Based out of Fredericksburg, the Tiny House Building Company is Virginia’s first company to build self-sufficient tiny homes.
Thousands of first time home buyers across the country are building their dream homes at a fraction of the cost. For the first time ever, singles and newlyweds can live off the grid wherever they please, without the confines of public utilities or traditional mortgages – in custom built tiny homes.
According to the Tiny House Community blog, there are more than 30 communities of tiny homes springing up across the country.
Based out of Fredericksburg, the Tiny House Building Company is Virginia’s first company to build self-sufficient tiny homes, ranging from 12′ to 32′, which are permanently attached to trailers for mobility.
Tiny home designer, Kristopher Angstadt, has this to say about the potential of off-grid living: “It’s easy to achieve off grid living if you have the knowledge available and are able to personalize the home. For example, you can have a cooktop, water heater and heat delivered by propane tanks. Water is held in a clear water holding tank and electricity can either be generated by using a solar panel system or by a generator. There are so many options that anybody can achieve affordable off grid living.”