You can only make tiny houses so wide while remaining road legal, so tiny house firm Tiny Idahomes borrowed a neat trick from other RVs and has installed slide-outs in several of its units, NewAtlas.com reported.
The Nampa, Idaho-based company’s most recent model is currently on the market for $68,899 and features a dining room, bedroom, and lounge that slide out with the push of a button.
The unnamed towable tiny house is legally classified as an RV and measures 26 ft (7.9 m) long. It’s actually being used as a demo model by the firm and still needs a little finishing up before being sold.
The roof is metal and it’s clad in board and batten siding, while the interior walls are finished in white painted ply. Inside, once in its expanded state, it comprises a maximum total floorspace of 250 square feet. It’s unusable when not expanded and would only be left like this for transport.
The tiny house gets power from an RV hookup or can be connected to a solar unit, while the oven is operated with propane. There’s also two 12-volt batteries on board. Four water tanks store fresh water, toilet waste and the like, and the walls, floor, and ceiling are each rated to an R-value of R-15.
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