Kenton Zerbin ditched his 9-5 as a teacher to build his very own debt-free, off-grid tiny house on wheels! Now he grows his own food, composts in his little home, and travels the world teaching others about how to successfully go tiny. And he has in-person Canadian workshops coming up, as well as an online workshop you can purchase any time!
These workshops are designed to give you all the information you need to plan your very own tiny house (and build it!) without making costly mistakes. You’ll learn about heating and cooling your tiny, about plumbing options, tiny house legality, and where to park your tiny! Both the in-person and online workshops cover similar topics, but obviously the in-person ones will give you a special connection to Kenton and other tiny-homers!
He has Canadian in-person workshops coming up in October, and you can purchase the online workshop right now here! Keep reading to see a photo tour of Kenton’s very own THOW!
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Wow! What a stunning off-grid home.
He even fit a large couch in his THOW.
I love how spacious this kitchen is!
Storage stairs take Kenton up to his loft bedroom.
Look at all that storage he cleverly included!
Is there anything cuter than a mini wood stove!?
Our big thanks to Kenton for sharing! 🙏
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I certainly like the tiny house shown. I also like workshops. Too sad its in Canada. Right?
Hands on is best for me. Watching would be ok . as long as I can go back & keep looking.
just need the tools probably also. I guess that wouldnt be so bad, Since you have the tools at
home maybe. Thanks.