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Tiny House Chores

Living in a “normal size house” comes with a fairly daunting list of things to do each day as well as each week and even seasonally. Just because you live in a tiny house on wheels doesn’t mean those responsibilities don’t exist though. They just tend to exist on a small scale. For instance, dusting may not take more than 5 or 6 minutes if you only have 4-5 shelves, a few

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Towing A Tiny House That Has A Fifth Wheel

There is so much confusion amongst new trailer owners, especially those towing with a fifth wheel. A fifth wheel? What is that? How can a trailer have an odd numbe
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5 Ways To Get Water To Your Tiny House

Water is a big deal. In fact, getting fresh, clean water to your tiny house is one of the biggest deals. FACT: a person can go weeks without food. A person can go days without shelter. But without water? 3 days. You have 3 days without water before your body and mind start to shut down. It makes sense then to consider your options, choose wisely, and commit to understanding how your tiny house stays hydrated, so to speak.

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This Is Not How To Tow Your Tiny House

Tiny house mobility. It is part of the initial lure for so many. Why shouldn't it be though? If you build a tiny house on top of a set of axles, it should move. In fact, it should move when you want and to where you want. Such travel comes with great responsibility though and with the road hazards of today's highways and bi-ways (ill-suited tow vehicles, texting and driving, auto-driven cars, etc) staying safe and observing a few towing rules can make your adventure a positive one eac

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What Do You Tow Your Tiny House With?

If you've decided you want to build a tiny house to travel the country in, chances are you've had some sort of towing experience on which to base your decision. Perhaps you've towed a boat or a utility trailer? Maybe you own a camper and have experience driving down the highway with it. Whatever the case, if you want to travel with your tiny house it is every bit as important to think about your tow vehicle as much as your house. The tow vehicle can help dictate how heavy your house is, wh

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