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Tumbleweed Tiny House Workshop in Orlando, FL

This January 31 – February 1, 2015 Tumbleweed is hosting a tiny house workshop in Orlando, Florida and if you’re thinking about going this post will help you find out if it’s a good choice for you or not.

I find that one of the most valuable parts about going to a workshop or any event like this are the people you get to meet because it’s not very often that you get to be in a room with 30+ like-minded people to hang out and exchange ideas with. Besides that it’s definitely the amount of useful knowledge you get from the instructor in such a short period of time.

It’s incredible how much people are able to help each other out with their questions and concerns just by getting together in one place for a weekend. I’ve had some great times at the workshops I’ve been to and I’ve learned a lot from them too. But what about you? Will you get enough value for the money out of one of these events? Continue reading below and I’ll be glad to help you figure that out.

What You Learn at a Tumbleweed Tiny House Workshop

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  • How to build tiny houses cost effectively
  • Information on the tools you’ll need
  • How to pick the best materials
  • How to prevent moisture

You’ll also learn about windows, water heaters, toilets, composting, and more.

Construction Tips & Tricks for Tiny Homes

  • How to frame and sheath your house
  • How to attach it securely to a trailer
  • How to choose your trailer
  • Which appliances to use

Who This Workshops Is Not For

These workshops aren’t for you if you’re expecting to build a tiny house on wheels in person because this doesn’t happen. However, the instructors usually do bring props, photos, illustrations, and have loads of knowledge and experience to share with you. If you take notes and pay attention, you’ll definitely gain a lot of insights in a short amount of time.

Tour a Tiny House on Wheels in Orlando

If you can make it to this Tumbleweed workshop in Orlando, Florida you’re getting pretty lucky! Jenna and Guillaume of Tiny House Giant Journey will also be there with their tiny house on wheels. And workshop attendants will get to tour their house in person! Plus…

Your Tiny House Questions Answered

On top of getting to meet other people who are also into tiny living you also get to ask your own questions in regards to the designing, building, and living processes. Again, in order to take full advantage I encourage you to be prepared to take notes the entire time you’re there.

Who This Event Is For

If you’re new to construction this workshop will leave you with a foundation knowledge on how a tiny house on wheels is designed and built from the ground up. If you’re interested in going tiny and want to learn more about the lifestyle this is also a great way to figure out how to design, build and live tiny. Tumbleweed workshops have given many the confidence and base knowledge to start and finish their own tiny house project. The event gives you the principles and information on how to build a stick-built home, how to attach a stick-built structure to a trailer, and so much more.

How To Attend a Tumbleweed Tiny House Workshop

=> Learn more and sign up for this Tumbleweed Tiny House Workshop right now.

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Alex

Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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