Recycling materials means giving a second life to the unused thing. Inhabitat, as always, shows another creative project of making useful thing from recycled materials. Today we come up with Tiny Texas Houses, prefabricated house company which deserve your attention. Brad Kittel and his crew deconstructed and salvaged old building, mining them for materials that they turn into tiny, handcrafted homes. In doing the projects, Kittle promotes a philosophy called Pure Salvage Living which means taking advantage of the existing yet not being used materials. The homes are smartly designed and efficiently build in the factory before being delivered to the client’s site. The homes are also designed to be energy efficient since they rely on natural ventilation and are well insulated. Besides, they can be built off-grid and are portable in case someday the owner wants to move the home.
The clients can choose and pick their own materials from the company warehouse while the construction can take anywhere. The team will need three up to six months to do the project, depending on how busy they are. Well, the following are some sample projects of Texas tiny houses taken from Inhabitat. If you want to find tiny Texas house for sale, you can visit Tiny Texas Houses’ official site.