Sheds & Tiny Buildings

Whether you call them tiny houses, micro-homes, or mini houses, ultra-small buildings are rapidly gaining popularity for those who want to downsize and minimalize their personal environmental footprint. It’s refreshing to see so many people choosing a different path for their day-to-day living experience than the conventional oversized dwellings that make up the bulk of the houses on the market.

Living in a tiny house can reap dividends beyond just being able to get to mortgage-free sooner and cutting utility bills down to size, as learning to live more simply and minimally can offer a sense of satisfaction and fulfillment that isn’t easily found in any other living environment.

But for those who think, “I could never live in a house that small,” tiny houses also easily lend themselves to a range of other uses, none of which require living in them full-time.

Because of their small size and the fact that they don’t require nearly as much time, money, or resources to build, a tiny house can fit quite nicely in a backyard or on a vacation property, and can be put to great use as a space for work, relaxation, or family obligations.

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