Tiny homes aren't just about minimalist living, but a whole lot of other benefits you can't help miss out on. An average tiny home is 250 to 500 sq. ft. These homes are made up of fewer rooms – normally a kitchen, bedroom, and living area. Some tiny homes are designed to allow open living, very much like living in a studio.
Let’s say you live in Melbourne or any other big city – a tiny home can be the best option for you if you want to dodge high rents and outlandish property prices. Let’s take a glance at the benefits of owning one of our homes:
Tiny Means Less Clutter You can’t live in a tiny home and think of filling it with "stuff" you don’t even need. You want to utilize every nook and crevice of free space to give you more area for walking, relaxing, and sleeping. When your house is this small, you must make hard choices regarding what to keep and what to discard. Basically, you are almost forbidden to go about buying those small frivolous items whenever you are feeling blue or bored. It's actually beneficial because you'll have less cleaning and organizing to do. This may help you focus on things that really matter to you.
Less Time Spent On Cleaning We need to emphasize this point. Please imagine the amount of time and effort it takes to clean an 8-room home – colossal, right? A tiny home with 2 – 3 small rooms takes less time to clean and is much easier to put in order. That’s not just because of the size, but the fact that you don’t have clutter floating all over the place.
More Savings You probably didn’t know this but living in such a small space saves money in so many different ways. Firstly, you don't spend a lot of money on heating as you would with a traditional home. Cooling ends up being cheap as well. You will also pay fewer property taxes. The cost of home maintenance will be significantly lower. You even stand to save some good money on groceries (that’s because you have a small refrigerator and pantry), and you remove idle shopping near entirely out of your life.
High-Quality Living Many tiny homeowners attribute their happiness and improved quality of life to the size and convenience of their small homes. How so? This type of home lets them shed unnecessary "stuff" and start living small. They don't feel burdened or weighed down by frivolous items they no longer need. It also helps them cut down on their mortgage obligations. Even better, they spend much less money and time cleaning and maintaining – they can channel the extra resources to leisure activities.
Low Carbon Footprint Lastly and more importantly, all of the benefits mentioned above add up to one major benefit for our environment. To buy a tiny home is to own a green home. These homes use less energy, consume fewer resources (you cut on the consumption of certain products), and produce fewer wastes compared to larger homes.
Perhaps the biggest benefit of all is the fact that you can easily relocate your tiny home to a new location with minimal restrictions.
As a family-owned business, we are committed to providing quality tiny homes starting at AU$39,999 to help you live small and conserve the environment. Explore https://teenytinyhomes.com.au and find out details about our inclusions, extras, floor plans, and business.