Firefighters have always been looked up to and admired for their bravery and along with their admirable traits they are easily spotted in their bright red truck with their loud sirens. Lucky for us, the two world collide as a Georgia couple have found a way to meld their passion for firefighters and their love for the tiny house community. As a tribute to firefighters and first respondents, this couple created a tiny firehouse perfect for hitting the road and showcasing what fire safety is all about. Continue reading “Tour a Tiny Firehouse”
Tiny mobile homes are a great option for homeowners on the move- whether it be for their job or for pleasure. One important aspect of a mobile tiny house is deciding what vehicle would best be suited for towing your home safely and securely. In doing so, it is essential to keep in mind certain key points such as road limits, house dimensions and weight distribution in order to bring your tiny home with you without a hassle. Enrich yourself about what type of vehicle you need to tow your tiny house.
A tiny house is defined as a house that is under 500 square feet. It can be mobile (built on a trailer bed with wheels) or have a solid foundation, just like a typical home. The average American house is around 2,500 square feet. The average tiny house ranges between 100 to 400 square feet. Although these tiny houses may not have a lot of space, the idea of less space is appealing for people who want to promote simple living and want to focus their attention more on experiences rather than material belongings. Continue reading “What is a Tiny House?”