Tiny Home Estimation App

Jobe creating app

With 14 titles all rolling off the shelves at brick and mortar bookstores and online retailers like Barnes and Noble and Amazon, somehow author Jobe Leonard still wanted more. This time he digitized the estimation process for construction of Tiny Homes.

“I have always lived in a tiny home and preached the benefits both financial and mental,” says Jobe. “Most people who see a tiny home immediately want one. It reminds them of simpler times with less stress, bills, and material possessions. However, no one has ever been able to pinpoint what it costs quickly and easily.” With that motivation Mr. Leonard set out to change the rules of Tiny Home estimation forever. The basis for his new software to help prospective Tiny Home lovers was set.

The App Jobe created has taken the Tiny Home world and opened it up to hundreds of thousands of individuals who never knew where to begin. After over a decade of building Tiny Homes made specifically of timbers harvested from sustainable forestlands, Mr. Leonard went harnessed his inner creativity once more. He created not only an App specifically for the Tiny Home Movement, but also a 200+ page workbook available in paperback, Kindle, and I-book. His work has consistently topped the charts for all “Architecture” books around the globe, not just the Tiny Home niche’,

Mr. Leonard undoubtedly will not stop here. He has 13 more Apps in development and 6 more titles on the press. One thing is for sure, there is never a dull moment in the Tiny House of author, builder, and tech developer, Jobe Leonard.

Both the Tiny Home workbook and the Tiny Home App can be found at

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tiny-home-estimation/id898952318?mt=8

Tiny Home Estimator

 

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Daniel Hoffman - August 1, 2014 Reply

Is there an app on the google store or Windows yet?

Nancy @ Little Homestead in Boise - August 1, 2014 Reply

And one for Androids? Great idea!

David B - August 1, 2014 Reply

Just to be clear, this is an iApp for Mac world only.

The book though is available separately. You’d be able to do the calculations in a spreadsheet. I checked and its on Amazon.com and .ca but under a different title:

“Small Home, Tiny House: Design, Budget, Estimate, and Secure Your Best Deal”

David B - August 1, 2014 Reply

Just to be clear, this is an iApp for Mac world only.

The book though is available separately. You’d be able to do the calculations in a spreadsheet. I checked and its on Amazon.com and .ca but under a different title:

“Small Home, Tiny House: Design, Budget, Estimate, and Secure Your Best Deal”

gar - August 6, 2014 Reply

The term “tiny houses” was coined around the type of living space that was attached to a trailer and re-locatable as needed.
This doesn’t even cover that.

The term tiny houses is fast becoming attached to any kind of hovel or cut rate building that has a low square footage.

The wrong people are finding that by calling something a tiny house they can finally sell what previously was a total goose egg as far as being a building that anybody would actually want.

dewhit - August 6, 2014 Reply

Let’s quit pussyfooting around and call a spade a spade.
This is the product of an APP DESIGNER.
Small building plans and estimation guides have been around for years and years.
More architects and app designers with less work are hawking anything that is labelled as tiny focused and trying to turn a buck.
These apps do not replace the earned wisdom of those that can read blueprints and keep their fingers on current pricing. For most , this is just a casual toy to sit comfortably and play with and never advance anywhere further.

suzie parker - April 17, 2015 Reply

Mr. Leonard, what is the status of your app for Android Platform:Tiny House Estimator? Thanks for all you do.

Tiny Home Estimator: App para calcular costes de casas mínimas - May 27, 2017 Reply

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