Tiny House Design & Construction Guide – 2nd Edition Available Today!

I’ve been working on this tiny house guide for over a year and I’m really pleased with the way it has turned out. I’ve taken all the feedback from the 1st edition (which is already a Best Seller on Amazon) to really make this edition so much better. It now has over 50% more content and over 38 more images and illustrations to help you understand the various aspects of building.

Most of the new content can be found in the sections on the Framing, Electrical, and Plumbing. Definitely the areas that people have the most questions about. Having taught numerous workshops over the years and having been asked the same questions over and over, I have learned effective ways to explain some of these more complex concepts so that most people can understand them. I’ve applied that to this book and so I am certain you will find a lot of value in it.

Tiny House Guide - Cover

What People are Saying:

Here are some of the online review for the book BEFORE we made it better:

Tiny House Guide - QuotesIf you’re considering building a tiny house, I highly recommend getting this book. It will save you a ton of time researching and learning. Even if you’re having someone else build for you, you will want to be informed so that you can ensure they are doing it right.

I really hope you enjoy it!

Thank you so much for your support over the years. We are all working towards the same goal of having a simpler, more thoughtful and meaningful life.

Good luck on your tiny house adventure!

Dan Louche

P.S. If you have previously purchased the Tiny House Design and Construction Guide and don’t want to own two hard copies, drop us a review on Amazon, and we’ll send you the ebook of the new edition completely free of charge. Click here for details.

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About Tom Bastek

Tom Bastek is the Director of Marketing for Tiny Home Builders and has been on the tiny bandwagon for years. In his spare time he enjoys improv comedy acting, pinball, LEGO building, bowling, craft beer and the New York Jets. He resides in Atlanta with his wife and his hound Josie, who takes up most of the bed. He can be reached at tom@tinyhomebuilders.com or on twitter @tinyhousetom.

3 thoughts on “Tiny House Design & Construction Guide – 2nd Edition Available Today!

  1. I am a retired 70 year old teacher. I have been thinking about how I could afford a place in Florida during the winter. Yes mobility and finances are a concern. So I have been wondering if a tiny house would be the solution. But I don’t know where in Florida they would accept a tiny house. Are you aware of any locations? Plus do you build them since this is not something I can physically do. I would appreciate your in put into my dream.

    • Hello Jo Ann!
      Unfortunately, tiny house laws really do change from state to state and even town to town and because it is such a new field, there is much trepidation. It would be next to impossible for us to keep a list of what all the rules were for every place. The best thing you can do is go to your local legislation and ask them. And yes, we can build one for you. Start here: https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-houses

  2. I would like to start a tiny house advocate program. I thought you might be able to help. With a tiny house advocate program we may be able to make tiny living a more viable choice of living. The county codes and regulations have become over arched to the detriment of free choice living and prevent people from living simple wholesome lives. I own a 5 acre beautiful high and dry parcel that sits by a small lake in Florida. I am zoned Agriculture/residential and I have a well and electric on my property and built a horse barn for my horse there. I wanted to live in a tiny house and the county will not let me have a mobile home there. I have not understood yet why, and they have given me no reason why. I am concerned that our codes and regulations have become such as to infringe on peoples rights to live simply,( safely but simply). I think the counties fear that simple living means not enough revenue for the county. And I fear that this is a culprit, making simple living almost impossible for the many many people who really want to lead a simple wholesome life. Tiny houses have a lot of curb appeal too and I think could bring a sense of cozy and quaint to a county who would allow more of them.

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