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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.
I'm so glad I started out with your book before getting knee deep in the construction!
From The Tiny House Blog
Have you thought about leveraging your tiny house as an income-generating property? Husband and wife duo Lauren Hudson and Chris Krieger did exactly that — the entrepreneurial couple purchased a tiny home with the goal of creating a new income stream. ...
The post below is awesome, but also really long. If you don't have time to read it, I've put together a quick, 2-page cheat sheet that shows you how to use these strategies to build a tiny house cheap. It's free and you can get it when you click here...
Most tiny houses builders make the most of the space they have available to them by incorporating a loft into their build. The loft area is then used as a bedroom, and it's accessed via a ladder. This all makes space-saving sense.
In this article, we're going to explore what makes a shipping container a great starting point for a tiny house, what drawbacks shipping containers have, and how you can build your own shipping container tiny house.
Usually when you picture a tiny house, I imagine you think of one with wheels. If there is such a thing, the "standard" tiny house is built on a trailer, often to get around pesky codes and zoning rules that require buildings to be a certain size in order to be deemed...
One of the parts of building a tiny house that many people worry about is tiny house plumbing. This is one big area where your tiny house will be very different from a regular house. While normal houses generally have permanent access to water because they're on the grid, when your house is mobile, there's no guarantee that you'll always be near to a water source that you can hook up to.