This Tiny House Expands In Size With The Push Of A Button


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The house firm”Tiny Idahomes” has created an RV inspired slide-out home that is getting really popular.

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The recent model costs US$68,899 and has a dining room, a bedroom, and lounge that can slide in or out using just a button.

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The tiny house is also towable, so it has been legally classified as an RV.

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It measures 26 ft (7.9 m) length and comprises a maximum total floor space of 250 sq ft (23 sq m).

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The roof is made out of metal with board and batten coating, while the interior walls are coated with white painted ply.

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The house entails a fairly large U-shaped kitchen, a small bathroom having the facility of shower, sink and toilet, and a small storage room.

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Three A-frame slide-out sections are deployed to expand the bedroom on the ground floor, and also increase the area of the lounge, and the dining room.

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These electrically powered slide-outs contain two metal rails powered by a 12 V electric motor on each side.

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The structure has a triple-seal protection and a drainage gutter to make sure that no water gets inside the house.

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The entire unit can be powered using a RV hookup or a solar unit. The oven uses propane, while there are also two 12 V batteries on board.

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Four water tanks are used to store fresh water and sewerage separately.

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The Walls, floor, and ceiling are rated to an R-value of R-15.

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The current model is only a demo and the company says the product still needs some changes before the design can be commercialized.

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Would you like to have this cool Tiny House in your backyard for those adventurous trips?

Let us know in the comments’ section below!

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  1. I think that this house is ingeniuse you get fedup where you life just fold up an move brilliant would love one but on a pension got no chance but hey we all have dreams

    1. I think that this house is ingeniuse you get fed up where you live just fold up an move brilliant would some where else i love one but on a pension got no chance but hey we all have dreams