Man & His Friends Buy Tiny House, Place It Inside Bush, Install Solar to Give Them 24/7 Electricity in Video
- A man and his friends found land and bought a wooden tiny house which they placed on it to have a special place they can stay
- To give themselves constant electricity and keep off paying power bills, they installed a solar system
- Many people who reacted to the video of the house said they would love to have the same thing, while some suggested improvements
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A young man and his friends in a TikTok video went to a bush and decided to put a tiny house under a tree. The result was great.
In a TikTok video, after the 12 by 12 tiny house was delivered with a truck, they decided to go off-grid and install a solar system for constant electricity.
Working on the house
To have running water, the man and his pals also had to find a creative way to go about it as they employed a water dispenser.
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As a way to prevent the wood house from getting eaten under, they placed it on a set of blocks to give it a firm footing.
They applied paint to the ceiling to give it a proper house feel. Their solar panels were placed in a direction that makes sunlight reception easier.
Watch the video below:
Below are some of the reactions:
"Love the house and especially the name."
"The only thing I’d do differently is insulting the ceilings."
"Do you think you'll have trouble legally? So many states force you to pay for their electric and water."
The man replied:
"Texas is nice about this. We aren’t hooked up to those things and we are under the sq footage needing any permitting."
"Imagine you and your homies in a little neighborhood like this."
"I really want to do this with my two baby girls but I don't know how to start please help me..."
Man imports house from China
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a man, Zackary South, showed people the alternative route they can take to own a home without having to lay blocks and use cement.
In a video that went viral on TikTok, Zackary revealed he imported a container home from China and it took the order three months to arrive.
When the container got to his place, it turned out to be a 2-bedroom house with a kitchen and bathroom after installation.
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