A Reclaimed, Recycled, Passive solar, Tiny house on wheels

by Kent Griswold on August 24th, 2010. 5 Comments
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Recently I showed you Jenine and Amy’s Open House and also a couple of posts about the construction of Jenine’s home and one on their new modern home. Good News! Jenine and Amy found a buyer for their new home and Jenine is off to New York for a semester of art school and sculpturing.

Jenine let me know about these three great video interviews she had with a website called faircompanies.com and I wanted you to see them and share them with your friends. They speak for themselves so spend a few minutes and watch them today.

Jenine Alexander built her own home using reclaimed materials she found at the dump or off craigslist. Total cost: the price of a used trailer and some fasteners.

Her tiny home on wheels was such a success she decided to build a second one, this time for sale, with fellow tradeswoman Amy Hutto.

5 Responses to “A Reclaimed, Recycled, Passive solar, Tiny house on wheels”

  1. Bill says:

    Great videos and really creative building methods. Nice to hear they sold their house.

  2. Christina says:

    It came out just wonderful! I’m so glad to see that it sold so quickly. Where will it be going?

    Fair Companies does a really great job with storytelling in their videos and I hope to see more of them on tiny houses in the future.

  3. He says:

    She is so beautiful..

  4. [...] I found this video over on the Tiny House Blog (thanks Kent!).  Kent also posted 2 other videos of these fantastic ladies.  Go check ‘em out! [...]

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