You can build this rustic 400 square foot tiny house building for less than $2,000. The small house plans were created by Lamar Alexander, a homesteader who lives off-grid on a piece of family-owned land in Utah. Alexander tiny house designs are for people who are looking to live a similar lifestyle. The tiny house building has a 14 foot by 14-foot interior with a main floor and a full loft. The loft is spacious enough for a bedroom and a home office. The downstairs space has a kitchen, living room and bathroom. This tiny house building makes a great starter home or vacation retreat that can sleep up to six people. This tiny house building has a solar or a gas power source. You’ll want to take a look at the Spruce site for the full details.

You can get the details about this tiny house building with a 355 page e-book that has detailed instructions for constructing the wood cabin. In the ebook, you’ll find everything you need to know to make this tiny house building self-sufficient to include how to install a solar and a wind power system that will help provide enough power for your lights, appliances, and gadgets. In the ebook, you will also learn how to hook up propane appliances, how to diy a solar composting toilet, how to drill your own water well, how to harvest rain and recycle greywater, how to build a heating source and how to add an addition to your tiny house building.

 

 

 

There are several benefits of solar energy. Solar energy is not only a sustainable energy source, but solar is also renewable, and this means that it will never run out. Solar energy is the most natural source of energy that you will find to generate electricity. Solar power requires little maintenance. Once the solar panels have been installed on your tiny house building and are working at the maximum efficiency, there is only a small amount of maintenance that is needed each year to help ensure they are in working order. Solar panels are a silent producer of energy. There is absolutely no noise that is made from the solar photovoltaic panels as they convert sunlight into usable electricity. There are continual advancements in the solar panel technology which are helping to increase the efficiency and to also lower the cost of production, thus making solar, even more, cost-effective. During solar operation, solar electricity power plants produce zero emissions. Solar power is energy that is provided by the sun. This solar energy is in the form of solar radiation, which makes the production of solar electricity possible. Solar electricity can be produced directly from photovoltaic, PV, cells. Photovoltaic means light and electric. These cells are made from materials that exhibit the photovoltaic effect, as in when the sunshine hits the PV cell, the photons of light will excite the electrons in the cell and cause them to flow, which generates electricity. Solar energy produces electricity on demand, during the day especially on hot days when air-conditioners drive up the electricity demand. When in use, solar energy produces no emissions. One megawatt hour of solar electricity will offset about 0.75 to 1 tonne of CO2. PV solar panels are being used increasingly, both in the city and in more remote locations, to help produce electricity for households, communities and schools and to help supply power for equipment such as telecommunication and water pumps.

You will find this solar tiny house building at The Spruce site. On the site, you will find tiny house buildings, solar, small house living, garden, home repair, cleaning tips and so much more. **

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