Recreational vehicles-Tiny Houses

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Tiny Home-RV01

This Caravan Trailer includes all the equipments

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Tiny Home Plan-RV01

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Trailer Caravan-RV02

The Special Design of this Trailer Caravan makes it the most popular mode

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Tiny Home Plan-RV02

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Recreational Vehicle-RV03

Optimal use of all spaces is considered in this RV

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Tiny House-RV04

In the design of this caravan all amenities are considered, including a bathtub in the bathroom

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Tiny House Plan-RV04

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1. Building A Tiny House Costs Significantly Less Than Purchasing A Traditional House

The financial aspects of a tiny house are admittedly a big draw. They’re obviously going to cost a whole lot less to build than a traditional house, although pint-sized abodes do vary widely in price as they’re just diverse as their larger counterparts. It’s important to keep in mind that building materials and necessary appliances, fuel costs and potentially parking fees and the like, are all just a few of the things that can drive up the total cost of owning a tiny home.



2. You Can Take Your Home With You Wherever You Go

Well, almost. One of the biggest benefits other than the cost to build is the ability to be able to hitch up your tiny home to your vehicle and drive it to a different location. Got a new job and need to move? You don’t have to worry about finding a new place to live, just pack up your tiny house, attach it to your car or truck and be on your way.

You can even go on vacation with your home without having to pack a suitcase. Never again will you have to struggle to find an affordable, decent hotel room when you go out on the road, whether you want to visit the Grand Canyon, enjoy a beach holiday or what have you. You’re all set.

Of course, you may be wondering, what about water, electricity, and sewer? our tiny houses have things like rain barrels and solar, so you don’t have to worry about that. They’re kind of like an RV – in fact, you can even get a tiny home that has RV hookups so that you can pull it up to a campsite. These homes are designed to allow you to live totally off the grid and can be parked almost anywhere. 


 3. A Tiny Home Can Be Anything You Want It To Be

A tiny house doesn’t have to be a full-time place to live. Some choose to use a tiny home as an office or to have a nice little spot ready for when friends or relatives come to visit. Some parents who’ve seen their millennial children return to the nest have utilized tiny homes as a way to give their adult kids a place to live while they still enjoy their privacy.

4. A Tiny Home Limits Your Impact On The Environment & Lowers Your Energy Costs

Tiny houses are very eco-friendly and can be set up to live totally off the grid, using solar or wind sources for power, a rainwater catch, and filtration system, and installing a compost toilet, making it functional anywhere while limiting your impact on the environment. You can pretty much re-purpose everything to – even the materials your home is made from can be made from all recycled materials to help promote a cleaner earth for future generations.

Whether you use solar power or hook up to a power line, the energy needs of a tiny home are significantly less than the energy needs of a traditional home. Plus, smaller appliances work more efficiently, and a smaller space means less power to heat and cool the air. If you need to connect to a power source, you’ll still have an electrical bill, but it’s likely to be a fraction of the cost of the bill for a traditional house.

5. Decluttering For Simple Living

After living in a traditional home for even just a few years, most people end up with piles up stuff – in bins, in bags, in closets and so on, it just piles up everywhere. You can’t fit everything that will fit into a 2,000-square-foot home into one that’s a tenth of that size, so you’ll have to declutter and simplify by donating or selling many of your things – often things, you’ll realize, you didn’t even need in the first place. When you take a hard look at those possessions, decide what truly matters to you and get rid of the rest, that can be very freeing in itself.


6. You’ll Spend Less Time Cleaning

If you love to clean, this may not be a benefit, but for most people, another one of the biggest benefits of a tiny home is that having less space means there is less to clean. A traditional home can be very time consuming to clean. But with a tiny home, you could vacuum or sweep your floor in less than a couple of minutes. The size of your home is inversely proportional to the free time you have. As it will take just minutes to clean up every week, you’ll have lots of time for doing the things you really want to do, which is incredibly liberating. You’re also likely to learn to keep things more compartmentalized so you don’t end up with piles of stuff or other clutter as it’s just impossible to deal with in a small space.

7. It’s Easier & Cheaper To Decorate

You won’t need much in the way of decor for a tiny home, so it’s going to cost a lot less to decorate, and it’s also going to be a lot easier and cheaper to change up. If you’re the type of person who loves to redecorate every year or two, a tiny home is an ideal canvas. You can repaint the entire thing in a single afternoon if you choose to.

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