Tiny house trend growing bigger and bigger

The Tiny House trend is spreading from the West Coast where it started and seems to be part of the green building movement. Tiny houses, the proponents claim, are compact and offer many of the features of a large house “without all the extras.” The tiny houses, measuring an average of 500 square feet, have bathrooms, showers, kitchens and loft bedrooms.

These tiny homes, proponents also claim, generate much less waste and say that a 500-square-foot home, produces only about 300 pounds of waste compared with a 2,000-square-foot home, which sends 3,000 square feet to the dump.

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