If you’ve heard of the Tiny House Kit, you probably have a lot of questions. Where do these homes come from? Are they legal?
Even though it may seem puzzling at first, tiny house living actually comes with a slew of benefits — as long as you can handle (very) limited space. Emphasis on very. Read on to learn everything you need to know about tiny houses from Khome Steel Structure.
Tiny homes are just what they sound like — small houses that are just big enough for everything you need. According to the International council Code tiny houses must be 400 square feet or less — and according to required tiny prefab home they can be as small as 60 square feet in size.
Tiny house living is so much more than wanting to feel like you’re in a walkup studio apartment in Manhattan. The whole tiny house thing has become a social movement, with people moving into the small homes for a number of interesting reasons. For example: it’s more affordable than a larger home; it has a relatively low environmental impact; and the small space forces inhabitants to live a comfortable life.
One of the greatest benefits of a prefab tiny home is the cost savings. Because the space is so much smaller than the average house, you’ll have lower electricity bills, smaller monthly payments, and lower upkeep costs. On top of that, the prefab house will cost less to buy upfront, or have lower rental payments.
Another benefit is the lower environmental impact. A tiny home requires less materials to build, takes up less land, uses less electricity, and produces less emissions. And on a personal level, the small space means you’ll have less space to clean (hell yeah), and you’ll probably stop buying items you don’t need.
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