One of the downfalls of tiny houses is that unfortunately they can sometimes be vulnerable to theft.
I wrote a post about that here a while back but I’m always looking for more ideas and preventative measures we can take. So if you have any of your own ideas and even design tips feel free to share links, etc. in the comments below (or in this post).
In this case this tiny cabin was stolen right from its foundation and towed away during the day. Fortunately, it was found a day later and recovered by deputies thanks to a local news story that aired locally. The cabin measures 10′ x 20′. Unfortunately, many of their personal items are now missing and parts of the cabin were damaged during the theft.
Stolen Tiny Cabin in Loon Lake, Washington Recovered
What tips do you know of that you might be able to share on preventing a tiny structure from being stolen from your property?
One tip I have is that it helps to share the property with other people (like family and friends). This way you can each have your own space and look after each other when someone is away.
Video: Stolen Tiny House
Video: Recovered Tiny House!
Our big thanks to Carol Cavette for tipping us on this story.
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