On Tiny House Mansions, Jeremy Weaver and his team at Wind River Tiny Homes in Chattanooga, TN help Casey and Nikita, both home owner and tiny house virgins, move into their first ever tiny mansion. The team has only one month and \$120K.

Tiny House Mansions - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-06-10

Tiny House Mansions - Tumbleweed Tiny House Company - Netflix

Tumbleweed Tiny House Company is a company in Sonoma, California that designs and builds small houses between 65 and 887 square feet (6 and 80 m2), Many are timber-framed homes permanently attached to trailers for mobility. The houses on wheels are available to be purchased ready made and shipped to consumers, and are individually manufactured and customized for their buyers. The company also offers construction plans for their mobile houses and larger designs, as well as workshops geared toward teaching people how to build their own cottage or tiny house on wheels. Tumbleweed is part of the small house movement. In 2002, Tumbleweed's owner, Jay Shafer, co-founded the Small House Society in Iowa City, Iowa. In 2003, he was commissioned by Gregory Paul Johnson, Small House Society co-founder, to build The Mobile Hermitage, which became one of Tumbleweed's first commercially sold homes. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, a few were sold to Gulf Coast residents who preferred them to government-supplied temporary housing. In 2008 the company reported selling only one house per year, though this had increased five-fold in 2009. As of 2011, the company reported building “only a few houses” annually. The majority of the houses built to its designs are constructed by customers using Tumbleweed's plans. In 2012 Jay Shafer left the company to his business partner and founded Four Lights Tiny House Company.

Tiny House Mansions - Bibliography - Netflix

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