If you are thinking about building a tiny home, or are even on the fence about it, taking a
tiny house workshop can be a great help in deciding how you want to go about the project. Obviously, the information that you will obtain during a workshop is immense, but there are other reasons to attend. Here are five tiny house workshop benefits.
Announcing our 2017 tiny house workshop schedule. We’ve got 6 workshops on the schedule this year including locations that we’ve never been to before.
If you didn’t get a chance to sign up for our SOLD OUT Cumming, GA Workshop, don’t fret. Our next tiny house workshop is a mere two months away! Join us October 15-16 in DeLand, FL for two days of hands-on, educational tiny home building with the one and only Dan Louche.
So you want to build a tiny house? Join us September 24th and 25th for our hands-on workshop and learn how! Our hands-on workshops gain you real-world experience working with actual tools and materials. You also get to meet and hang-out with other tiny house enthusiasts in beautiful Cumming, GA.
For the past 6 years, I’ve been designing and building tiny homes. In that time, I’ve seen EVERYTHING there is when it comes to people making the decision to go tiny. And I’ve noticed a lot of people making the same few mistakes over and over again, even though they are easily avoidable if you know what to look for. I see these same mistakes in my clients, at my live workshops, and when I consult with people. Here are some ideas to help educate you to avoid tiny house mistakes and be as prepared for your build as possible.
This is a repost from www.cometcamper.com by Mariah Coz. She recently spoke at our latest tiny house workshop and wrote about her experience on her blog.
I’ve spoken at and taught about 20 in the past 2 years, and they always get me excited all over again. Meeting people who are just beginning their small home journeys, discussing science and nature, and making good friends are my favorite parts!
We just wrapped up our latest workshop in Georgia. It was a sold out event and as usual we had a great group of people which makes for a great time. I’ve said it before, but hanging out with so many like minded people is awesome!
We hosted this workshop on a local scenic farm, which had a pretty great view if anyone got tired of looking at me :)
We’re planning on having all future Georgia workshops at this location.
There’s also room for camping for those who are into that. Many of the campers ended up staying up late hanging out around the fire and roasting marshmallows and hot dogs. I on the other hand went home and passed out! Talking all day takes it out of you :)
This time we had two tiny houses and a tiny house trailer to view (and sleep in for 2)!
Here’s Laura and Matt from 120squarefeet.com giving their presentation. We’ve had them out for a few of our workshops and we always get good feedback. I like their story.
One of the attendees, Chris, made the mistake of mentioning it was his birthday. So of course we got a cake and all sang Happy Birthday at lunch :) Chris was also super helpful throughout the workshop.
Here’s Amy using a nail gun for the first time. She’s already got one of our trailers and is starting construction this summer. I expect we’ll be keeping in touch.
Brian, who bought a trailer from us and attended the workshop was kind enough to bring it with him. It proved to be a great visual aid.
We’ve scheduled our next workshop for September 6-7. Get more details at https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-workshops/Atlanta-September-6-7-2014
I hope to see you there!