“We literally considered not sleeping in the space- especially when a small storm came through at night and we could see the wind slowly moving the cabin walls back and forth. YES, I talked to the renter/owner afterwards and warned him, ‘You’re gonna kill somebody with this place at some point’.”
“So ladies and gentlemen, here it is- THE WORST TINY HOUSE I’VE EVER SEEN! “
It is truly frightening. From the roof to the ground (where the roof will likely end up soon if it isn’t already there), there’s not much good you can say about any of it. As Derek points out, the wall art probably has more structural integrity than the wall it’s hanging on!
This one covers more categories of regret than any previous post. It’s just that bad!
The correct way: Measure twice, cut once.
The usual way: Measure once, cut two or three times.
This builder: Don’t measure, cut only when you can’t make up for excess length by overlapping or changing the angle, and nail it together (even if you have some screws mixed in with the nails). A tremendous time saver!
Now that’s what I call a quality framing job!
Of course, you can imagine what’s going to happen to all that lumber that’s in direct contact with the ground!
Found on this site… where there are additional regrettable pictures, including the “finished product”.
The guy who took the original video above got a comment on YouTube from the person who actually bought the house. It’s now 7 years later, and the frighteningly scabbed together mess above has been redone properly.