The exterior of the Nomad model is made from two different types of steel: black vertical steel sheets and Distinction faux wood steel cladding. The woodgrain imitation is maintenance free and UV resistant while the other type of steel only requires a verification on the fasteners seals every 6 months. The trailer is powder coated for an increased durability and all the windows are tempered glass, residential grade. When you step inside the Nomad using the sliding door, you are facing the kitchen/dining area. The entrance features a closet where you can put your coats in the middle section. There are a few hooks at the back of the TV mount in case you need extra space. The dinette seats 4 people and turns into a bed that can accommodate two children or one adult for sleeping. There is a drawer on each side of the seat and the rest is occupied by the propane furnace and water heater. The table as well as the countertop are walnut laminate and they match the other wood accents in the home. A split unit provides both heating and cooling options. The kitchen is equipped with high quality appliances; Furrion 12V refrigerator and Furrion propane range/oven. A 2 in 1 washer and dryer combo is built in under the kitchen countertop. There are plenty of cabinets despite the small space and a microwave installed on a pull-out tray in the tall pantry next to the fridge. The modern bathroom has a dry flush toilet connected to a black water tank and a shower connected to a gray water tank. The bedroom has a queen bed (mattress included, barely used), with plenty of lighting and storage options and a door for privacy. The Nomad has the option to run fully off grid using the 4 bifacial solar panels (440W) + 2 lithium battereis 2000Ah + 3000W inverter, or plugged in using a typical RV plug. The house has a command center to show usage and remaining power.