cartierlovejesduas i love all the little house stuff ? makes me wonder… we have purchased 10 acres and are converting the old building on the site….my partner is doing it all himself in his free time(i am helping but really that is minimal in the whole scope of things)- which has me antsy waiting to be able to move out there. when i mention tiny house ideas, he says a lot of it is against code and we wont pass the inspections. seems that is why a lot of the little houses are on wheels? or maybe he just tells me that because he doesnt like my ideas ;)? or maybe it is a question of who actually is paying attention to how people are living on their land? but we couldnt start our conversion without a permit and we have to pass inspections for them to allow us to live there. i will be doing an outside dry composting bathroom when i move out there but he says we still have to have it all plumbed in and functioning in the house. same with washer and stove, etc even though i wont be using them. it seems so simple when i read all the stories but when i bring them to him, it is always about inspections and codes. i mean it seems to defeat the purpose if i have to install and buy etc everything to move in to try to get to a point where i can minimize. reverse logic or the man at work…sigh. i think i read some article somewhere about how the housing codes came to be and a lot of it was to support construction etc.
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