In this interview we delve into the world of tiny home shipping with Taylor Tefft from One Call Logistics, a renowned nationwide transport company. With their expertise in transporting tiny homes all across the country, One Call has become a go-to choice for many homeowners. We’ll be exploring the intricacies of tiny home shipping and discussing the factors to consider when choosing a shipper.
In this interview, Laura talks about everything from financing, site work, storage, utility set up, and what it’s like to live with large pets in a tiny home. She gives honest opinions on the reality of living tiny, and shares her own personal experience.
In this interview, Adrianne talks about everything from inspiration, design, tiny home communities, finding land, site work, and what it’s like to work from home in a tiny house. She speaks realistically about the compromises of living tiny and gives advice for others considering the lifestyle for themselves.
Tiny houses and homelessness are frequently discussed together. In this Wind River Interview Nolan English speaks with us about his nonprofit organization, Traveling Grace Ministries, and the importance of both emergency housing and wrap-around, supportive services.
We recently had the pleasure of sitting down virtually with one of our clients that we built for in 2019. In just three years, Stacey has traveled with her 36’ tiny home “The Vista” from Texas to Colorado, and eventually put down some semi-permanent roots in an RV Resort in Utah. While she owns a home in Iowa, she travels out to her tiny home as much as she can. She lives with freedom and autonomy, and in this interview she shares what she’s learned along the way. Her foremost bit of advice for aspiring tiny home dwellers is “Know where you’re going to park your tiny home!”
With the tiny home movement on the rise, the legal barriers to tiny living are making their way into headlines. In response to the current housing shortage in America, many cities are making room for housing alternatives, but many cities have implemented minimum square footage requirements that make smaller housing alternatives impossible.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live as a family with small children in a tiny home? We recently did an interview with Wind River tiny home owners Cassidy and Dawson that sheds light on living with not one, but three small children inside a 24’ tiny home. They also talk […]
We interview a previous client about living in a tiny home community, and the benefits of having a developer set up your home and living with like-minded people. We also talk about some advice for living with less and maximizing your living space by extending it outdoors.
We interview a previous client and tiny home dweller about the challenges, frustrations, and triumphs of their tiny home journey. She offers important insight into zoning and permitting, electric, and water, as well as other general advice about going tiny.