If any state knows a wide range of weather it’s Michigan. From freezing blizzards to high humidity, this state seems to see it all. Anyone who lives there will need a home (of any size) that can stand up to the elements.
Great Lakes Tiny Homes builds custom homes of all sizes.
Great Lakes Tiny Homes builds custom homes that not only stand up to Midwest weather, but are also built to Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) regulations and local building codes. The company also offers financing and insurance on their products.
They also build homes and backyard offices on foundations.
This family-run business works with the local Amish community to build both tiny homes on wheels and tiny homes and sheds on foundations. They have also recently designed a tiny backyard office with custom windows, siding, and interior.
The homes include custom interiors and details.
The homes can also come in various stages of completion. Great Lakes sells custom trailers and two shell versions. The shells range in price from $29,790 to $56,290. A fully completed home with insulation, plumbing and fixtures, and appliances starts at around $59,000 for an 18-foot long house.
Some interesting ideas are integrated into the homes’ storage options.
The interiors feature custom woodwork as well as beautiful details and storage options. Layouts and features can be discussed during the design phase with Great Lakes Tiny Houses.
By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]
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