Save hundreds of hours when you purchase these tiny house construction plans!
Countless hours of research, planning, consulting, drafting, and reworking went into the design of these one-of-a-kind tiny home plans. The price of this complete set of plans is a bargain, considering the hundreds of hours you can save if interested in building this house or a house of similar design (modern tiny house, on a trailer, with loft, etc).
Professional contractors, electricians and plumbers were consulted to create these tiny house on wheels plans.
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What a beautiful little home. I love seeing the personal creativity that goes into making your very own tiny home" – Rachel
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Terms & Conditions
By purchasing or using the tiny house plans on this website, you must acknowledge that you understand and agree to the full Terms and Conditions of Use.
Basic construction knowledge is required to use these plans. I could not possibly include all of the instructions needed for each aspect of construction. That would take an entire book — and I’m not out to reinvent the wheel. Please review the Terms carefully for a description of what is included.
To successfully use these plans, you will need to, at the very least, familiarize yourself with basic building principles, have a competency with various power and hand tools, and be willing to do some research or seek help to learn construction best practices for things like framing, window installation, sheathing, roofing, and finish wood work. It is recommended that you consult with a local electrician and plumber to make sure your electrical and plumbing is up to code.
Do not attempt to build from The Plans without adequate construction knowledge and experience.
The Plans are offered as building guidelines and suggestions only. The Plans do not constitute legal construction documents. It is recommended to consult with your local building authority before the construction of any structure. Before beginning construction, always have a licensed architect or structural engineer sign off on your final plans.
The Purchaser or Licensee agrees to comply with all local codes and building regulations.