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Working On My Tiny House Living Room Walls To Prepare For Paneling N15

Working On My Tiny House Living Room Walls To Prepare For Paneling N15

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I worked on my solar panel battery bank and then worked on the living room walls in my tiny house on wheels.

I connected all of my golf cart batteries together but sadly they were down to under 12 volts right after being tested at the store. I have to desulfate them before I can put them into use again.

I got the rest of the radiant foil installed in the living room walls of my tiny home. Then I put up some OSB sheeting behind the wood stove pipe where I will have tiles to protect the wall from heating when the wood stove is burning.

The wood stove pipe has a heat shield on it but I prefer to have wall tiles behind it anyway. Wood paneling would only dry out with time, shrink and split. So I chose to put wall times up behind the wood stove pipe.

I went with 24 inches wide from the floor up to the ceiling of my tiny home.

After finishing the living room radiant foil and then the OSB it is starting to really look better in here and it has a more finished appearance.

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