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Are you curious to meet the legislators in NH who are thinking about tiny house on wheels policy these days?

southern NH legislators presentation by Isa BauerProject manager and lead design, Isa, will be presenting at St Anselms College along with 2 other panelists to help give direction to possible policy effecting tiny houses in NH, which might have the effect of developing laws in other States too, like MA, RI, ME, VT, CT and NY. Who knows? This could be the start of Tiny House Northeast building many more custom THOWs in New England!

Tiny House Northeast is a design-build business for MA, NH, ME, VT, CT, RI and NY. We are pleased to work with you to live a more sustainable lifestyle in a tiny house. There a lot of components in building any house. We encourage you to review the website for core information, especially the FAQs.

If you need a complete or partially complete tiny house built for you; i.e., a Weelshell, in MA, NH, ME, CT, RI, VT or upper New York State, please note that building start dates are based on the trailer purchase, deposit and a confirmed approved plan. It is normally completed 6-12 weeks after then, or later depending on the complexity of the tiny house project. For example, a 30' long tiny house that is turnkey - a Weelhouse - will require a longer wait than a 24' long house Weelshell.

For ongoing updates and news geared for tiny house owners and planners in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhose Island and upper New York State, visit Tiny House New England Facebook page. No selling is allowed on the Page, but your "Like" is appreciated. Get involved with your online New England-focused tiny house network community.

Tiny House Northeast doesn't refer to tiny houses as a "movement". A "movement" suggests that living conservatively to help reverse the damage of the planet is only a trend. Building tiny houses for New England is no trend. We've set our sights on a permanent adoption of conservation!

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