My first major step in creating my own reality.
You are amazing!!
I am so excited about this. and so proud, even though we've never actually met! I Hope you'll drive over to Virginia sometime!
Congrats on your roof raising!
Sure wish Sing would be more transparent on exactly what the cost of their panels are and where to get them...etc. I have to fill out a huge form just to get information about them. Wish you success. Just wish I could get more info about them.
I do too... What we ended up doing is setting up a meeting with Peter Sing. They are made down in McCleary, WA so it wasn't to much of a treck for us. But my suggestion is be persistent, talk to him personally (and let him know Celina sent you)- the product is well worth it : )Good luck to you!
Hi Celina! I love the photos! They're very vibrant and nicely framed. The design of the house looks so cozy. Yeah, it'll definitely make a great home. I wish you luck in your projects. Cheers!
I find you did cool the moment when you selected this subject of this blog article here. Do you as a rule compose your entries all by yourself or you have a business partner or even an assistant?
Thank you, I compose the entries on my!
Building a tiny house looks fun! You get to do it with your family! I hope it finishes soon so you can drive it around already. By the way, I love the photos! Whoever took this has an eye for photography.
Yes it is quite an adventure! I composed and set up all the photos, I actually am quite in to photography - check out my website CelinaDill.com.
The photos just capture how hard-working and determine everyone is to do the job! I really like every one of it. And all of you really did a great job raising the roof. Everyone really deserves a pat in the back! Anyway, what kind of roof did you install?
Thank you Sarai! The roof is home made SIP panels (structural insulated panels).
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