Hey tiny house fans,
We have been talking with Paul about this October's rocket innovator event in Montana.
Ernie and I were thinking about what to teach.
Between the Ants' innovative shelters, the skiddable guest cabins, and the 'movement' including TV audiences, there might be a lot of interest in how to heat tiny houses in colder climates.
Strategies for smaller or portable spaces are different from site-built homes, and so are the heating needs.
Last year's innovator event produced several small, clean-burning heaters that would be fun to share.
We'd also like to discuss solar heating, climate-conscious design, and effective weatherization for tiny houses both portable and site-built.
I think we could do a good mix of basics, hands-on practice, and resources for designers in a 2-day course.
- Would this be interesting? (upvote this post)
- What specific content would be most exciting to see?
- What would make a sexy title for this course?
(Please post one suggestion per post, so we can upvote exciting suggestions below.)
I am in the process of moving into my tiny house. As of now I am heating with a small propane heater. I have tons of questions about building a rocket mass heater.
We would love to talk to you and Ernie about coming to Denver to do a workshop in the very near future. This could be a practice event for your workshop in Montana.
Could you please contact me about this please.Thank you!I have all of your books and videos but this is a total change from those stoves.
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