Wooden Beauty the Huttopie from French Tiny House Builder

The Huttopie tiny house on wheels is just one of the tiny house buildings you might consider for small house living. You'll want to take a look inside the Huttopie by La Tiny House builders. Wood is used both inside and out for a seamless tiny house design that can be parked in the location of your dreams. Imagine waking up beside the lake, or on a forested piece of property, this is just one of the benefits that a tiny house on wheels affords.

One of the biggest benefits of having a tiny house on wheels is the ability to just hitch your home to a truck and drive it to a new location. Whether you need to move because of a job, or just going on vacation, having a tiny house on wheels makes it much easier to see new places. Different tiny house buildings are built in different ways. Some tiny house buildings are equipped with rainwater collection and solar panels. These tiny house buildings are designed to live completely off-grid and can be parked just about anywhere you want. Other tiny houses on wheels are built more traditionally, needing both power and water hookups. These tiny house buildings are better suited to dedicated plots of land or RV/mobile home parking. No matter how you design your tiny house on wheels, its potential mobility is a huge benefit. You dont have to spend a lot of money building it. If you have the time and ability to design and build the house yourself, you can only spend your money on materials. There are tiny house designers out there who will create and build a tiny house on wheels for you, but that will cost more as you are paying for building materials and manpower.

Another benefit of a tiny house building is you can be environmentally friendly. These days everyone is aware of climate change, and a tiny house building is a good way to lessen your carbon footprint. Because your tiny house is going to be so small, you will use less building materials, and also build some of it with recycled, re-purposed, and salvaged building materials. In addition to making your tiny house building look cool and unique, using reclaimed building materials also saves that same amount of new building materials from being made. With a tiny house building, you can choose to live off grid. You might have a tiny house b building that has solar or wind resources to give your tiny house power, using a rainwater catch and filtration system, and installing a composting toilet are all steps to enabling your tiny house to be functional anywhere in the world. You can be extremely energy efficient. Whether you are going to use solar power or hook your tiny house up to a power line, the energy needs of a tiny house building are much smaller than the energy needs of a traditional home. Smaller appliances work much more efficiently, and a smaller living space uses less power to heat and less power cool the air. If you need to connect your tiny house building to a power source, you will still have to pay your electric bill, but it can be a quarter or less of your traditional tiny house's bill. On top of everything that you are saving on your mortgage, just think about all the trips you can be taking with that money youll be saving.

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