Tiny homes make great sense in sub-tropical locations but can be tricky to implement in areas that have brutal winters, so the Minimaliste 'Laurier' has been designed as a unit that will handle any cold climate. Suitable for handling temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit, the tiny home features underfloor heating that is propane-powered in order to make it self-sufficient at all times of the year. This comes as a different approach from the electric units that the company traditionally makes and was created to satisfy the needs of a client who wanted to remain off-grid in North Carolina.
The Minimaliste 'Laurier' tiny home is fully featured with ample living space, a full kitchen as well as a composting toilet.
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