The Tiny House Movement. Is it just another sustainability trend, or can living in homes as small as 80 square feet have lasting economic and environmental benefits?

The Tiny House Movement

                The small house movement (also known as the “tiny house movement”) is a popular description for the architectural social movement that advocates living simply in small homes.”

The Tiny House Movement took off in the early 2000’s with the appearance of small luxury homes measuring 400 square feet and smaller. The movement’s supporters say it’s more than just a fad, it’s a new way of life more suitable for the modern era.

                The answer to chronic housing shortages and excessive waste”

As cities remain overcrowded and urban life gets more expensive, the Tiny House looks more and more promising. Tiny House adopters save many in many ways, from the immediate costs of building or buying a home to long term costs of utility bills. These homeowners benefits from lower utility bills, low cost heating and cooling, and cheaper overall home maintenance.

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Published On: August 12, 2014Categories: National - Global, Sustainability in the NewsComments Off on The Tiny House MovementTags: ,