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Tiny House O.W. - Tiny Smile - $30,000 (Hamilton)

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5510 Greenfield Ave near Keene ave

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condition: new
make / manufacturer: Stryker Trailers
model name / number: 99"x24' TH14K
paint color: black
size / dimensions: 24' x 99"
year manufactured: 2018
I built this tiny house, it is not complete. It is water tight with siding and windows, flat roof. While the plywood for the sheathing is new material, I used reclaimed lumber for all the framing. The undercarriage is sheathed in galvanized steel as shown in the pictures.
The trailer has four scissor jacks, one mounted permanently to each corner of the trailer frame. It is a double axle frame rated for 14,000 lbs carrying capacity.
I have reclaimed tongue and groove flooring intended for wall and floor covering, extra siding, the materials to build the interior staircase out of, etc. All the materials I have shown in the pictures come with the sale price.
The siding is vinyl mounted vertically (certified by the manufacturer to sustain winds in excess of 100 mph). The imagery is not painted on, it is all in solid vinyl that I have cut and overlapped to approximate the overlapping that occurs in a standard siding install.
As you can tell, I'm a big 'Nightmare Before Christmas' fan. I drew and cut all the imagery myself. I did a test run on the vinyl install by building a small sample of the overlapping technique and mounting it on top of my car, running it down the highway at regular speed with no problems.
I can't put descriptions on each picture, so I'll try to describe some of them here.
When building the frame I glued and screwed all framing members together with structural adhesive. Some pictures show that. On all wall penetrations (windows, doors) I installed a custom made pan to protect the framing and floor wood from possible leakage from the door/window. I created a gutter out of aluminum to direct the water from the roof to the front and rear corners, where I plan to mount standard downspouts.
I have an access channel built into the floor that runs almost the whole length of the floor so it can be removed for install of the rough-in plumbing/electric/maintenance, etc. I have 1" square steel rod stock laid the whole length to support the edges of the plywood so the floor does not bow as it's walked on.
I built it with the intention of putting a hinged porch roof, floor and railing on the back of the TS (Tiny Smile) to act as the main ingress/egress when it's stationary. I intended to use the side door only when traveling so you can stop on the side of the road and get into the bedroom to crash for the night.
There's a lot more detail that I can provide, including a list showing all that comes with TS.

Serious inquiries only. If you want me to respond to your email, include some info about yourself, plans for use of TS, etc.

Thanks,

Steve

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