The Tiny House movement (also known as the “small-house movement” is an architectural and social movement that advocates simple living in small homes. There is no set definition as to what constitutes a tiny house. A tiny house is often used to describe park model homes and manufactured homes, as well as recreational vehicles and self built extension rooms or cabins. A residential structure between 100 and 400 Sq. Ft. is generally considered a tiny home.

MicroHab, a division of EGBB, designs and manufacturers compact homes that blend in the coziness found in a log cabin with features and services from a recreational vehicle. Built with the ability to be towed by an owner and provided with off-grid and city services hook up options, MicroHab tiny homes are being designed to support many options and custom configurations.

Participation in public events over the past year has helped us understand the interest and need for home units with less than 400 square feet of living space, and along the way we have developed many relationships with people interested in representing our future products. Ron Blair, one of our founders and principal sponsor for tiny homes, has showcased a beta version of a towable micro house with thousands of people visiting the unit.

Coming this spring, our first micro home product will be introduced. Contact us for an invitation to …