Tiny Houses = Smaller Footprint

May 26, 2009 1 min read

tumbleweed tiny home

Ask yourself the question - Could you live in a house that is under 100 square feet?  Over the past few years, there has been a growing trend to build smaller homes.  I'm talking smaller than most walk in closets!  For some people, the motivation is environmental and for others it's the idea of being mobile.  Tumbleweed Tiny Houses has been building small domiciles for the past ten  years.  Owner, Jay Shafer, jokes that his motivation behind building a tiny home was because he didn't like vacuuming!  See for yourself... Bigger isn't always better.

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