I’m guessing that a lot of you reading this article are thinking, “What is a Tiny House?” You’ve probably heard of a ‘tiny house’ or even seen one in a brochure. That’s what I thought, too. But what is a Tiny House?
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So now you’re reading the article and are wondering about the term itself. Don’t worry. A Tiny House is a type of home in which you could fit two cars on the lot and just add more as you build. It has all the amenities you would find in a traditional home but with smaller floor plans and higher ceilings.
The unique shape of these homes offers a feeling of spaciousness, while the use of lower ceilings and large windows allows for less room that allows for only small spaces. The design of these homes creates small rooms that can be shared by as many people as possible. Tiny Houses offers a little bit of everything in a very tiny space.
If you’ve ever been to a tiny home, you know that it feels like you’re in a house. While you are sharing a large space with several people, you’re still enjoying all the amenities that you would find in a larger home.
So why should you consider a Tiny House? For starters, Tiny Houses is generally not extremely expensive to construct. They’re also generally less expensive to rent or buy than other types of homes. They also offer less maintenance than some other types of homes.
You can usually find these homes on the Internet through ‘store front’ sites, which are sites that sell similar types of portable homes but they will often have a larger selection. Alternatively, you can find them at specialty outdoor stores. You can also find them at thrift stores, flea markets, garage sales, and on Craigslistand Oahu Listings.
Most Tiny Houses are made of wood and is constructed so that you don’t need a lot of tools and equipment to move them. There are a few things you’ll need, of course, to be able to build your own house.
You’ll need a plan or blueprint and the construction kit that comes with it. It will generally include the lumber, building materials, a water heater, electrical wire, screws, nails, pipe clamps, a hammer, drills, a drill press, a level, a measuring tape, and sand paper.