Add Yourself to the Tiny House Map

The tiny house community is constantly growing. To find tiny folks near you use the Tiny House Map. Be sure to add yourself too. Complete as much or little of the profile as you’re comfortable.

To find tiny house professionals near you use the Tiny House Directory, which can be handy if you’re looking to tour or build a tiny house.

The Tiny House Map and Tiny House Directory are web services provided by Tiny Home Builders.

 

Simply Living – Build It for $10,000-$12,000 in Materials

What we came up with is a 20 foot house that can be fully completed for only $10,000-12,000 with all new materials even less with reclaimed materials… For a limited time, we are offering the plan package PDF download for whatever amount of money you decide and what you think they are worth. And we are going to donate 100% of the proceeds to charity, specifically I Care Atlanta which is a nonprofit devoted to ending homelessness.” – Tiny Home Builders

Learn more about this New House Plan For Charity at Tiny Home Builders.

Tiny House on Wheels with an Addition

Photo Credit Timothy/Tiny Home Builders
I wanted to share Timothy’s tiny house design with you today. I got to meet him at the Atlantia, Georgia Tiny Home Builders workshop earlier this year.
He ended up purchasing Dan’s Tinier Living plans and made some adjustments which I think are awesome. And if you ever needed or wanted to it seems like you’d be able to detach and roll the home away.
This works well for so many things because you can live in it, take it on vacation, and even use it as an emergency shelter or “bug out” house in the event of an emergency.

Tiny Home Builders – How to Video Series

Dan is making excellent progress on his latest tiny house and how-to video series – a virtual tiny house building workshop. Last step on the exterior of this house was to finish the roof.

“I personally like the look of the metal roof, but I know it’s not for everyone. The problem is that there aren’t many alternatives that are as strong for the high winds that are experienced while moving a house and as lightweight as metal.”

via On to the Interior | Tiny Home Builders.