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Last night I posted version 2 of this free house plan but I had missed a couple of important things, windows in the loft and a materials list.
I think a wood stove is possible but difficult because they require more spacing around them and fireproof surfaces. A wood stove seems like overkill for such a small house, since it would take a significant amount of space and add quite a bit of weight. Comments PolicyComments are encouraged but please keep it constructive and do not make any direct attacks on other commenters.
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LegalThe contents of this website are provided for informational purposes only and should not be construed as advice. I just finished making some refinements to the Tiny Solar House plans based on the suggestions I got from my last post. The only tricky part that I can think of would be securing the long pipe against the house and keeping the PV array sturdy in strong winds.
I think the solar panel would ultimately have to go on the roof with an angled bracket, which, when travelling would allow it to fold down and be secured flat against the roof.
The reason for that is the need for changing angles of the sun during the different seasons and the arc of the sun. No amount of repositioning the house would give you optimal angles for both solar gain and maximum PV power. Your materials list is still missing quite a few things but as you said, it’s just indicative.


Thanks for your wonderful work, and for taking the time to draw up alternate interior plans. The panels and mount could be folded up and put inside the trailer for transport or if you heard a large hail storm was coming your way like what we just had here in Austin, Tx. Maybe put the panels on the opposite end (outside the bath instead of the entry) and on the tall side instead of the short side to reduce shade on them. Estimated delivery dates - opens in a new window or tab include seller's handling time, origin ZIP Code, destination ZIP Code and time of acceptance and will depend on shipping service selected and receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab.
This item will be shipped through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking. I think this will be the final version of this plan except for minor corrections if they are needed. The last time I installed one I remember it coming with some specifications that describe how far from walls and what kind of flooring etc was acceptable. I’m calling it the Skid House because it seems like an ideal place to flop or take shelter. I’ve added a little more bracing in the walls, an alternate floor plan, a materials list (with cost estimate), and a sketch of how the photovoltaic (PV) panel array might work.
I think is both generous and even nobel that you and others offer free plans to the public. My hubby has been working on a similar project and your post has made him stop and re-think some aspects which may have turned out to be huge errors! Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location.


The panels would then be tilted toward the sun and locked into place at the most optimal angle for the time of year and latitude.
You’re plans serve to free people from the clutches of our own economy, but also as catylists for other new designs.
I’ve got a couple designs in the works and an update to my Tiny Prefab ebook that will include a 16-foot wide option. It will have a simple passive solar design and shed roof, much like Elizabeth Turnbull’s tiny house, but I will try to show how to keep the cost to build very low. I am trying to build a tiny home on a 5,000$ budget and it needs to be canadian winter cozy. It should be super inexpensive to build and could be loaded on a flatbad trailer with a winch. It seems like a good idea to have a diverse off-the-grid system utilizing wind and photovoltaic panels.
While this will not be trailer based it would much more easily work for those who have some trouble getting around and need to sleep on the same level they live. This would complicate the roof slightly but would be a much more sensible place for the panel.



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