Boasting two queen bedrooms and two full baths, this micro home is more than just a pretty face. Plumbing, water lines, and more have been painstakingly designed to handle the cold temps of the Northeast. In addition, it has been modified to connect to local water, sewer, and electrical systems. Take a walk-thru below.
*Some items pictured are for staging purposes only, and are not for sale. Please inquire.
Dark oak flooring throughout with heating at the following standpoints:
We designed and installed NEW hot and cold water lines inside and down the center of the trailer beneath floor registers. In the winter when the heat is on, the water lines stay warm, preventing freezing. The outside water line that connects to the city water is insulated and has heat on it that automatically turns itself on when the temperature drops.
Bathroom holding tanks have heaters plus an inside switch installed, which automatically turns on when the temperature drops. 3" Y-shaped pipe connecting both bathrooms with a clean-out T. The Y-pipe also has a city sewage attachment, designed for easy, effortless dumping. Electric dump valves plus an inside switch, so that the bathroom holding tanks can be emptied from inside. Valve heaters installed on the valve to prevent freezing.
The skirting pictured can be taken with the travel trailer, in order to provide protection to the undercarriage from wind and snow. The skirting may also provide access to trailer parks where skirting is a non-negotiable requirement.
$2,500. The warranty is optional. It is not included in the selling price. It covers parts and labor for almost everything for 4 years. (See terms, conditions, and exclusions) It includes a deep inspection of all systems before purchase.