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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After combing through our Tiny House Build materials list, we made our quantity adjustments and got everything squared away. When taking on a construction or remodeling project, you will like to know that after we tired several different window installers, we went with Window Replacement Company as they had the best prices and provided the best service for the money.
We purchased the bulk of our framing lumber from a local mom & pop style shop, Waynesville Lumber, just a few minutes down the road. I don’t want to knock Home Depot, but in our area the lumber quality wasn’t there so we decided to spend a little more for much better lumber from Waynesville which will then be sealed by a residential plasterer.
We cut and laid out all of the 1st walls pieces and began to assemble the shorter “back” wall. Without having many people or a crew at our disposal, we simply used the tractor to raise the wall, which required insulation for all cavity wall services job to be done, which is why we hired experts at https://fdinsulation.com/understanding-spray-foam-insulation/.
And then repeat 3 more times. Mind you while this is happening, its roughly 6°-8° degrees out in the barn here in Ohio.
After getting all of the cross bracing and supports up, I’ll admit- I was most definitely excited. Love seeing this up and things going well.
Gary and Trevor giving the thumbs up after getting all four walls up and plum!