The perfect tiny house mountain getaway!! Located in Sequim, Washington, United States, tucked into the Olympic Mountains. The climate in Sequim averages 2 inches of snow per year and reaches up to the high 60's in the months of May through September. This small town is perfect for peace and quiet with only about 7,000 people. The power, water, and heat are all available resources in this home in eco-efficient ways with solar panels, rainwater collection, and insulation around doors and windows! The land is filled with many trees and acres, easily on the market for more space and construction.
This Eco-Friendly tiny home holds a single Kitchen, a Master Bedroom, a loft area upstairs, a Bathroom, and a beautiful backyard. Resources in this tiny home include solar panels for electricity, a water tank and the tankless hot water heater is accessible for water, and geothermal heating.
This outdoor space is perfect for late night campfires and cookouts. The landscape associated with this tiny home contributes to sustainability as it is a major food source of fruits, orchad trees, and vegetables on site! In addition, the plants use recycled water from your clean sewage to grow!
Rainwater and grey harvesting is the perfect ecological way to get water and minimalize waste. This water waste is reduced through a Basin and WC 'rocker' recycling the water. This wastewater goes through a tank holding system and into the Biodisc foul sewage treatment that helps grow the landscape!
When it comes to trash, a composting bin is necessary for all food products, and then recycling paper materials. In this tiny home composting is made simple and will keep you from creating a sewage pile up! The compost will be laid out and is key for the perfect nutrients in planting.
Materials include tile, and timber made from local sustainable sources, with gabion walls from recyclable materials. In the warmer months, a mechanical vent heat recovery with roof vents for passive cooling is installed. In addition, a low profile home reduces exposure to extremes of wind and sun.
When workers have to clear the trees and natural land why not use it to build! Timber is a great sustainable resource and it is 100% natural! Plus, this home is built with gabion walls. The carbon footprint analyses show that it can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 80% compared to a concrete wall.
Eco-Friendly Argon Windows are featured throughout this home to save energy and give extra light! Solar panel water heaters and tankless water heaters are perfect in this tiny home as well! You will ALWAYS have warm and clean water!!
Transport choices are made easily with bicycles close to the house! When deciding to leave during the summer months take a stroll on a bike to town!
This bathroom includes a composting toilet in which your waste is easily ridable. The toilet is waterless, environmentally-friendly, easy-to-use, and it is odor-free! The waste compost will be used to grow plants, and the wastewater connects to the sewer, recycles, and also ends up with the plants!
A way to acquire sustainable food is from the garden outside! Preparing this food on energy, water-efficient appliances, and a gas stove is perfect for the environment! And lastly, this home contains built-in storage made from recycled bottle tops to keep food for days.
This loft area is a great place for winter nights with our radiant barrier attic insulation, good thermafleece, and a SEER 16+ rating HVAC System. In addition, geothermal heating is also installed for extra comfort.