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Building tiny houses with salvaged materials is cost-effective and environmentally friendly. It can also lead to a new way of thinking, as it has for Tiny Texas Houses founder Brad Kittell. Today, we are revisiting his vision for creating hope from trash—his Pure Salvage Living philosophy: “We hope to promote the use of salvaged and … Read moreContinue reading
Driven by loss and a deep-seated desire to educate us all about waste and environmental hazards of irresponsible living, this week, Brad Kittel from Tiny Texas Houses shares his story. Tune in to hear how Pure Salvage Living got it’s start, about his not-so-tiny salvage outpost in Texas where you can find enough materials to … Read moreContinue reading
If you’ve been keeping up with Tiny Texas Houses then you’ve probably seen the many unique tiny houses they’ve put together over the last 6 months. As if building all their houses isn’t enough, they’ve also released a full length tutorial series on how to start your own salvage mining business and teardown structures to … Read moreContinue reading
*Brad sent me some interior photos, be sure and check them out. Brad Kittel, of Tiny Texas Houses, is having a Essay Contest. The grand prize is a prototype of his newest sustainable home design, valued at $38,000. Brad wishes to show that there are healthy ways to build a sustainable house, to prove that … Read moreContinue reading
A couple of days ago, I was chatting with Brad Kittel of Tiny Texas Houses and he sent me some new pictures of one of his recent homes, this cute little Victorian. The wooden Victorian is a 12′ x 20′ and it is located in Canyon Lake, Texas. It is lined with 1800 circa metal … Read moreContinue reading