Justin Peer is building a tiny house on the outskirts of London, England and the exciting part is just now underway; the walls are going up. He’s building it from a lot of reclaimed (and some new) building materials. So far he’s got the trailer all painted and prepped, the floor down and some of the walls framed. I bet in not time we’ll see the walls and roof go up and the final shape of Justin’s house will be visible.
This is definitely a project to follow because he’s working hard to build it on a low budget with a lot of salvaged stuff. It’s a great example of how a little ingenuity and time spent scavenging can save a lot of money and put a roof over your head at the same time. Be sure to take a look at Justin’s Website. You can also read his story on Small Living Journal. Photo credit to Justin Peer.
Be sure to take a look at Justin’s Website.
thanks for the feature, just a couple of little corrections, I’m actually on the outskirts of London, England. I originally thought I might move over to my mum’s in Ireland to build but ended up staying here instead.
The floor’s down, but isn’t fixed as there is still some welding to finish on the trailer. I need to fix my welder before I do that so in the meantime I’m getting on with some framing as you get to really see things happen that way. Hopefully by the time the wall’s are framed I’ll be able to have the trailer finished and they’ll go up quickly followed by the roof.