Tiny-home owners truly make Mother Nature smile. Why? For starters, the average home requires 16,000lbs of CO2 for its power, while a tiny home (average size: 186 square feet) takes only 1,144lbs of CO2. But that’s just the start of a long list of environmental benefits of tiny home living. Check out this infographic from Tiny House Build for an eye-opening comparison between the average homes and tiny homes!
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