The tiny house has been on the back burner for the last couple of months. I decided to focus on school and pretty much everything else was put on the back burner. The last two weeks I've been off so I've put a lot more time into the house and I have a few tasks nearing completion so there should be some big changes in the next few weeks.
I have still accomplished a few things while in school. The bay window is almost done. It have wiring, sheathing, insulation and vapour barrier done. With wiring passing through the bay window I have also been able to finish the wiring and insulation on the last wall.
The vapour barrier on the north wall is mostly done. I just have to pass a few more wires thru it before I can finish.
The windows have mostly arrived. There was no packing during shipping so some of the screens where damages. I have to make another trip to the states to pick up the last 3.
I found a store locally that has roofing for the same price as in the states. They have more choice of colours so once that is sorted out then I'll be ordering it. As a bonus they will cut to length for me.
I've been busy the last week fabricating the brackets for the roof extensions. I have spent about 16 hours making the 40 brackets but I think the end result will be worth it.
I've been super geeking out over the performance of my solar setup. It has been producing enough power to keep the welder going without having to run the generator. At one point the panels where producing over 30A even though they are only rated to produce 22A. :)
Expenses to date: $17,014