Category Archives for "Pre-fab"
When Hurricane Ian hit the Florida coast last year, over 5,000 houses were destroyed and many families left without homes. Brian Sodre of Miniopolis is hoping to remedy some of the pain by building prefabricated small homes on concrete slabs. Rather than wood, the homes are built with SIPs, or structural insulated panels. Sodre plans … Read moreContinue reading
Systemizing will take a lot of the stress and guesswork out of anything. You can systemize everything from your car and handbag to even a tiny house. Backcountry Huts builds prefab, flat-pack structures for tiny living. The Backcountry Hut Company specializes not only in systemized structures but also builds their structures to leave less of … Read moreContinue reading
The Wilderwise tiny house with lifting roof was created with the hopes of solving a key pain point for tiny house on wheels design, crawl-in lofts. As a result, they developed an innovative roofing system that raises from 13-feet 3-inches to an impressive 17-feet when parked. Recently, Wilderwise unveiled their prototype full 2-story tiny house … Read moreContinue reading
When everything that has to do with real estate is off the charts, thinking way outside the proverbial square box is necessary. How about going with an arch? An arched steel building is a future home against wind and wildfires. The other night I re-watched one of my long-time favorite movies. “Wind” is a fictional … Read moreContinue reading
In the past, Forever Redwood primarily built gazebos and garden pavilions. After having a conversation with a gazebo customer about a cabin he wanted to go along with his gazebo purchase, the seed was sparked for the Palo Alto Backyard Cabin. The Palo Alto is made by Forever Redwood, a gazebo company. The Palo Alto … Read moreContinue reading