New Tiny House Workshop!

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I’ve had a lot of people ask me when we were planning on hosting another workshop and I’m proud to announce that it has been scheduled! It will be held in Cumming GA (just north of Atlanta) on May 24-25.

In this workshop you’ll not only learn the ins and outs of tiny houses (including zoning issues and loopholes, information on trailers, and other tiny house specific information), but you’ll also get hands-on experience. We’ll build a cross section of a house which will give you experience with framing, sheathing, insulation, electrical, and plumbing. There’s no substitute for the confidence gained from actually picking up a tool and building something.

We always have a lot of fun at the workshops and it’s just a great being around so many like-minded people that are into tiny houses.

Our past workshops have all sold out, but I decided to drop the prices on this one to make it a little more affordable for everyone. We also provide two meals a day as well as snacks and drinks (I’ve had people tell me the food was the best part, which I’m not entirely sure is a compliment ;) The number of seats are limited, so get yours before we sell out!

I hope to see you there!

For more information, go to: http://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-workshops/Atlanta

Dan

4 thoughts on “New Tiny House Workshop!

  1. Any chance you will do a workshop further north and/or west? Minneapolis, Kansas City, Denver, Sacramento, ??? If Atlanta is the only option I may just have to fly out. Please respond soon so I can decide before the seats are all taken. Thank you!

    • Hi, The only other workshop I’m considering right now is down in Florida. Since we use so many tools it’s really difficult to go too far away from our home. If it was just a presentation I could travel all over the place like some of the other workshops, I just think the hands-on portion is too important.

      Thanks, Dan

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