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Why Get Tiny House Advice from Ethan?
Hands on experience
I built my tiny house by hand. I’ve made all of the common mistakes so you don’t have to.
Focus on making good decisions.
I don’t just tell you want to do. I know that your tiny house needs are unique, so I focus on helping you make the right decisions.
Theory AND practice.
Everything I recommend is something I either have used myself or have researched extensively.
Tiny House Decisions was illuminating and I am glad you put it out there. Thanks for helping us get our mental wheels in motion.Jana Westover
Your book is at the core of our planning and research, and it gave us some extra motivation to make the leap.Jared Knight
You’re the best thing that’s every happened with tiny houses. Think of all the grief you are helping people to avoid! I loved your Tiny House Decisions!Kim R. Steinle
I’m so glad I started out with your book before getting knee deep in the construction!Brenda Moore
From The Tiny House Blog
While I really love tiny houses, I don’t think they’re for everybody. I recognize that some families simply couldn’t fit into a home of just a couple hundred square meters. I recognize that not everyone finds tiny houses as aesthetically pleasing as other buildings. And I recognize that there are cheaper homes you could build.read more
How to Get the Benefits of Living in a Tiny House without Actually Living in One: Psychological Benefits
I often hear from people who would really like to live in a tiny house but who can’t, whether that’s because they can’t afford it, their health won’t allow it, or they have commitments that prevent them from moving.read more
How to Get the Benefits of Living in a Tiny House without Actually Living in One: Practical Benefits
I get a lot of emails from people who have fallen in love with the tiny house way of life, but who, for whatever reason, cannot build and live in a tiny house. Often it’s a case of money, but other times it’s to do with age and mobility, responsibilities and ties, family and relationships, and so on.read more