Many people love the idea of a tiny home attached to wheels. It provides you with the opportunity to get closer to nature, to flush out all the unwanted things in life and to built better personal relationships. Carriages could be termed as “House-on-Wheels.” Residing in a tiny home built on wheels is way more inexpensive that affording a usual home. This can save you money in different ways which are listed below.
- Land: It is well-known that buying a piece of land costs a lot. Also, the cost will vary depending on how much land you want and in which place you want. If you’re lucky and got helping friends and family and they give or rent you land, that’s the only way where you could save money. But your best bet for a temporary, cheaper dwelling is House-on-Wheels. The tiny house ownership is quite beneficial as it proves less costly than “rooted” houses.
- Utilities: Utilities is the area where you will save most of your expenditure in the long run. Built on wheels means a smaller space, smaller place means less electricity, heat and large appliances. If you go for a “rooted” home, you will have to take care of the septic system, electricity, water charges, maintenance and internet access on a regular basis. Also, the initial cost will be very high. But you will have easier access to utilities if you opt for Rv or trailer park.
- Basic Necessities: Since it is home even if it is tiny, you have to furnish it. Having a severe space limit you can only fit maybe two beds and a couch, which saves you from spending an excess amount on furniture. It’s best for travelling as you can take your home with you to anywhere which will save you from the additional cost of renting a hotel. Attaching a large truck or jeep or a car to the house will do the work for pulling it from one place to another.
4. Time and labour: Unlike the time and labour invested in building a house or an apartment, tiny homes require much less investment. If you have the know-how and the help you can build the house in a few days. You might require some help for sewer, kitchen appliances and to wire it for electricity. Though it will cost you a little investment, it still remains less expensive as compared to building rooted houses.