Welcome to our site! Leesa and I are in the process of creating this site to document our tiny house build. We also want to highlight the accessibility solutions we implement to make the house “accessible friendly” for Rob, who uses a walker. We have been updating our progress on Rob’s facebook page but decided a blog would be better. Links to tremendous resources are at the bottom of this
By Rob Pomazi In this edition of our blog Tiny House Accessibility with Rob & Leesa, we will show you our tiny house after it gets mostly weather wrapped. Likewise we will show the progress of installing the doors & windows. Using the specifications provided by our builder Thimble Homes, I placed an order with Discount Windows for the 11 windows and 2 doors that we needed. I ordered all
It’s finally here! On March 14th, 2019 Leesa and I signed a contract with Thimble Homes to build us a tiny house frame, put a metal roof on it, and deliver it to our concrete pad. Around June 12th our tiny house frame arrived at Thimble Homes after making its trek across the Rockies from the manufacturer, Trailer Made Custom Trailers in Olathe, Colorado. On July 3rd our tiny house
As told by Leesa Pomazi Laying a gravel base We decided that we would need a 10′ wide by 46′ long concrete pad for our tiny house. The concrete will be 3½” thick. Also we decided on a 4′ wide by 9′ long pad for a ramp and back porch on the northwest end of the main pad leading to the back door. It took 12 total yards of gravel.
By Rob Pomazi Hi, my name is Rob Pomazi. When my wife Leesa and I decided we wanted to go tiny we needed to find a builder. So, we attended a few tiny house shows in Portland and saw many great houses. After talking with several builders, one stood out from all the rest, Thimble Homes. They gave us personal attention and believed in our vision for our house. We