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Tiny Houses tiny houses  living a big dream small | Newsletter Tinyhouses

Tiny Houses: Living A Big Dream Small

by: Bob McCann
tiny houses  living a big dream small | Newsletter

Tiny houses are gaining popularity as a creative, affordable, and fun way to deal with the affordable housing problem. Also, there is a perk of reducing overall living costs and environmental consciousness and minimizing a carbon footprint.

Tiny Houses: Living A Big Dream Small

The idea of building your own home is tempting, particularly if you end up with half of the previous living costs. The whole process can be an amusing challenge, quite attractive to young people.

Affordability Living

For some people, this asset comes on top of anything else. Tiny houses are the most affordable housing solution around. One common way is to build them on a trailer base or even refurbishing an old trailer. Registering these houses as road-towable vehicles can avoid many issues and expenses that build a permanent home with foundations. Small houses on a foundation are a middle-solution, still hard to legislate in many countries.

The average price of tiny house living is about $10,000+ to build, plus significantly reduced living costs. If you go completely off the grid, the numbers drop accordingly.

interior-A-spes-tiny-house-with-furniture
Photo by Andrea Davis, Unsplash

Recommended: Tiny Houses Revolt In The United States: Live Big

Environmental Consciousness and Sustainability

According to inspectamerica.com, a common tiny house uses between 100 and 200 amps, depending on the size and the types of appliances that need power. It’s only a tiny fraction of what you spend, on average, by living in a traditional house.

Going completely off the grid, disconnecting from electricity and water, and relying on sustainable systems, recycling, and solar energy, many consider the only proper way to live.

Searching for More Meaningful Life

Simplified housing gives you more time to do other things, including more socializing and improving family connections. Some studies show that people who live in tiny houses, on average, spend more time outside and in various activities in a selected company, which contributes to overall happiness.

Recommended: Tiny Houses: Living A Big Dream Small

Downsizing releases you from the things you do because they need to be done, not because you enjoy them. Instead of spending large portions of time cleaning a big house, you can devote yourself to a hobby. Instead of investing large sums of money in upgrades and repairs, you can travel or buy a luxury amenity that you normally couldn’t afford.

Simplicity And Mobility

The size of homes in the United States has been growing through the decades, reaching the absurd levels of thousands of square meters as a mainstream norm for a single-family. By 2013, the average size of a family home surpassed 2500 square feet. The expenses for necessary maintenance were rising accordingly. Along came the Tiny House Movement as a sort of rebellion. People who downsize are looking for more freedom in place of “being owned’ by their homes.

tiny-house-on-wheels-surrounded-by-trees
Photo by Güte, Unsplash

Recommended: Sustainable Tiny House Towns: Wheeled And Fixed

That being said, owners of tiny homes often cite mobility as one of their most prominent reasons for going tiny. That’s why the popularity of tiny homes on wheels keeps rapidly growing. The owner has a lot of free time; he also enjoys the freedom of movement. A tiny house can be placed almost anywhere, providing the owner with a feeling of a never-ending holiday.

Hi, my name is Bob Mccann. I’ve personally built over 300 small houses for my clients. And I’ve experienced just about every building situation imaginable. After years of mastering this unique trade, I’d like to teach you everything personally – and I mean everything – you need to know to build your Small House TODAY.

Cover photo Leo Wieling, Unsplash

Source Bob McCann

For more information, click on Bitsy House 

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Recommended: Tiny Houses Tips And Tricks: Minimalistic Living Experience

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Tiny Houses: Living A Big Dream Small

Tiny houses are gaining popularity as a creative, affordable, and fun way to deal with the affordable housing problem. Also, there is a perk of reducing overall living costs and environmental consciousness and minimizing a carbon footprint. Tiny Houses: Living A Big Dream Small The idea of building your own home is tempting, particularly if you end up with half of the previous living costs. The whole process can be an amusing challenge, quite attractive to young people. Affordability Living For some people, this asset comes on top of anything else. Tiny houses are the most affordable housing solution around. One common way is to build them on a trailer base or even refurbishing an old trailer. Registering these houses as road-towable vehicles can avoid many issues and expenses that build a permanent home with foundations. Small houses on a foundation are a middle-solution, still hard to legislate in many countries. The average price of tiny house living is about $10,000+ to build, plus significantly reduced living costs. If you go completely off the grid, the numbers drop accordingly. Photo by  Andrea Davis , Unsplash Recommended:  Tiny Houses Revolt In The United States: Live Big Environmental Consciousness and Sustainability According to inspectamerica.com, a common tiny house uses between 100 and 200 amps, depending on the size and the types of appliances that need power. It’s only a tiny fraction of what you spend, on average, by living in a traditional house. Going completely off the grid, disconnecting from electricity and water, and relying on sustainable systems, recycling, and solar energy, many consider the only proper way to live. Searching for More Meaningful Life Simplified housing gives you more time to do other things, including more socializing and improving family connections. Some studies show that people who live in tiny houses, on average, spend more time outside and in various activities in a selected company, which contributes to overall happiness. Recommended:  Tiny Houses: Living A Big Dream Small Downsizing releases you from the things you do because they need to be done, not because you enjoy them. Instead of spending large portions of time cleaning a big house, you can devote yourself to a hobby. Instead of investing large sums of money in upgrades and repairs, you can travel or buy a luxury amenity that you normally couldn’t afford. Simplicity And Mobility The size of homes in the United States has been growing through the decades, reaching the absurd levels of thousands of square meters as a mainstream norm for a single-family. By 2013, the average size of a family home surpassed 2500 square feet. The expenses for necessary maintenance were rising accordingly. Along came the Tiny House Movement as a sort of rebellion. People who downsize are looking for more freedom in place of “being owned’ by their homes. Photo by  Güte , Unsplash Recommended:  Sustainable Tiny House Towns: Wheeled And Fixed That being said, owners of tiny homes often cite mobility as one of their most prominent reasons for going tiny. That’s why the popularity of tiny homes on wheels keeps rapidly growing. The owner has a lot of free time; he also enjoys the freedom of movement. A tiny house can be placed almost anywhere, providing the owner with a feeling of a never-ending holiday. Hi, my name is Bob Mccann. I’ve personally built over 300 small houses for my clients. And I’ve experienced just about every building situation imaginable. After years of mastering this unique trade, I’d like to teach you everything personally – and I mean everything – you need to know to build your Small House TODAY. Cover photo  Leo Wieling , Unsplash Source Bob McCann For more information,  click on Bitsy House  Before you go: Recommended:  Tiny Houses Tips And Tricks: Minimalistic Living Experience Did you find this an interesting article, or do you have a question or remark? Leave a comment below. We try to respond the same day. Like to write your article about your tiny house experience?  Send your writing & scribble with a photo to  [email protected] , and we will write an interesting article based on your input  or subscribe .
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