Ever wonder about having a tiny house in the winter?
Our friends Chris and Malissa at Tiny Tack House just posted the video you’re about to see.
It’s of their tiny home on wheels while it’s snowing.
Video: Tiny Home in the Snow
Just because a little house is on a trailer doesn’t mean it can’t handle rough weather. Look at the solar panels filled with snow below. 🙂
Tiny House in Extreme Weather?
Most tiny homes are really well insulated and can handle extreme temperatures quite easily actually.
Some even have heated floors and an air tight design. This, along with good insulation, means easy temperature control.
Cheap Utility Bills in Micro Homes
It doesn’t take much to cool or heat a really small space that’s well insulated. Some tiny home owners enjoy utility bills as little as $10 or $15 a month. No kidding!
Snowfall in a Tiny Cabin!
And with a nice roof slope like this, you’ll be able to handle plenty of snowfall too. 🙂
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