This is an unfinished DIY tiny house shell that survived Hurricane Irma in Naples, Florida.
The other cool part is, the couple who own it were able to park two cars inside it during the storm which helped protect the cars while also adding weight to the structure to stabilize it during the storm.
DIY Tiny House Shell Survives Hurricane Winds in Florida
I wanted to show you this hurricane resistant tiny house on wheels that recently survived Hurricane Irma’s 100 MPH winds in Miami, Florida with no damage. It’s a Traveler XL model from ESCAPE. The house was not even strapped down or connected to anything on the ground (yikes)! What do you think?
Traveler XL Tiny House on Wheels Survives Hurricane Irma in Miami, FL
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