This Guest Post is from Andrew Dang – Andrew is a DIY’er and founder of Simply Home Tips
He likes to share his experience through detailed guidelines with pictures on home improvement, Do- It- Yourself projects, around-the-house fixing, woodworking, etc.
Conserving Energy At Home – What You Can Do Continue reading Guest Post- Conserving Energy at Home : What You Can Do!
When we were planning our Shed to House Conversion it was a necessity to have running water. We decided that we would use PEX Plumbing over conventional PVC for the ease of its use and affordability. While in the process of shopping for supplies and the items that we would need, I came across a Pex Plumbing Kit that gave me everything I wanted in one place without having to shop around for the various parts. Continue reading PEX Plumbing Kit- My Personal Experience
While planning Tiny House Plumbing we had to give much thought into where we wanted our water line to come into the cabin, where our bathroom shower, toilet and vanity would go, and particularly the kitchen. We built our interiors walls to allow for size and where we needed things to go. Not only for functionality but for ease in installing plumbing and drain lines. We also wanted it within a reasonable distance of our septic tank and leech field.
In August of 2017 we had a local contractor to clear the land and the same day install our new septic system. Since no public sewer exists in our area, we were required to seek approval and install a septic tank from the State.
Instead of repeating after myself, my prior Post from February will bring you up-to-date on the plumbing. You can read it Here Continue reading Our Homestead – The Plumbing – Part I
What a long trip it’s been since my last post in February. It was my intention to keep you posted on my daily progress throughout our transition from Florida to our property in the mountains of Tennessee and our subsequent build to our Small Homestead cabin. For many reasons it just didn’t quite work out that way. It took a few weeks to adjust and get settled into our rental cabin and get organized.
I also decided before our move that I would semi retire and hopefully find something part-time to supplement our income and help pay for all this stuff. The retirement income was the easy part – The part-time gig took a little more time than I had hoped with the usual background checks, training and waiting. Continue reading Our Blog is Back, Now to Catch up!