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On this week's episode of Tiny Home Tuesday, Mike and Kaedon answer our viewer's #1 question: "Where can I put my RV park model?"
One of the biggest advantages of buying a tiny home or cabin from Recreational Resort Cottages and Cabins is the fact that we build our tiny homes Green. But what exactly does it mean to "build Green"? It basically means a lower carbon footprint. Our tiny houses use less energy, produce less waste, and consume less resources. And the materials we use to build the tiny houses are not only environmentally friendly, but they are better and safer for you and your family. That means a higher quality of life for the owners of our tiny homes.
We get questions daily about how long it takes to build a tiny house, modular home, or cabin. The challenge with answering the question is that there are so many variables. A house can't be placed online to build until payment is received in a cash transaction or down payment is received and all loan conditions are met in a financed transaction. Clearing loan conditions is not always a fast process. And the build time can drastically change overnight. So if we give you today's build time and then it takes several weeks for you to secure an approval and clear your loan conditions, then the build time can be completely different once your home actually goes online. The next variable is that of which manufacturing plant we're building from; they each have a different backlog. Materials can also affect the build time, as some manufacturers of the parts used in the creation of your home might have a backlog of their own. The biggest variable, though, is engineering. If your build requires any engineering, it will delay the process. The engineering departments have their own backlogs which are separate from production. So we have to secure your loan approval and get your loan conditions met, then get you through engineering, and then we have the actual build time. And it's impossible to know what the build time will be in the future; we just have to wait and see.