Eco Friendly Tiny House with Must See Interior

GreenPod Development is a woman-owned company that creates green jobs by building new modular and site-built homes with healthy interiors and furnishings. GreenPod assures that the basic human needs of clean water and air, natural light, temperature-controlled, efficiently-designed homes in a beautiful environment are met. GreenPod Intelligent Environments selects only sustainable, socially responsible, and traceable sourced building materials for interior and exterior construction. They provide architectural design and construction services, that specialize in making custom sustainable homes and products.

The WaterHaus designs are the first tiny homes to offer sustainable healthy interiors. Designed by Ann Raab, the home utilizes movable walls, natural and cost-efficient lighting, and interior glass to visually enlarge the living spaces while reducing the home’s environmental footprint to only 450-square-feet that contains everything you need. The smallest Seattle modular home designs comply with city codes for affordable dwelling units and also offer barrier-free designs for wheelchair access. All of GreenPod's efficient homes can be upgraded in size to compliment your lifestyle needs and your building site. They maximize solar gain and view while creating privacy.

GreenPod promotes new green innovation to make complement a sustainable lifestyle. The future cost of energy-efficient homes is beneficial, for customers, communities, and the planet.

The tiny homes are built on-site. To build they team up with contractors, tradespeople, and craftsmen in your area to compete for your new home and stimulate the local economy. The SIP wall panels will be shipped to your building site and your contractor will set them and finish out your tiny home. This also eliminates the cost of transporting and setting. The homes are designed for your building site and budget using a shopping cart approach. The following are 4 options available for the Waterhaus tiny home design.

Option 1. This Waterhaus design includes a water-tight and energy-efficient shell for do-it-yourselfers. The home includes SIP panel walls, Anderson Series 100 windows, metal roof, Hardie panel/plank siding, and rough-in plumbing and electrical. Interior cabinets, fixtures, and finishes are not included, as this allows you to finish it out yourself or find local recycled materials and cabinets.

Option 2. A simplified and complete home on a budget. The tiny home includes SIP panel walls, Anderson Series 100 windows, metal roof, Hardie Panel/Plank siding. The interiors are finished with sheetrock walls, trimless windows, and engineered bamboo flooring. Laminate countertops, budget cabinets, fixtures, and finishes. This option also allows you to find reclaimed cabinets or fixtures to keep costs down.

Option 3. The completed version of the Waterhaus includes SIP panel walls, Anderson Series 100 windows, metal roof, Hardie Panel, and Cedar siding. VG Fir trimmed windows and doors, slate tiled bathroom, custom Fir cabinets, Paperstone Recycled Countertops, bamboo flooring. Does not include art and furniture.

Option 4. The completed version of the Waterhaus includes the custom art and furniture. SIP Panel Walls, Sierra Pacific windows, metal roof, Hardie Panel, and Cedar siding. VG Fir trimmed windows and doors, stone tiled bathroom, custom Fir cabinets, Paperstone Recycled countertops, bamboo flooring, Kangan water machine, art, and furniture.


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