Sustainability of the Tiny Houses

Overall, Tiny Houses are an excellent example of how green energy can be used for sustainable living. Their efficient design and construction make them ideal for eco-friendly living while offering many of the amenities of larger homes.

Ecological footprint

Tiny houses are among the most environmentally friendly and sustainable forms of housing available. They consume significantly fewer resources than conventional houses and therefore have a much smaller ecological footprint. This is because they require less energy for heating or cooling and generally fewer materials for their construction.

In addition, they are designed to be flexible and mobile, meaning they can easily change locations to better meet the needs of their occupants. With these features, Tiny Houses offer an ideal solution for sustainable living that is both environmentally friendly and cost-effective.

Living in a Tiny House is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint

Examples of possible building materials


Natural material

blends fantastically into its surroundings, offering the perfect balance of beauty and sustainability.


JApanic cedar wood

An optimal choice for those who value environmental friendliness, ease of care and style. 


Sheeps wool insulation

Ensures excellent energy efficiency and sustainability, and also provides unbeatable protection against heat loss.

Natural material

Tiny Houses are made from recyclable materials such as natural wood, metal and sustainable composites. This not only reduces the environmental impact of their construction, but also increases their durability. In addition, they often do not require additional energy for heating or cooling, as efficient insulation systems keep temperatures moderate throughout the year.

Japanese cedar wood

Wood is the most climate friendly building material. The use of Japanese cedar is an ideal choice for construction. This sustainable material gives the Tiny Houses a natural look and feel and further reduces environmental impact. Preserved by traditional charring, the wood is naturally refined and made permanently durable - a 500-year-old tradition that ensures an outstanding lifespan for the material, and is free of chemicals and pesticides.


The natural beautiful and timeless elegant wood paneling is coated with environmentally friendly and high quality oils.


With its impressive properties, our Japanese cedar wood siding is an excellent choice for building green Tiny Houses that are both sustainable and stylish.

Model: Seaside

Photos: Uwe Faltermeier, Filter Communication

Sheep wool insulation

When building Tiny Houses, sustainable insulation is becoming increasingly popular. Sheep's wool, for example, is an ideal material for insulating a Tiny Home because of its sustainable properties. Sheep's wool is environmentally friendly, energy efficient and sustainable in many ways, as very little energy is needed to produce the fine fibers used for insulation. 

Not only is the material sustainable, but it also helps regulate temperature in the tiny house by sealing windows and other cracks while allowing air to circulate so the temperature in the house stays comfortable. Sheepskin insulation also has natural moisture-absorbing properties that make it ideal for homes in climates with high humidity. It is becoming an increasingly popular insulation choice in the tiny house community because of its sustainable aspects and efficiency in heating and cooling small spaces.

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