Tiny House Building Standards and Safety Issues Published on DECEMBER 21, 2014 Rich Daniels, of Rich’s Portable Cabins in North Powder, Oregon is here to share some wisdom regarding tiny house building standards and safety issues. Since I think his concerns are valid and very important for the future of tiny homes I’m sharing it with you below. Please pass it on.
14' wide x 28' long with an 8' overhang. The gambrel ("barn style") roof maximizes storage space on the upper level. Plenty of room inside - 8' clearance on the lower level. 7' 6" of overhead clearance on the second floor!
#tumbleweed #tinyhouses #tinyhome #tinyhouseplans Tongue & Groove, Bend, OR, USA. We build, sell, and rent custom-made structures on wheels – from Tiny Houses to Tiny Taverns. Off the grid on a remote plot of land or plug-in, we’ll work with you to construct the perfect house, office, food cart – whatever you can imagine.