Thursday I went out to Jay’s at the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company to check on the progress of the Fencl. I had been out Monday and they were in the process of putting on the cedar siding.
As of Thursday the siding and trim was almost completed, all but a little trim on the roof above the bump out. They had completed the staining of the cedar and were starting to put the knotty pine interior tongue and groove in on the walls.
The plumbing for the kitchen has been installed and all the electrical wiring completed. Time to start the time consuming finish work. The goal is to have it completed by the the first week in May and by the looks of things it should be done by then. Of course like any project surprises come up and it can take longer.
I will go out again on Wednesday of next week so it will be interesting to see how the interior will look by that time.
See previous posts of the Fencl construction: Update #1, Update #2, Update #3, Update #4.
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7 thoughts on “Fencl Update #5”
This is, hands down, my favorite Tumbleweed design. I so wish I had a reason to own one. But I suspect collecting tiny houses kind of would defeat the purpose. (sigh)
Hi Steph – This is my favorite as well and it is so much fun to see it be constructed. I have the same issue in deciding what tiny house will work best for us and it would be so much fun to collect your favorites…Kent
I agree. I can’t wait to see this one on the tour. Stephanie, if you collected them, you could have a tiny village.
I love looking at the progress of projects such as this. It’s looking great. Looking forward to the finished interior.
i love the fencl ,it is the size for me and my tiny dog zoey.
I’m with Christina – c’mon, Steph, you can collect the wee houses and uhhhh … be our landlady!! And ummm … we would worship you like a goddess — with a small g, avoiding total blasphemy, hope you don’t mind — a deity more like Tina Fey!
Okay, okay … Seriously … another beautiful Tumbleweed. I have so much admiration for these folks. Thank you for another one!