Tiny houses have seen a huge increase in popularity over the last few years, which is probably partly down to the array of TV shows dedicated to the “tiny house movement”. But it’s also down to the fact that many people want to have more freedom in their lives, whether it’s financial freedom or the freedom to live, travel and even work wherever you like. So what are the benefits and how do you do it?
Well, that’s where sheep camps come in. Sheep camps can be the perfect starting point for your tiny house. They’re often kitted out with the essentials so you can easily add your own personal style and luxuries to make it your own cozy home. Plus, you can customize it exactly to your liking so that it’s tailored to your style of living and your way of life.
One reason why more and more people are opting to live in tiny houses is because of the financial freedom they can offer. A lot of the time, it means you can stop paying expensive rent or high mortgages and have more money to spend on things you enjoy, like leisure activities with your family.
The cost of a sheep camp can be significantly less than a standard home and, with the cost of a camp often being less than a deposit for a house, you may find you can actually pay cash and buy your new camp outright. Although if you need a loan, it’s likely to be a lot less than a mortgage, both in the amount you need to borrow and the repayment period.
Eco Friendly Living
With your house being smaller, you will usually use less energy to heat and cool it, which can save money as well as help the environment. There’s also the opportunity to use recycled materials for construction and decoration.
Another great benefit of living in a sheep camp is that you can essentially live off the grid, so you can generate your own power with the use of solar panels and/or wind power. This can be a lot easier in a tiny house compared to a standard house because the size of the tiny house means your generated power will likely be able to power everything you need. Many standard homes that have solar panels or other green energy often still have to use grid power because the homes often consume more energy than they generate.
Live Life On The Road
When your sheep camp is on wheels you have the freedom to travel wherever life takes you and still have your home sweet home. This can give you the freedom to work and live wherever you want. If you don’t like your current location, simply move on and find a better one. One of the benefits of campers as tiny homes is the fact that you don’t need to sell up or wait for your lease to end, you can simply wave goodbye and leave.
“First, thanks for all of the help and patience in preparing to order our camp. You made sure that we really got what we wanted. From the time we picked up our camp we have really enjoyed it. It pulls great, and is easy to park and set up. This camp is so comfortable. Cooking and cleaning is easy, and everything is easy to get to. You can have people in and not feel crowded. We have camped in camp grounds, by lakes, and in the hills hunting with no problems. We like camping in it best when it is cold so we can use the wood stove. There is nothing cozier than that stove. Summer is nice to; the windows are placed so there is good ventilation. The door coming in from the front is more secure feeling. The kids are fighting over who will inherit it, but we are determined to wear it out before that happens.”- Pat and Ernie , Sparks Nevada
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