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the wedge

Our design for the WEDGE was inspired by the ranch structures & some of the colors found in the eastern Montana landscape.

The design’s name evolved from the simple shed-style roof design. Designed with a low-sloped pitch, this home’s roof system is sheathed with 3/4-inch plywood, ice & water shield, and covered with a 24-gauge standing-seam metal roof system capable of with standing high winds & hail. While customization can be made to your home’s colors, the exterior material options that we
have chosen capture the natural colors found in the environment. In the renderings shown here, the yellow-colored wood-grained panels are high-pressure laminated panels called Fundermax. These panels are not only beautiful, but they are also built to withstand harsh outdoor climates and big temperature swings found in many areas of the United States. The dark siding is cedar that
has been burned in the traditional Japanese “shou sugi ban” style of preparation. This charring technique seals the wood, makes it fire retardant, and rot/insect resistant.
The interior of the home was designed to feel open to the outdoors. Large planes of glass have been incorporated into both of the long walls in this design to give it a more spacious feel. Clients will have the option of three (3) different trailer lengths to best accommodate their storage desires. The walls & ceiling will be finished with white-washed birch plywood and the floors will
be a durable, wood-look, plank-style, laminated vinyl tile. The counters will be a combination of solid surface in the kitchen and laminate elsewhere. The cabinetry will play against the whitewashed birch look and a tile back splash will be incorporated into the kitchen area. The bathroom will include a composting toilet as well as a 32-inch fiberglass tub/shower combination and a
wall-mounted sink.
Each one of our projects have been designed and engineered by licensed Architects and Engineers. All of our homes are designed to be moved and stand up to abuse found in any climate. The walls, roof, and floor have been constructed with some of the highest thermal resistance values (R-Values) in the industry. Our walls boast an R-Value of over 20, our floors systems have an R-Value
of 19, and our roof system has been designed to an R-Value of nearly 30. This gives your tiny home the energy efficiency it needs to withstand the harshest of summer or winter weather while saving you money on your heating/cooling costs. Each home’s windows are made from reliable manufacturers that use powder-coated, extruded aluminum on both the frame of the window
and the sash. This makes the windows impact resistant to both hail and rocks. The windows are argon-filled and have a U-factor of below .30.

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