Fred Schultz has designed, built and lived in an off-grid, fossil-fuel-free tiny house with his wife Shannon and their daughter. He’s taken his years of experience and knowledge and turned them into an affordable online course called “How to Build a Tiny House.” This self-paced course teaches students how to select the right trailer, build their tiny house with sustainable technology and how to negotiate local regulations in Australia. Tiny houses are growing in popularity among homeowners. On average, they only cost between $20,000 to $50,000 and are designed to have a smaller environmental footprint. Learn more at tinyhouseuniversity.com/au.
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CASTLEMAINE, Australia — 2 April 2020 — As real estate costs skyrocket worldwide, more people are deciding to build tiny houses to save money and have a smaller environmental footprint.
The question for many builders is how do you build a tiny home? Fred’s Tiny Houses teaches DIYers to build safe, well designed tiny houses on wheels. Their seven-hour online course, “How to Build a Tiny House,” covers everything you need to know about how to build a tiny house in Australia.
“I first developed these workshops in 2016 to share what I’ve learned over a decade of building tiny houses,” said Fred Schultz, founder of Fred’s Tiny Houses. “When people ask me about what goes into building a tiny house, I tell them to sign up for my workshop to save themselves years of research and expensive mistakes.”
The self-paced course includes handy summaries, downloadable documents, fun quizzes, and reference links. It’s also available as a resource for you to reference over and over again while building your house.
Students in the course learn how to select the right trailer, how to build a tiny house with off-grid technology like solar panels or composting toilets, and finally how to negotiate local regulations.
Tiny houses are growing in popularity among younger people, especially Millennials. They’re choosing these types of homes because the cost is only $20,000 to $50,000 each and the design is meant to be environmentally sustainable.
Owners of a tiny house can live anywhere. Building the house on a trailer means they can relocate to any part of the country or the world. It gives them the kind of freedom they couldn’t find in a traditional home.
Visit tinyhouseuniversity.com/au to learn more about tiny houses and sign up for Fred’s online workshop. Follow Fred’s Tiny Houses on Instagram and Facebook to see finished products from previous students.
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ABOUT FRED’S TINY HOUSES: Fred Schultz has designed, built and lived in an off-grid, fossil-fuel-free tiny house with his wife Shannon and their daughter. Inspired to share it all, Fred founded Fred’s Tiny Houses where he teaches DIYers how to build safe, well designed tiny houses on wheels; manufacture tiny house trailers; build tiny houses for other people and advocate for the legalization of tiny house living across all levels of government in Australia. He is an innovator, thought leader and expert on all tiny house issues in Australia.
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