Tiny Smart House has many tiny SMART houses like the Hiatus House. Tiny SMART Homes are available in lengths of 16 feet to 44ft. The standard trailer width is 8ft to 8feet 6inches, with 10-foot to 12-foot widths. The Hiatus House is a tiny house designed by Tongue & Groove Tiny Homes for their cottage tiny house community in Bend, Oregon. Tiny SMART House was hired for the construction of the tiny houses. We are proud to announce that the model tiny house home is now complete. The Hiatus tiny home design is beautiful both inside and outside. This tiny house design is a great choice for those who love wood exteriors and white walls and ceilings interiors.
Tiny SMART House, a small house builder in Albany, Oregon is a custom company. Tiny SMART House’s goal is to make it easy for people to live tiny. They are licensed and certified to build tiny homes. They offer a variety services including tiny house design services, tiny house plans, and even a small house shell. They can help you realize your tiny house dream.
Nathan Light Watson worked on many super-sized homes throughout his years of home construction. Many people consider this the American Dream. Watson preferred a simpler lifestyle and was frustrated by the seemingly impossible and largely unsatisfying ways of living. His goals, priorities, and values were very different from those of most professionals in the construction industry. He wanted to be able to help others live happily, responsibly, and debt-free, rather than building a luxury home of 4,000 square feet. He fell in love with small house living and never looked back. The Tiny SMART House, founded by Watson in 2012, is currently the sole owner, president and CEO.
Many people find tiny houses meaningful for a variety of reasons. Small house living is about simplifying your life, reducing your expenses, and living comfortably without the burden of debt. Others are more concerned with reducing their environmental footprint and practicing healthy, active lifestyles. Clients also love the idea of designing and moving into a home that is tailored to their lifestyle and needs. This is a far better option than buying a home built for mass appeal or resale. The team recommends that you start the tiny house design process with them nine to twelve months prior to your move-in date. This will allow them to put you on their calendar for their next tiny home build. It also gives them enough time to make revisions, frame and finish your Tiny Smart House.
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