b'Design Trends 2020Tiny houses leave behind a barely discernible carbon footprint. For while the average home produces 28,000 pounds of COon an annual basis, the typical tiny home 2generates only 2,000 pounds of COa year. Tiny homes 2are veritable storehouses of sustainable energy, including fully sustainable heat, power and ventilation sources such as solar panels.Many people crave the freedom to live where and how they choose; and, for that matter, to move about freely as they enjoy the ultimate in independent living. Due to their size, small homes can be placed onto trucks and transported anywhere. Naturally, one can only live freeHANGAN TINY HOMES if they are free of debt and mortgage restraints; a goalWeathergroove 150 Naturalthat can be attained with the purchase of a tiny home.Tiny Homes are relatively lower in costs than a traditional home and can be custom built to meetindividual needs.A Tiny house can provide a low-cost living option in places where the housing market is too great.Limited need for council approvals. Whenever one ventures to build a home, they of course must consult the related codes and council regulations, along with national and state laws, regarding their project. On a general basis, however, the building of tiny homes is not heavily regulated through local councils, and even might be considered comparable to caravans in many regions.Tiny homes may very well be the homes of the future; leaving a big, beautiful and sustainable imprint on Australias built environment.BAXTER HOMES Weathergroove 150 Woodsman33'