Tiny houses have been around for a long time but the idea of living in a tiny dwelling full-time never peaked my interest. Overtime tiny homes have evolved and are now including features like wood stoves and hot tubs. Tiny home designs have come a long way and now a company out of the United Kingdom has produced an off-grid version of the tiny home that features solar panels, water tank, and composting toilet.
Tiny House Off-Grid Version with Wood Stove
Tiny houses are small homes usually around 100-400 square feet on a trailer making them portable. The tiny home solves the problem of being stuck in one location because tiny homes can be easily moved. Tiny homes include most the amenities of regular homes but with a much smaller footprint. Some of the benefits of tiny homes are they cost less to heat, cost less to buy or build, force you to declutter your life, and give people the option of home ownership that couldn’t otherwise afford it.
Researching tiny homes for many years I have never been impressed with their designs. Many tiny homes are tied on the grid and use traditional methods of electricity, water, sewer, and heat. One of the main benefits of a tiny home is it can be moved wherever you want, but without on grid connections a tiny home is nothing more than a shed on wheels. After much research I stumbled upon an amazing off-grid version of the tiny home. Produced by a company out of United Kingdom, this tiny home features all the amenities you would need to live comfortably in your tiny home without on-grid connections.