Tiny House Interior Update – Electrical

Let me preface that many of these pictures just look like conduit.  The amount of work that went into running the conduit should not be overlooked though.  We had to drill 1″ holes through the studs, run the conduit through, run a snake back through the conduit, attach the wires to the snake, then pull the wires through.  It took a lot of work, but all the electrical in the house now works and we no longer need to run extension cords from the main house in order to work on the tiny house.

Here are the pictures:


View of the conduits entering the junction box.


Loft electricity


Mess of conduits.


Lights in the kitchen.


Loft Electricity


Outlet in living area.


Outlet in living area


Bathroom light works.


110 volt and 220 volt power in the kitchen.


Power to the loft.


Leaving the light switches and going to the kitchen.


Conduits going to the light switches.


Conduits going to the loft, switches on the 1st floor, and the fan/light.


Conduits running to the junction box.


Conduit run over the windows to the loft.

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2 Responses to Tiny House Interior Update – Electrical

  1. Wow, good job! How long did it take from start to finish?

  2. kmaibusch says:

    The electrical took about 9 months, but I rarely made it back to work on it, and my dad was not working on it very often. We basically worked on it if I was home for a vacation or he was bored around the house. It could probably have been completed in a week or 2 if we had the time to devote to it.

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