Making Tiny Possible
On a Mission to Unify a Movement by Developing Standards and Promoting Best Practices in the Construction, Placement, and Widespread Use of Tiny Homes as Permissible and Permanent Housing.
Legalize Tiny Homes with
Dan Fitzpatrick, THIA President
and National Tiny Home Advocate
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We want to thank and welcome new THIA Commercial Member, Amazing Spaces NZ. Led by owner Michael Goodall, this is a tiny house building company based in Hamilton, New Zealand. They build a striking range of steel-framed, COF-certified tiny homes that can legally...
We want to thank and welcome new THIA Commercial Member, Tiny Heirloom. Led by CEO and owner Jeremy Killian, this family-owned and operated business is based in Portland, Oregon, with 20 years of building experience. They’ve been around since …
Fantastic news from Santa Cruz County, California! The county Board of Supervisors, on a 5-0 vote yesterday, directed staff to bring back ordinances that will legalize movable tiny homes as: ADU’s Single-Family Lots Tiny Home Villages/Planned Unit Developments (PUDs)...
Welcome Tiny Heirloom to THIA as a New Commercial Member
Luxury Tiny House Builder
Welcome Intertek to THIA as a New Commercial Member
A Global Third Party Inspection, Testing, and Certification Firm
The Global Economic And Social Impact Of The Tiny Home Industry
Housing Our Veterans And Our Heroes:Promoting Multi-generational Housing Encouraging Seniors To Age In Place: Reducing Our Environmental Footprint:Best Practices For Sustainability:Mortgage-Free And Pride Of Ownership: Inspiring DIY Projects And Global Compassion: Second Chance Tiny Homes Offer Programs To Prevent Repeat Offenders And Provide A Trade In A Booming Industry: Schools Provide Land For Teachers And Tiny Homes
Driving The Demand For Land Sales, Builders, Manufacturing, Engineers, Architects,Work Trades, Designers, SalesForce, Transport and Providing Revenue For Inspection And Permits For Local Municipalities:Billions Of Dollars In Yearly Revenues For Hosts Of Airbnbs Worldwide Cascading Effect: Guests Supporting Local Tourism Including Goods, Services And Events Reviving Rural Destinations On The Brink Of Being Lost Are Now Thriving