I took a week off of building to assemble a new scooter I ordered. Next was to finish up the plumbing and insulation.
First thing I did was to cut a hole where I wanted the drain:
Here’s the drain pipe assembly:
I attached the drain pipe to the 2″x4″ with a strap for stability:
I fit the drain pipe into the hole again:
And then I used another strap to attach the rest under the house:
I ran some PEX tubing through the walls and put in garden hose sized male and female adapters with 1/4″ screw clamps:
For the water to enter the tiny house, I used a garden hose splitter. The left side goes to the PEX tubing which will go to the shower which is a propane powered portable hot water heater I got on Amazon. The right side has an attachment that will go to the line to the sink. I sealed all the threads with sealant for that purpose.
… and bolted the assembly to some blocking I added:
Here’s what it looks like on the outside (after I sealed it up with caulk):
Then I closed both the valves on the splitter and hooked up a garden hose. Water flows through and no leaks!
I originally was going to run a couple of different pipes and attachments together for the propane line for the shower. When I sized it up, turns out the included hose is long enough to reach by itself:
And this is where the propane tank will sit on the hitch:
And then I went back and sealed up the opening:
Next, I’m insulating the walls and putting in the bathroom walls.