It’s no more a secret that small houses are growing in popularity all across the US. Not only homeowners are enjoying a simplified lifestyle but they are also paying less for utilities, mortgages, and other costs.
Despite the growing enthusiasm for tiny houses, things are still pretty hard when it comes to legally building a small house for full-time use in other cities. If you are planning to build a tiny house in your backyard soon, you might have some basic questions in your head. We are here to answer some of the most basic questions relevant to backyard tiny home building.
Being one of the top-rated small house design-build firms, Small House Solutions is specializing in a variety of home types and structures. This may include Tiny Homes on Wheels, Park Models, Accessory Structures (Studios, Pool Houses, Offices), and site-built Backyard Homes (ADU’s).
ADU stands for Accessory Dwelling Unit. ADU’s are also known as mother-in-law-apartments and granny-flats. They are secondary dwellings that are either detached or attached from your main house.
Below are some of the answers to basic questions that are frequently asked when people plan to construct a tiny house in their backyard: