How to Build a Tiny House - Part 3
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How to Build a Tiny House - Part 3

A beginner’s guide to building a tiny house
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Created by Dan Louche
Last updated 3/2016
English
Price: $50
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What Will I Learn?
Gain the knowledge and confidence needed to begin construction of your own tiny house.
Have a very good understanding of what goes into building a tiny house.
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Requirements
  • Determination, drive, and a willingness to learn is all that is needed
Description

Learn how to build your very own mortgage free, environmentally sustainable home.

In Part 3 of How to Build a Tiny House, I cover:

Installing the Electrical. In these lectures you’ll learn how to wire a tiny house. Including more advanced concepts like wiring for 3-way switches.

Installing the Plumbing. In these lectures you’ll learn what material to use as well as how all the plumbing components fit together to supply water to the various parts of a tiny house.

Insulation. In these lectures you’ll learn about the different insulation types and the pros and cons of each. I also show how to install insulation so that it acts as both an air and vapor barrier.

Installing Flooring and Interior Siding. In these lectures you’ll learn how to install the interior siding and flooring. You’ll also learn how to do it so that they will last and not buckle.

Who is the target audience?
  • If you have an interest in living in a mortgage free, environmentally sustainable home, this course if for you.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
1 Lecture 00:35
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Electrical Rough-In
4 Lectures 45:11

Electrical Rough-In - Part 2
11:51

Electrical Rough-In - Part 3
11:10

Electrical Rough-In - Part 4
11:12
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Plumbing Rough-In
3 Lectures 32:26
Plumbing Rough-In - Part 1
10:34

Plumbing Rough-In - Part 2
09:51

Plumbing Rough-In - Part 3
12:01
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Insulation
1 Lecture 11:18
Insulation
11:18
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Interior Siding
3 Lectures 35:16
Preparing for the Interior Siding
11:49

Installing the Interior Siding - Part 1
10:06

Installing the Interior Siding - Part 2
13:21
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Interior Trim
2 Lectures 13:42
Installing the Interior Trim - Part 1
09:54

Installing the Interior Trim - Part 2
03:48
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Flooring
1 Lecture 13:00
Installing the Flooring
13:00
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Cabinets
1 Lecture 12:45
Building a Ladder
12:45
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Electrical
4 Lectures 37:07
Electrical - Part 1
13:07

Electrical - Part 2
14:30

Electrical - Part 3
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Electrical - Part 4
09:30
About the Instructor
Dan Louche
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Owner of Tiny Home Builders

Dan Louche is the owner of Tiny Home Builders. He has been building tiny houses since 2009 when he built his first house for his mom. He strives to help others achieve their tiny house dreams by giving them the knowledge and confidence to build their own house.

Dan authored the Tiny House Design & Construction Guide and has taught tiny house construction techniques to thousands over the years through numerous workshops and speaking engagements. His company’s website, tinyhomebuilders.com, is visited by over a million people each year and his designs have been featured on numerous websites and TV shows including Good Morning America and HGTV.

Dan has a degree in Engineering from the University of Central Florida.