Thursday, March 10, 2011
Outdoors is for living too !
4:50 pm est
In America there exists the tradition of Thoreau's Walden, the tiny cottage in the wilderness where natural surroundings
become part of the living space. It is now 12 years since presenting a paper to the Hearth Products Association on "Outdoor
Living Spaces ~ Remodeling your Abode" yet the concept holds more firepower today than ever. The earth and environment
need to be embraced as part of a home, a well rounded life, and a sanctuary of personal freedom. The earth bermed designs
we embrace fully capture the warmth of the soil, the composure of a well landscaped site, and the hearty fulfillment
of moving closer to nature. Think not of compacting your possessions, but of possessing all that surrounds you in living
smaller in an American Micro Homes building.
|Small homes have been the staple of America for 300 years !
Finding the right home for your life can be a challenge. New constuction offerings are generally in the 2,300
s.f. size. We believe a wonderful lifestye can be achieved with a significant reduction in square footage. At American
Micro Homes we can guide you through each step of the process and help you craft a home that’s right for you.
We are currently in prototype construction of a 650 s.f home in central New York. Testing and feedback are both
positive and this model will be offered in 2011 for delivery.
Representatives are being aligned in various states at
- Unsurpassed knowledge of the home performance.
- Time tested building systems and solutions
- Fully licensed
- Membership in the National Association of Home Builders.
- Strong relationships with
local and national vendors
- Knowledge of available financing
- Team concept of serving clients
with American Micro Homes ensures that your building solutions will be handled professionally.
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