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Plywood Wall CE ISO Certification prefab eco homes Prefabricated Tiny House On Wheels Space Saving Modular Tiny House
|STRUCTURE||Light Gauge Steel Framing System||WALL||PLYWOOD|
tiny prefab homes,
small modern prefab homes
Prefab Tiny Homes on Wheels have been exported to New-Zealand and Australia
2 bedrooms 1 bathroom Area: 20 m²
Light steel frame Prefab Tiny Homes On Wheels Odessy the best tiny home airbnb and small house accommodation
Small houses may emphasize design oversize, utilize dual purpose features and multi-functional furniture, and incorporate technological advances of space-saving equipment and appliances. Vertical space optimization is also a common feature of small houses and apartments. An example of this is the use of loft spaces for sleeping and storage. Because of overall height restrictions related to the ability to easily tow a tiny house, it is common for lofts to be between 3.3 ft and 5.5 ft (1.0m and 1.7m) inside height. Therefore, for accessibility of elderly and disabled people, larger floor plans that keep essential elements like a bed, bathroom, and kitchen on the main floor are more typical.
As small houses may be attractive as second homes or retirement houses, their increased utilization may lead to the development of more land. People interested in building a small home can encounter institutional “discrimination” when building codes require minimum size well above the size of a small home. Also, neighbors may be hostile because they fear negative impacts on their property values. There has also been opposition based on this fact, due to concerns about increased taxes
Odessy Tiny house
- Trailer with 2axles for enough capacity.
- The ground floor is a recreational space, including the kitchen, bathroom and living room.
- A loft is a place where you can sleep, there is a double bed for two-person.
- There is a door on the loft where you can go to the deck on the top
|Trailer||2 axel trainer for 3.5tons tiny homes|
|Roofing||0.5mm color bonded steel roofing sheet|
|External wall cladding||PU insulated metal sandwich panel|
|Internal wall lining||integrated wall panel/plywood|
|Kitchen||stone benchtop with 2pac kitchen cabinet|
|Bathroom||show, waterless toilet, washbasin|
|Length||8m included the trailer|
|Window and doors||double glass aluminum window and doors|
|Electrical and plumbing system||CE. AS/NZS, UL depends on the client's requirements|
Why not Light Gauge Steel Framing Structure For Tiny Homes:
1) Lifetime for structure: 100 years.
2) Earthquake resistance: mix more than 8 grades.
3) Wind resistance: max 60m/s.
4) Fire resistance: all the materials used can be fire resistance.
5) Snow resistance: max 2.9KN/m²as required
6) Heat insulation: 100 mm in thickness can match 1 m thickness of the brick wall.
7) High acoustic insulation: 60db of exterior wall 40db of interior wall
8) Insect prevention: Free from the damages by insects, such as white ants
9) Ventilation: a combination of natural ventilation or air supply keep the indoor air fresh and clean
Tiny homes interior :
You don't need to do any extra work on the tiny house on wheels, You can just tow the tiny house from seaport to your place.
LOADING BY CONTAINER:
Two from port to site:
Tiny homes range typically between one hundred and four hundred square feet, the size fluctuating depending on the owner. Considering the small size of tiny homes in comparison to that of average-sized homes, energy costs are invariably smaller; moreover, tiny home power grids are typically sourced from solar panels which decreases the amount of energy necessary to sustain the home. More importantly, the price difference of using solar power on a tiny home in comparison to an average-sized home significantly decreases homeowner expenses. Thus, the variation of energy emissions and cost necessary for output between a tiny home and average-sized home varies notably. While a tiny home is sustained to operate on 914 kilowatts a year, producing on average 518kg of carbon dioxide, an average size required 12,733 kilowatts which releases close to 7300kg.
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