The best part about this whole process is the community of folks who are interested in tiny living and the energy around the whole tiny house and simple living movement.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) April 09, 2012
To celebrate the kick-off of a tiny house group build in Washington, D.C., Tumbleweed Tiny House Company will host an open house for the community to introduce residents to the tiny house movement. Tiny house builders will be on hand to answer questions about the planning and building process of a Tumbleweed Tiny House and discuss their experiences with zoning issues.
The group build was the brainchild of Lee Pera, a Washington D.C. Resident. "I participated in Jay's Tumbleweed workshop in DC last summer. One of the best things about the workshop was getting to meet other tiny house enthusiasts in the region. It was Jay's largest workshop to date, so there are a lot of tiny house enthusiasts in the DC metro area! Since then, I have organized a couple tiny house meetups at my house and from those a few of us who are excited to build our tiny houses on wheels have been meeting regularly to buy and design plans, purchase trailers, look for a contractor and plan our builds. The best part about this whole process is the community of folks who are interested in tiny living and the energy around the whole tiny house and simple living movement."
The event is free and open to the public and includes a tour of the Fencl and the new Wangari Community Garden built on the largest vacant lot in D.C. For directions and more information, visit the Tumbleweed Tiny House site.
About Tumbleweed Tiny House Company: Tumbleweed Tiny House Company isn’t just a business, it is a movement! With over twenty tiny house plans, the company designs homes that range from 65 square feet to 874 square feet with a socially responsible platform. For more information on the company and Jay Shafer or to view the homes, please visit: http://www.tumbleweedhouses.com/plans/ .