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Travis Skinner's Tiny Houses and Arts/Crafts Projects

Travis Skinners Home on Wheels

Travis Skinner’s home on wheels

“I put on the furring strips with the help of my friend Steven. These furring strips will allow for a ½″ gap behind the siding that will allow airflow to dry out any moisture. Rain screens, in my opinion, are the best way to side in the Northwest. Take advantage of airflow, whenever possible…”

Check out Travis Skinner’s website here; it’s rich in art, craft, and building. He lives in Olympia, Washington.

3 Responses to Travis Skinner's Tiny Houses and Arts/Crafts Projects

  1. “Rainscreen” was a new term to me, as usual, Wikipedia has the low-down:

  2. Anonymous says:

    Check out this website for more information, here is the glossary page for “Rainscreen”

  3. Samantha says:

    I live in Canada and the chances of us meeting are slim to none but I have put it there for my FP to meet your energy. I dig the way your mind works and I absolutely am envious of what you have created. It is awesome!! Great job. I have been planning for over 2 years and because of you I am over thinking it. It will happen, I know it will. It is my dream, my focus for so long. I will sit back and plan as i go. When the trailer is purchased. It makes the most sense to me. I already know what I need for simplicity. You are beautiful, don’t change a thing. Samantha

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