Wrapping the Tiny

The front and back of the tiny house were wrapped before the wedding, now that we are back from the honeymoon, it is time to wrap the sides to move along with construction.

The sides are wrapped from bottom to top, with the top layers overlapping the lower layers. This causes a shingle effect which will help shed water and avoid water from getting under the tar paper and wetting the plywood.

If you store your tools and building supplies in the tiny house like I do, be sure you get them all out before you seal up the door with tar paper!

Now that the house is fully wrapped, battens will be placed on the walls to hold the tar paper in place while the windows are installed.