Tiny Homes - Affordable Green Living

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The Tiny Home movement is getting stronger by the day - not only in the United States but Worldwide. With consumers getting more environmentally attentive, more economically geared and energy conscious, offering stress free, affordable and less cluttered lives in on the rise.

A few months ago I was approached by a group of people asking me if I could design a small home that can be built inexpensively, that can be very energy efficient and is quick to build, install and produce without the least waste. Little did I know that I was heading for another business opportunity. 

A few month later and a great deal of research behind us our first model home is being installed as I write these lines.

Our first model smart home is built using SIP - an environmentally friendly and energy efficient way of construction.

Our initial units start at $29,500.00, as a kit, with delivery and installation running at around $4,000 (depending on location etc.).

This is an unfinished kit, mainly because most people visiting our model showed an interest of being able to finish the units by themselves. This provides a great and inexpensive way to put a home on your property. 

Drying in would run around $18,000 - depending on finishes, window and door specification etc. So a completely dried in, delivered unit will only cost just over $100/square foot.

From this point the sky is the limit - the houses can be completely off the grid, by adding alternative energy sources such as solar or wind; they can be off any septic or sewer systems by adding composting toilets. The type of construction, even if you are hooked up to electric, will reduce utility bills to almost nothing, given the energy efficiency of construction. 

Do you need a larger home? Do you have a different layout in mind? Not a problem. Our panels can be redesigned in no time, and delivered to your location for a very small design fee. The benefits will still be the same and offer you all the savings discussed above.

Check out our website for Green Living Spaces - Our model is built and is being shown in Ellijay, GA, right next to Walmart (on the south side of Walmart). Any questions of course can be addressed to me.

Geza
706-455-9778
geza@geza.net

Special Offer:

Receive FREE installation ($4,000 value) if order is placed before November 30th 2014.

 

 

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Rainmaker
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Pete Xavier
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We are living in a home now that is less than10% the size of our last home and things are good!

Oct 14, 2014 03:59 AM #1
Rainmaker
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Inna Ivchenko
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It is getting more popular this days. Why one needs a huge house living alone or only two member families?  Eco-friendly and efficient features are becoming popular today as homeowners commit to living greener lives.

Jun 15, 2016 05:00 PM #2
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Laura

Just met with someone today as I was going to Tennessee to look at land. I sent some questions to info@greenlivingspaces.com but it isn't showing in my sent items folder.

Sep 17, 2016 12:35 PM #3
Rainer
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Geza Csuros
Geza Design - Blue Ridge, GA

Laura:

I am not sure why your email is not showing up - try again to my personal email:

geza@geza.net

Best regards,

Geza

Sep 17, 2016 03:40 PM #4
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Tim O'neil

Can you tell me if Gilmer County has any restrictions on tiny houses if put on acerage you purchase ?

Feb 20, 2017 12:53 PM #5
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Geza Csuros
Geza Design - Blue Ridge, GA

Hi Tim

Gilmer County does not have many restrictions - namely I believe the minimum square footage - about 150 or 200. If you are in a subdivision they might have their own restrictions, but if you own your property outside of a subdivision you should not have any issues. The only glitch you might run into is the septic - they do have a minimum requirement mainly to do with the size of your property. In Fannin county is about an acre and a quarter. You might want to check with the health department in Gilmer. 
I hope this helps !
 
Geza
Feb 21, 2017 05:25 AM #6
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