Tiny Home Trends


Even tiny homes require professional electrical details. (Photo Credits)

As the tiny home trend continues to attract a growing number of people, essential details in building a conveniently functioning one could just be the key to thoroughly enjoying the tiny home lifestyle.
The electrical system for one should be professionally installed, and designed in such a way that would complement the kind of life the homeowners would like to live. Simple, utilitarian, and no-fuss. Builders and Contractors

Tiny home experts say that usually, micro homes have access to electricity through the grid, solar power, or through gas powered-generators. Whatever their power source of choice is, experts advise that the system should be installed by a licensed electrician to keep things safe and efficient.

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Tiny House Blog has laid out in one of its blog posts, helpful information surrounding the electrical details of a small home. “A key action that will help your versatility in locations and power options is to use propane for all cooking, heating, and hot water. This vastly lowers your electrical needs, while opening the door to have smaller extension cords for plugins, use a smaller gas generator and utilize small solar power systems. As Tiny House living requires you to manage your space, so does mobile Tiny House living call for you to manage your energy usage.”

The continuation of the article can be found here.

The Electrical System

Tiny Homes Builders meanwhile encouraged tiny homeowners to prioritize safety when it comes to working on the electrical details of a tiny home. They mentioned that safety precautions and advanced planning would go a long way in ensuring the success of an electrical installation. Electricians

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“Installing tiny house electrical wiring in nowhere near as time-consuming as you would think. To rough-in an entire tiny home (drill through studs, pull wire, install boxes, etc.) it should only take one person about three hours. This is a good time to mention that you should definitely put an electrical diagram together ahead of time so you can create the most efficient flow of wiring throughout the home. The finish work (installing the outlets, switches, etc.) should take you another four hours or so.”

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Pad Tiny Houses meanwhile shed light on Solar Energy as a possible energy source for tiny homes. In one of their posts, the author shared the experience about going solar on his tiny house. Through the article, the author also explained how it works, as well as the advantages and drawbacks of such an electrical arrangement.

“That eye-opener reinforced what I’ve been telling folks for a long time: in a tiny house, minimizing your demand is the best way to take advantage of a solar electric system. And one of the best ways to do that is to run as many gadgets as possible on other fuel types. For example, many RV or Marine refrigerators run on propane, there are stoves that use alcohol or propane, and winter heaters can keep you snug as a bug using wood, propane or diesel. Being cold isn’t the only option – you can be creative instead.”

The rest of the post can be found here.

Working out the electrical details of a tiny home indeed helps ensure that electrical fixtures can efficiently work in a tiny home.

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