Mildew-free Tiny House Project

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There is no faster, more efficient way to build an insulated mildew-free shed or tiny house than to use Sing insulated torsion box panels available from your local Lowe’s Home Improvement or lumber yard of choice.

Try to Buy a Mildew-Free Tiny House

If you go into your local home improvement or hardware store, you will find a good variety of sheds and shed kits to build a shed. Ask the sales staff if the shed(s) you’re looking at are guaranteed to be free of mold and mildew?

The answer is, “No.” Of all the kits available none are insulated to be mildew-free without making expensive alterations.

We introduce you to a new concept of NOs in your Eco-friendly building future:

  • NO Mold or Mildew
  • NO Ruined Belongings or Rusted Tools
  • NO Predetermined Design
  • NO Frame or Insulation Required
  • NO Permit Required*
  • NO Risk or Threat to the Environment

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Start Your Mortgage-free Journey Today

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By Hari Berzins

Do you dream of living mortgage-free in your own hand-built house? What would you do if you owned your own home without a mortgage? If you already live mortgage-free how does it impact your life?

I asked these questions on my Tiny House Family facebook page last week and got some terrific responses.

What would you do if you owned your home without a mortgage? If you already live #mortgagefree, how does it impact your life?

Posted by Tiny House Family on Monday, May 18, 2015

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The Terrapin Casual Turtle Camper

exterior Terrapin

Peter Pavlowich from Casual Turtle Campers just contacted me to tell me about a new model he is constructing. Peter says: This is the model I call the Terrapin, and I just got back to Colorado from delivering it to a very nice woman in New Hampshire. She had me keep the interior pretty simple, though it is insulated and finished. This particular unit weighed in at 1,260 pounds.

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