Kirsten Dirksen of Faircompanies.com has published her interview with Austin Hay. He’s a 16 year old who has been building his own tiny house on a trailer for the last year.
Austin takes you through his parents house and into his little house in the backyard. Yes, he’s still in the process of finishing it up.
Why go Smaller?
Austin likes the idea of his little house for a few good reasons, which are…
- Fewer bills
- Fewer chores
- No mortgage
Cost to Build this Tiny House
So far he is projecting to spend about $12,000 to build his house because he’s using recycled materials whenever possible.
Otherwise, the estimated costs for his house would be approximately $22,000. Austin bought a double pane glass door for $30, a stainless steel sink for $25, and hardwood flooring for $25.
Fourteen months worth of trash because of the construction of his house equates to less than two modest sized garbage cans.
YouTube screenshot thanks to Faircompanies.com
Video Interview and Walk Through with 16 year old Tiny House Builder Austin Hay
Video length: 10:10
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