Tiny house company founder believes tiny house trend will last

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A 200-home development in Salida, Colo., will be the largest tiny house community in the country.

March 09, 2016
Tiny house company founder believes tiny house trend will last

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Rod Stambaugh, founder of Sprout Tiny Homes in La Junta, Colo., is preparing to break ground on two tiny house communities in Colorado this summer.

One, a 200-home development in Salida, Colo., will be the largest tiny house community in the country. The homes feature structural insulated panels (SIPs) to make the building process more efficient and improve the final product. Stambaugh is convinced that the popularity of miniature houses will continue and not be just a passing fad.

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