Snowboarder turns to Building Custom Tiny House Van Conversions

As some choose to live a life on the road through tiny houses on wheels or van conversions (or skoolies- converted school buses), NC’s JJ Catlett has been providing a custom built product where there is a need- and has been keeping very busy at that. He calls his vehicles “Adventure Mobiles”. Take a look at one of JJ’s recent conversions- something he initially conceived for his own travel, camping, and needs/desires- and you’ll see that much hasn’t been left out. Fully off-grid these van homes provide almost all the comforts of a normal house, but in a much smaller space. Solar powered, easy to clean, and easy to “hide”, make these “Custom Van Campers” a hot commodity for many with this one man’s growing business.

http://www.customvancampers.com

HERE is a link list of materials/products I use in my builds, my books, workshops, and more:

NEW Shirts- Deek Design/Sketch (Helps keep this channel running!)- http://shop.stayvocal.com/t061-p569.html

Tiny House Hands-On Workshops: https://relaxshacks.myshopify.com/collections/all

Deek’s Transforming A-Frame Cabin Plans (which you can build for UNDER $1200!)- HERE: https://relaxshacks.myshopify.com/collections/all

Deek’s book “MICROSHELTERS”- A Bestseller…
FREE SHED/Cabin plans from the Jamaica Cottage Shop https://jamaicacottageshop.com/newsletter-sign-up/

OUR EVEN NEWER (sketch by Deek) Tiny House Village T-shirts! https://stay-vocal.myshopify.com/products/tiny-house-neighborhood

14 Comments

  1. I can’t stress enough how important cargo netting can be for creating ceiling storage. It’s perfect for clothing, towels, bed sheets, etc.

  2. Most definitely if i had a conversion van i wouldnt want windows on the sides or back so i can be able be stealthy and park everywhere

  3. I like how neat and organized this van is. I see so many videos of people who look like slobs and their vans reflect that. I also like the idea of moving the bed higher in order to create more storage underneath, something I would do if I were to get into a van. However, I don’t like all that wood on the walls and ceilings. I believe that adds weight to the van and decreases gas mileage.

    I tried getting into an RV but being in disability, the SSA and Medicare were going to make it difficult to do.

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