Smart House + Tiny Home = Big Possibilities
Posted January 30, 2018 We are showing two tiny homes at the Seattle Home Show this year and are partnering with Market Share to bring in new technological features. One of our models will showcase smart technology, which automates household functions including lighting, heat, security, music, and more. Come to CenturyLink Event Center between February 17 and February 25, 2018, to begin dreaming about the big possibilities. Make it a family outing or a quick excursion with a friend - everyone will enjoy the adventure.
Tiny House Builders Celebrate One BIG Year!
Carriage Houses NW Builds Quality Affordable Tiny Houses Posted September 2, 2017 We've been building tiny houses for a little over a year and there is much to celebrate. What better way than to feature a drone video of our first tiny house! Our gray classic model is the perfect bunkhouse for our friends on Camano Island. Enjoy the breathtaking view from this drone video featured on our HOMEPAGE, or click on the image below to view the video now.
Vision 20•20•20 – Our first Homeless Housing Build in the Books!
written by Tom Hayes Carriage Houses NW Homeless Housing Division 3-17-17 A solution to homelessness in Seattle moves forward against the odds. The city is trying to solve the crisis by allowing the construction of Tiny House Villages and a new one at Georgetown is fully underway supplying 37 living units. These secure bedrooms (usually 8’ x 12’) are designed to minimize restrictions due to building codes. The Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) is doing remarkable work coordinating the efforts between the city, building groups, social agencies, and the homeless. Carriage Houses NW sent a team of 6 builders to
Homeless Housing Initiative
Posted February 1, 2017 Carriage Houses Northwest will be providing 4 tiny house emergency shelters for a new homeless encampment being established in the Greenwood neighborhood by the Low Income Housing Institute. We are in the process of putting together teams of volunteers and construction leads for this project, which we call Vision 20•20•20. We are asking 20 people to each ask 20 friends for a $20 donation. Those same 20 people will show up on March 18th with the money they raised to build the 4 houses. Helping us greatly in this effort is Tom Hayes, a newly retired