The Build

Used in trailer bed to help keep rodents and insects out.

Used these to level our trailer when we first parked in the driveway. They held throughout the entire build too!

To cover all the metal flashing seams underneath the trailer. 

We've had ours for four years (!!) and it's still going strong helping us with projects.

We each bought a pair of these to keep our eyes safe during every step of the build.

To protect our trailer wheels from the sun and other elements during the build. 

A helpful way to make sure every corner of our trailer was level.

These were a absolute life saver when it came to cutting all of our metal siding. Made the process so much smoother!

What we used to seal all of our windows and doors before installation.

Clean, minimalist keyed entry door handle.

Again, really sticking with the ~clean, minimalist, black~ aesthetic. 

We placed this in our living room and love the ambiance the faux but real looking flames give off. Plus it helps heat our house. 

How we get hot water! No tank needed, on demand. 

Modern, clean look and it pulls down to spray all the dishes easily. Never thought I'd love a faucet so much.

An above counter sink for easier installation and a cool look to the bathroom!

Allows us to connect our house to 50 AMP power supplies.

conveniently long for all our power tool needs. 

Helped us create 90° angles while building different parts of our house. (stairs, storage, etc.)

So we can run wires through the wall and hide them. Mainly used for our tv!

Allows us to power down and hook up to a normal house outlet if necessary. 

Allows us to amp down to a 30 Amp hook up supply. 

How we made our starry ceiling possible! Completely worth it to level up your space coolness by 100000.

Color changing lightbulbs that connects directly to Alexa, Siri, or your Google Home.

We used these to cut all of our outlets into the plywood to seamlessly fit over them.

Installed right above our cooktop in our kitchen.

Allows us to plug the range into an outlet rather than having it hardwired. 

We use this for our ventless range hood.

Couldn't recommend this composting toilet enough. Simple, easy to use, and easy to clean.

Used this to cover wiring for future mini split.

One of those "just in case/good to have" items for a thousand mile road trip.

We used these on all the insides of our cabinets and they're good to have extra for random furniture you end up building - see: office loft daybed. 

Matte black handles that contrast beautifully with our clay painted kitchen cabinets and drawers.

Easy to use, easy to read for all your tire pressure needs (for car & trailer).

Just a replacement strip used for our front door. 

Continuing with the matte black aesthetic, this nicely blends into our kitchen sink and works exactly as expected.

Sleek design that fits right into our counter. We weren't sure if two burners would be enough, however after cooking for a year in here we've only ever used one. So this is plenty!

This assortment pack came with everything we needed to secure all the boxes into place during our move.

Pumped this around our outdoor plumbing and inside our toilet to deter odor.

Remember when we moved the tiny 3,000 miles away? We forgot to take down our window screens and one blew off. Luckily, this cheap alternative allowed us to have a screen once again.

We used this to tape to secure all of our cabinets and drawers in place in transit. This was the last thing we did before watching our house move for the first time!

Installed this on the inside of our wood sliding door to our bathroom and we love it!

Smoke and carbon monoxide alarm, cause every home needs one.

Attached to our outside water hookup that runs directly into our house.

Our outdoor hose for washing off the deck or rinsing off our future rescued dog.

This allows our one water connection to turn into two! 

To help keep the pipes underneath our trailer from freezing during the winter.

Hangs on the side of fridge for keys, sunglasses, and our face masks.

Smiley face sticker if you guess what we use this level for. (answer key: leveling)

Purchased four of these for our DIY outdoor patio/catio build.

This ladder telescopes open and close so we're able to go on our roof then store it in our tool shed.

Installed these underneath our bottom kitchen shelf to hang our mugs & glasses.

We put these underneath all the stack jacks.

Because when you build your own house it's helpful to have a place to organize those tools in case ya need them in the future.

Helps stabilize the trailer in our new parking spot.

Now that we have tiny house neighbors, we put this on our bathroom window. 

For H2O consumption :)