Movement To Create National Tiny House Building Code Gains Momentum

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November 21, 2016

Photo: Paul VanDerWerf/Creative Commons

Tiny house activists are working on a proposed appendix to the International Residential Codes to essentially make small abodes legal nationwide. The proposed appendix includes tiny-house specific items including square footage, lofts, ladders, and means of egress. A group of tiny-house advocates met recently in Kansas City to discuss standardized codes for tiny houses that could then be adopted by local municipalities.

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