Greener Environmental Footprint
Less is more: Less building materials, less square footage, less waste. Also, consider that the small size of the house reduces heating and cooling costs. Another option is to use solar panels to completely power your tiny home. This can be done at a fraction of the cost to power a traditional home with solar energy panels. As the Tiny House movement flourishes, “green”enthusiasts are using more and more sustainable products. One of the latest is the use of incinerating toilets that help reduce water consumption. Using proper green technology, it would be possible to live completely off the grid in a tiny home. However, even if the house were connected to the city power and hooked up to a public water system like a traditional home, the cost and usage of energy and water would be significantly reduced. Living in a tiny house is one of the rare instances in which inexpensive and green go hand in hand.
Our dedication to superior craftsmanship, industry-leading designers, innovation, and customer satisfaction sets Pratt Tiny Homes apart from our competitors. If you are considering a mother-in-law suite, lake cabin, weekend cottage, or perhaps just downsizing for retirement and are interested in all the options and cost saving opportunities, then a Pratt Tiny Home may be the answer. Give us a call or come in today.