The Tiny House Movement refers to people downsizing their homes to a very small space.
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) January 19, 2015
Ferguson Moving Company, Vancouver has recently published a blog on the Tiny House Movement. The blog at http://www.fergusonmoving.com/blog/vancouver-tiny-house-movers states that this social and architectural trend is a new one in Vancouver and is transforming the way people live. The Tiny House Movement refers to people downsizing their homes to a very small space, typically 100 to 400 square feet. There are many reasons why this movement came into being. One of the most prominent reasons is the sharply rising property costs in Vancouver, while some subtle causes could include increased environmental awareness among people and the need for higher mobility.
“At first glance, these tiny houses seem impossible to live in,” states the blog by Ferguson Movers, Vancouver. “But if you are thinking about moving in the Lower Mainland, you may want to look further into reasons why this is gaining popularity in cities like Vancouver. In this two-part series, we will first talk about some reasons of why it is a benefit to move into a tiny home in Vancouver. In our second article, we will address some issues and concerns with the tiny house movement.”
According to the blog by the movers in Vancouver, there are several benefits of living in a tiny house. Apart from its modern and progressive approach, the movement also allows for massive cost savings, reduced carbon footprint and greater flexibility and mobility.
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