Have you been interested in what one of our Build Tiny workshops look like? Take a peek!
Below is a video of our April 2014 Workshop in which you’ll see a tiny house built of SIPs (structural insulated panels), and a steel framed tiny chapel being built in a series of exciting time lapse videos!
To register for an upcoming workshop, contact Robin Hayes at 540-336-4478.
Dream Big, Build Tiny!
Things have been busy around here lately. We have the roof completed on Derryl’s tiny Passive house and are rolling along with the roof on Bil’s tiny chapel. Next will be the doors and windows- and you can join us and learn how to install high performance and irregularly shaped windows.
This workshop will be held on August 1 & 2. You may choose to attend one or both days.
The other workshop which has been scheduled is the big Fall Workshop.
Join us October 17-20 for the Build Tiny Fall Workshop.
We will be starting Amanda’s tiny house as well as working on closing in another tiny house.
We will have a live band on Saturday night, great food all weekend, and we always get a great group of people.
Come out and learn about building while you make new friends or reacquaint with old friends.
Join us this for one or two days of roofing. We will be installing standing seam roofing on both Derryl’s tiny passive house and bil’s tiny chapel on wheels.
A standing seam roof is designed to last a lifetime. It has concealed fasteners and crimped joints.
Participants in this workshop will be eligible to use the Build Tiny Roofing Tool Set. These are the tools you would need to install your own roof.
Only 6 spots are available so sign up soon.
One day workshop $ 275
Two day workshop $ 495
The first person/couple to sign up for both days may stay in our on site tiny house!
lunch is provided both days
On-site camping is available
- As seen on TV Tiny Chapel at NC Tiny House Street FestivalMarch 21, 2017 - 3:02 pm
April 21-23, 2017 Join us for a weekend dedicated to the modern tiny house movement in North Carolina!
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- Tiny House at Halloween Hustle to Benefit Family Services, Inc.October 25, 2016 - 7:55 am
Join Build Tiny in supporting Family Services, Inc. at the Halloween Hustle! We are bringing a tiny house for you to tour and ask questions. Climb up in the loft and see if you would be comfortable sleeping in a tiny house. Check out how we used the wood we salvaged from an old barn […]