Thursday, March 5, 2009

Tiny Houses Do A Body Good

LULING, Texas (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Living in a teeny tiny house could do wonders for the world – and the body.

Brad Kattel, owner of Tiny Texas Houses, constructs homes no bigger than 600 square feet for buyers looking to cut down on their living expenses.

Kattel says that his wee homes provide the ultimate green living because they’re made out of 99 percent salvaged material, and are guaranteed to stay strong for 150 years.

Not only are the itty bitty abodes good for Mother Earth, Kattel says they are good for the body.

He explains, “We use no pesticides or chemicals so it you’d be living in a pure environment. These homes are good for the immune system.”

Kattel assures the small space is actually beneficial because it allows you to easily find the person you live with.

He hopes to one day create a Tiny Texas village on the grounds of his property where families could live happily, or move away with their tiny homes in tow.

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