Brett BakerI have a question, for tiny house listings and lovers of tiny houses.
If you took a small trailer park and renovated a mobile home in it, to mirror some of these tiny house designs, could you attract tiny house lovers?
With that, if , one by one, they were all renovated, do you think you could bring in, (............... hmmmmmm.............. how do I put this, without being offensive.............. hmmmmm.......) more and more tiny house lovers?
Crazy idea I know, but it would be a lot of fun. Crap, I'm just redoing mine for fun, I wouldn't be thinking of moving if I had a shop/studio next to mine.14 · 2 days ago
Shannon FieldsThere's not many tiny houses where I like the design without the loft. This one is really nice, particularly like all the windows. Great job!12 · 4 days ago
Ben VernickReally nice and very affordable compared to there other models. I love the XL but don't think I could afford it. This one I think so! It has a hidden pop up TV in the bedroom and you can even get an optional Washer Dryer combo. Yeah I could live here!4 · 4 days ago
Mark Studebaker HowesOne of our first overnight stays in our bus was in July of 2014. We were staying for three nights. Temps dropped down (unexpectedly) into the 30s at night and we hadn't gotten a heater or stove for the bus yet. I had watched the clay pot/tea light video just shortly before our overnight. I drove into the nearest town the next day and bought everything we needed for a clay pot heater. Your video made our trip MUCH warmer!3 · 4 days ago
Carol KiserI just saw this recomending using TEA LIGHT CANDLES to make small space heaters using teracotta pots and also using them to cook with inside you small house.PLEASE FOR GOODNESS SAKES DON'T . I tried the tealight heater in my tiny bathroom I set the tealights on a terracotta base in a small cookie sheet. the heat inside the pots builds up and the wax will combust. we nearly lost our cabin and ourselves if we had not had a working smoke detector and fire extiguisher for oill or wax based fires. Water would have just spread this fire. Ive talked to a few firefighters and they have come across SEVERAL FIRES STARTED BY using candles and the small alcohol or oil lamp home made heaters. Use them out side away from flammables ok but not in your dwelling!!!! I PLEAD WITH YOU THIS IS NOT SAFE AT ALL!!!!!1 · 3 days ago
Bob RapackiWell, at least you have electric and some kind of indoor plumbing. Surprised at the bracing around the tree. Is that structurally sound (don't know enough about it myself to judge properly).5 days ago
Checkout this video I did awhile back where I mounted two solar kits to a Dish Network swiveling stand. This way you can point the panels directly at the sun to capture more energy with your panels. ... See MoreSee Less
Tim GalloSure does look like he has trees shading his panels. Can,t have any shade cast onto the panels. Even shading 5% will kill efficiency by 50% plus.1 week ago
Jean RobsonI saw an invention of a man in England who made panels with prisms! Worked so well he was told to never make any of those again! Sounds like all the cures for Cancer we have found and had squelched.3 · 1 week ago
Taby KautzThe bales of straw around is not a good idea. Mice like to nest in them in the winter.6 days ago
Andy HesslerLaura Waalkens...Dakota Waalkens So...when you're getting ready for work and your kid is getting ready for school...and you're in the shower...and she's got the runs... Tiny house...not so cool... Just say'n ;)5 days ago
Suzi LaddWhere is the one in Loveland, Colo?2 hours ago