Quality is never an accident

Loose screws in a steel framed tiny house

Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives.
— William A. Foster

It has been said on a tiny house blog in January;

“Lots of folks think about using metal studs for the construction of tiny houses because of the weight advantages.

Although it’s becoming well-known that the screws can come loose when you tow your tiny house due to the vibration.”

We would like to address the issue of the screws in steel framed tiny houses.

With the road vibration from moving a tiny house, it is possible that screws would loosen up over time. That fact alone is the main reason we took the extra step of welding all pieces to make a stronger frame than could be possible with just screwing pieces together. After welding, the joints are actually stronger than the original piece of steel as now it has taken on the characteristics of the area around the welds similiar to tempered steel. This is an added step to make sure we deliver a product that will last a lifetime.

Typical Pictures are of the Wildflower II

Tiny House Interior Finish Stairs with Drawers

Tiny House Interior Finish Stairs with Drawers

Tiny House Welded Frame

Tiny House Welded Frame

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2 Responses to “Quality is never an accident”

  1. Mariah McCord April 2, 2012 at 11:56 am #

    Love the stairs. Am making a collection of different rooms from tiny houses and going to use them when I design my own house in the very near future. Will definitely use this one.

  2. Cheri September 30, 2013 at 1:43 pm #

    By simply incorporating the stairs, you have made the impossible possible. How does someone with a disability climb that darn ladder… One step closer to tiny house ownership.

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