Alas, the final layout of your home has come together. You have built the subfloor, and how it’s time to add three-dimensional shape by constructing the walls of your tiny house on wheels. Here are things to consider when you are ready to put the walls of your tiny house on wheels into place.
- When building your walls on the ground before standing them up straight, it is important to have a level building surface. In workshops cordinated by Deek Diedricksen, he has recomended building a level surface to work on in advance if you are building in a place that has restricted level ground. Luckily where we are building that was not an issue.
- Make sure your walls are square to get it plumb. If you do not have square walls when you put your structure together, you will (no doubt) have issues down the line during your tiny house building process. Considering that you are building on a trailer, on wheels, keep all things level and square throughout the tiny house build is very important! I won’t go into detail here on how to ensure your walls are square considering the plethora of articles and videos on the web which describe this in greater depth; however, it is imperative to ensure during the build.
- Once you’ve put your walls up and into place, use screws to secure the bottomplate of your walls to the subfloor of your tiny home. Use bracing to put all of your four walls in place, until you are ready to secure the structure.
Below are photos from the construction of the walls: