Heating & cooling

Features, Systems
This LPG/propane ventless heater will keep this tiny house cozy on a cool night in the fall and winter months.

Keep cool in warmer weather and circulate air through the tiny house all year around. A remote controls fan speed, as well as the overhead light.

It’s simple to regulate the temperature in this tiny house using the heater and fan. A portable swamp (evaporative) cooler works well in arid climates like those of the desert Southwest, but a small AC unit will excel in the humid parts of the country.

Windows & walls

Features

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Double pane windows and R-13 insulation keep the temperature moderate inside. Blue-tinged bark beetle kill pine graces the loft walls and provides the sills for the living space windows.

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Birch paneling lends strength and natural texture to the living space walls.

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Bathroom and kitchen walls are pine tongue and groove. This room’s and storage loft ceiling is made of pine slats.

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Aspen tongue and groove ceiling above the loft and living space. Note the blue-tinged bark beetle kill pine tongue and groove that form the loft walls.