03 Jun 14th Edition of “NOAH News is Good News”
NOAH's Featured Builder June 2019
Wahoo! NOAH is proud to announce that Blue Sky Tiny Homes has been selected as the June 2019, Builder of the Month!!! Blue Sky Tiny Homes, LLC is a premium Tiny House builder located in Evansville, IN. Their models feature High-end craftsmanship with quality materials and great floor plans! Their friendly staff will work with you on designing Tiny Home that fits your personality, lifestyle and budget.
When you visit their website, you will find many beautiful Tiny Homes to view and tour. There are multiple video tours posted with easy access to them. You can tell that the team at Blue Sky Tiny Homes put their heart into these builds. There are no details missed & no shortcuts taken.
The varied rooflines and multiple floorplans are available for the clients to choose from. I think one of the best things about this company is that they are truly motivated to build alternative housing for anyone wishing to achieve it, that's why they will build according to each client's personal budget!
You can learn more about Blue Sky Tiny Homes by visiting their website HERE. So, congratulations for being selected as NOAH's Featured Builder of the Month! As a small token of our appreciation we will be sending out a NOAH Swag Box to the Team at Blue Sky Tiny Homes! Be sure to take a photo and tag us on social media so that we know you've received it.
Above you can see & compare the differences between an 8 ft 6 in wide Tiny Home and a 10-foot-wide Tiny Home. Notice how the bed is more accessible with 2 feet of space to walk completely around it on all 3 sides. It is important to keep in mind special pieces of furniture that you cannot live without and plan accordingly. Also, notice the improved livingroom and dining room spaces. By adding the additional two feet of space, you can improve on the spacious feel of your home and transportation is not too difficult either. In most States, only a $38-ish dollar permit is required to move your home.
* 8.5-10 feet wide requires no permit to transport
* 10-12 feet wide in most states require a permit and one escort
* 12-14 feet wide in most States requires a permit and two escorts.
So, reach out to the AHJ's (Authorities Having Jurisdiction) in the area you are interested in traveling thru and inquire as to their requirements before hitting the road. Decide what works best for you and with a little planning, you can make it happen!
The "Must-See" Forum
The following is for anyone looking for valuable information about building and living Tiny! There is a really cool new Forum that is taking over talk about Tiny Home Living, it's called TinyHouseForum.com and you can check it out HERE.
Chuck Campfield is the person responsible for launching this much needed space for all who love Tiny Living. This Forum was established for people to gather information, discuss topics and help each other. Which is what is happening in the Tiny House Industry anyway, so, it is a perfect fit!
There are discussions on placement, floorplans, insurance, financing, and specific discussions on code requirements and many more interesting topics for you to discover! What I like the best about this Forum, is how responsive the community and leader of this Forum are. You are never waiting long for valuable answers and ideas about the issue and/or question you posted. So, I recommend that you check it out and start enjoying the benefits of belonging to a meaningful Tiny Living Community Forum today!
Quote for Living Tiny…
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication." -Leonardo da Vinci