In this video interview you’ll get to meet a family of three (husband, wife, and daughter) who have downsized to a 117 sq. ft. tiny home on wheels.
They built it the house from scratch by hand in the mornings while later working nights. It took only 3 months to have it move in ready.
They went from paying $400 a month in utilities with their big house to paying only about $20 a month today in their tiny house. Now the family lives simply with no television.
And for them the decision to go tiny wasn’t just about money. It’s about living a better life for everybody. The house cost about $6-$8k to build thanks to being able to use recycled materials.
They spent an extra $12,000 to put up solar panels to power the house without having to completely rely on the grid. Please enjoy the video tour below.
Family of 3 Downsizes into 117 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home
Image © Jimmy Marlow V
Video Tour and Interview with the Family
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