Our house was built by a woman who lives in California. She built it intending to live in it herself. However, when she completed the projected, she decided that it was too small. She is building another one now. Anyways, because she was intending to live in California, the house wasn't "winter proofed." We didn't have too many issues with this other than the door. Last winter, condensation would gather inside the door. It would drip down and gather underneath the door and freeze. Since ice expands, the door would be pushed up and hit against the stud above it. Closing and opening it was super difficult.
We bought our tiny house already completed. It came with everything from built in furniture to decorations. One of the things I've loved about living here is slowly changing things to fit our needs and our lifestyle. We've had a few issues, however, with things that went really wrong. Our water leaked, and Alex had to fix that. But the one thing that has given us more trouble than anything else in the house was our door. It was extremely drafty, leaked water, and was covered in mold.
We knew we wanted to replace the door, but couldn't find anyone willing to do it for us, and Alex didn't want to do it himself. Then we discovered Titan Tiny Home Builders! They moved their office and building facility about 5 miles away from us. They came out and replaced the door.