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With wildfires changing into an each extra frequent prevalence, it’s essential for us to begin occupied with hearth resistance when designing our houses. The tiny home motion has been an amazing alternative for innovation and experimentation. On this video, we go to the tiny home of an Australian builder, Tom and his tiny home on wheels which has been designed to be proof against forest fires.
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Tom’s tiny home is positioned in Kinglake, simply outdoors of Melbourne, Australia. In 2009, Kinglake was engulfed by a few of the worst forest fires in Australian historical past, claiming the lives of 180 folks and an incredible quantity of harm to property. The land the place his tiny home is parked continues to be scared from the flames of these tragic fires.
Impressed to seek out higher options for constructing, Tom has explored numerous methods of constructing his unimaginable off the grid, photo voltaic passive tiny home proof against fires. This contains design components in addition to intelligent materials decisions. In the event you’re contemplating constructing a tiny house (or any house for that matter) in an space susceptible to wildfires, there are many nice ideas so that you can think about on this video.
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