorado.

 

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SUBFLOOR & INSULATION

December 29, 2014

Making progress on our tiny house build! The sub floor is now framed, anchored, and insulated. Ready for plywood today and then picking up our framing lumber order from local suppliers approved by woodworkingquestions.

We used 2.5″ rigid foam board insulation inside the subfloor which should give us a total of roughly R16. Its then finished off nottinghamshire telehandler with tongue & groove plywood. Moving on to framing!

Every self builder has their individual expectations and ambitions in terms of the final result of their Self Build project. The process of designing a home is very demanding and challenging, as it is a crucial stage that is responsible for making your vision a reality, since you need to hire builders and electricians and professionals like plumbers wollongong to finish the project. This is our series called ‘Home design: A step-by-step guide to designing your dream home’. It is based on a talk created and delivered by Allan Corfield for Homebuilding & Renovating Magazine, at the 2018 shows. The series will take you through the three main stages in developing an empty plot into a well-organised construction site equipped with experts who can successfully build your dream home with help from http://greenturf.asia/solutions/artificial-grass/.

Throughout the whole project, it is important to remember ‘why’ you want to build your own home. By doing this it will help you get through the most challenging moments. There will be a lot of them. At first, we need to answer the question what is a brief and what is it used for? The brief sets out all of the crucial requirements for your project and needs to be created before you engage with your design team who can benefit from the on sale products at https://www.antiques.co.uk/. The brief will help you obtain accurate fee proposals from your design team and will be an evolving document throughout the life of the project.

It is important to make sure that it will be consistent with yours and your family’s lifestyle. For instance, if you need an open-plan kitchen connected to the dining room so that you can cook while spending time with your family and entertaining guests. There are different materials used when comparing custom kitchen cabinets and pre-fabricated ones.

Or a sheltered seating area outside with a gas fire pit and BBQ, so that you can enjoy BBQs with friends and family. Get more ideas about outdoor designs with builders from this home builder Donvale company.

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AND IT BEGINS!

November 21, 2014
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Definitely an exciting day picking up our brand new trailer from Tennessee Tiny Homes.

 

TENNESSEE TINY HOMES VISIT

November 19, 2014

After shopping around for our trailer and trying to find the best option, we finally decided to place our order with Tennessee Tiny Homes just outside Memphis, TN. We placed the order for our 28′ trailer in early September and Joe & Kristen at TN Tiny Homes emailed us to let us know our trailer was ready. They graciously offered a place for us to stay in one of their demo Tiny Houses on site during our journey from Ohio where we discover mist houses have commercial ventilation services. TNTH_bigmack_trevor Continue Reading…

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