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This is the 24′ Fox Sparrow Tiny Home on Wheels by Rewild Homes.

Spacious, modern, and bright. Designed by our team of experts, the Fox Sparrow boasts a huge master loft and a live-edge breakfast bar perfect for brunches and BBQs. Custom 24’ dual-axle 14,000lb GVW trailer Vancouver Island western cedar siding Non-off gassing stains 50amp electrical service Glass surround shower (not shown in photos) 7.2cuft stainless steel fridge 4-burner propane cooktop Double black granite sink Recessed LED lighting Live edge bartop Butcherblock counters Custom bench with storage Custom staircase with storage Soft-close drawers throughout Propane Dickenson heater External accessory propane BBQ tether Precision Temp RV-550 NSP propane on-demand water heater Optional additions: Composting toilet Washer/dryer combo unit.

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The 24′ Fox Sparrow Tiny Home by Rewild Tiny Homes

Images © Rewild Homes

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This is the new 8 x 10 Acorn Micro Cabin by Forest Trek Woodwork in Alberta, Canada.

Our new Acorn cabin is inspired from traditional canvas tents & A frame cabins. The idea is simply a small retreat to escape to from the city. Its made small only have a warm place to sleep & eat and to spend as much time outside as possible. This version is 8ft x 10ft, features pine T&G finished, and Cubic Mini stove.

What a cool little cabin that’s “something different.”

Related: Blake’s Micro Backyard Studio with Floor Planter

Acorn Micro Cabin by Forest Trek Woodwork

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This tiny cob and straw bale cabin was built by local artisans as a vacation rental at the Terra Perma eco resort and village in Harrington, Quebec, Canada.

The thick walls are insulated with straw bales and covered with cob (a mixture of clay, sand, straw and water) and a natural limestone plaster.

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Tiny Straw Bale Cabin with Passive Solar Green Roof

Image © Exploring Alternatives

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This is the Lodge Anywhere Tiny House from Rollin Cabins.

It’s currently for sale in Canada.

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Lodge Anywhere Tiny House from Rollin Cabins

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This is the Greenmoxie tiny house on wheels.

Built in Ontario Canada, it’s completely sustainable and off-grid ready.

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Amazing Greenmoxie Tiny House with Folding Deck

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Images © Greenmoxie

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After owning a conventional home and feeling stressed by the pressure of paying a large mortgage on her own, Natalie, a Canadian woman in her mid-thirties, decided to build a tiny house on wheels.

Starting with plans from Tumbleweed, she adapted the design for extreme winter weather by installing spray foam insulation, a heat recovery ventilation system, electric in-floor heating and a propane heater. Natalie built the house with the help of a contractor and the whole project, including labor, cost approximately $36,000 CAD (although the roof still needs to be shingled).

The tiny house is currently parked in a suburb of Montreal, Canada where she has been living in it for a year and a half. She plans to live in this house forever and, with a little bit of work (i.e. taking down a portion of the backyard fencing), she can take her home wherever she goes.

Woman Ditches Mortgage and Builds Tiny Home

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Right now I’m showing you a tiny house builder in Toronto called Tiny House Construction Company.

The organization is run by two experienced builders, Vic and Greg, who are now building tiny houses in Toronto.

So if you’re in Canada and you’re looking for help building your own tiny house then maybe you might want to consider hiring Tiny House Construction Company for the job.

Below you’ll be able to see their first tiny house on wheels that they’re building.

Tiny House Construction Company in Canada

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Images © Tiny House Construction Co.

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