Question: What are some good natural material options for tiny trailer homes? Owen: Good options include cellulose or wool insulation (especially in the roof), straw/clay wall insulation with wood siding or paneling on both sides. Exterior grade vertical groove plywood siding is a popular choice (T-111). On top of this you could add trim boards […] Read more from > Natural Building Options for Tiny Trailer Homes
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“Candle Powered Heater! (Improved!!) DIY Radiant Space heater! (with fan!!). Easy DIY. Produces 170F+ Temps. Since about half of all the heat from a clay pot heater is typically concentrated at the top of the heater, it just quickly rises straight to the ceiling and is “in effect” lost (or at least “not felt”). This […] Read more from > Candle Powered Clay Pot Heater with Fan
“A tiny house is a great way to be mortgage free and stop paying utility bills every month. The tiny house movement is also a great way to become self sufficient and live off the grid. tiny home living!” Read more from > Tiny Homes: Mortgage-Free and NO Utility Bills – Off The Grid, Self Sufficient Living!
Here’s an interesting small business idea – renting pre-made wooden tiny houses. Units like these are often built in large sections for ease of transport and assembled onsite. Read more from > Tiny House Rentals
“My name is Hari Berzins and I moved into a tiny house with my family in May of 2011. I began blogging as a way to share what we learn from living simply and debt-free in a tiny house as we continue to save and build our right-sized, mortgage-free home. Read more from > Welcome to Our Tiny House Family
“Less Is More: The Tiny House Movement The tiny house trend is on the rise with more and more individuals, couples, and families choosing to trade in space for simplicity. And from college grads to retirees the appeal of a miniature home spans the ages. Shrinking square footage not only cuts down on chores — […] Read more from > Tiny Houses Infographic