AsA reality series about a couple of experts who travel across the globe. the nation to help families build their dream small quarters, ‘Tiny House Nation’ is as gripping as it is entertaining. AfterIt covers every stage of the entire process. the process — whether it be planning, construction, interior designing, or the culminating emotional reveal — to yield a complete picture in every single installment. So now that it’s been a while since this production first landed on our screens, let’s find out more about its two hosts as well as a few of the houses we’ve seen along theWe shall go this way.
WhereIs John Weisbarth Now?
John Weisbarth’s first brush with the world of repair, renovation, and restoration was when he was a mere child owing to his father’s profession as a handyman, which sparked his interest as well. HeSo he decided to work with him for years, developing incredible skills and an unquestionably friendly attitude, which enabled him to exceed every expectation.
From ‘The Treasure’ to ‘Mission: Irreparable’ and from ‘Unplugged Nation’ to ‘Roadstead Nation,’ JohnHe has appeared in or produced many films/television shows. theThe past three decades. That’s why it’s no surprise that both his quick-wit as well as ambitiousness have helped him bag a total of seven regional Emmy AwardsAll are current as of the writing theWhile encouraging him to pursue other ventures.
ComingHis current standing the San DiegoThe host is based in Los Angeles and has been surfing, golfing, playing soccer, or making good use his online platform as an actor. HisThe most recent project was actually the self-explanatory Covid CocktailsWith John Weisbarth on YouTube. HisBut, your role as a husband-father is not the only one. theHis most important aspect of life.
WhereIs Zack Giffin Now?
If there’s only one word we can use to describe Zack Giffin, it’s passionate, something that his hosting and continued advocacy for the Tiny House MovementMake it perfectly obvious. The professional skier/contractor is reportedly so devoted to bringing about positive changes through this setup that he leads by example — he has built a tiny mobile ski home for himself, which he moves from one place to another each winter.
As if that’s not enough, theA carpentry expert can even be a Ski AmbassadorFor Seattle-based Outdoor ResearchAs well as the Vice PresidentThis is the Tiny Home Industry Association. FurthermoreApart from being a public speaker and adventurer, husband, father, and dog dad, he also offers tiny home-building workshops to veterans through his website. Operation Tiny Home, a non-profit national organization.
Rocky Mountain Mansion
After a wildfire destroyed married couple Kristin MoellerAnd David Cottrell’s Conifer, ColoradoThey rebuilt their home in 2012 onA smaller but equally extravagant scale. ThusTheir 500-square-foot mountaintop mansion, which literally opens onto the outdoors, was built. theAmazingly beautiful RockiesAs seen in season 1, episode 5 of this reality show.
HoweverConnectivity issues resulting from theThe repositioning and destruction of cell towers had an adverse effect on their livelihoods theA couple was forced to leave. February 2015. KristinAnd DavidSince then, we have settled in theCity of Salida, but because they couldn’t bear to do away with their tiny quarters, they now rent it as a quiet recreational or writer’s retreat.
In the mid-2010s, Jared LoganAnd Vanessa WesleyIn going small with, I took a leap in faith theHopes that their new home can still accommodate their passion for cooking and baking. the outdoors. TheyAssist contractor Charles BrzezinskiFor theThat resulted in a cabin of approximately 280 square footage that was both comfortable and accessible. Season 3 episode 11 profiles it.
Yet theA couple quickly came forward to make accusations CharlesReview of brutal unprofessionalism onA consumer website claimed that the worker was not only unqualified but also unprofessional. In response, he denied these allegations before filing a civil lawsuit against them for tarnishing his reputation and negatively affecting his construction/remodeling business. CharlesMore than $1 million in damages was sought, theRemoval of the review, but it doesn’t look like it worked out. WhileHis business is still running. theIt is still possible to review, and it even seems like theA couple continues to live in a tiny home. California.
Music City Tiny Home
WhenAspiring musicians BenHis wife RebecahTheir growing family decided to move from the United States. Los AngelesTo NashvilleThey also decided to go small for their careers. The result? This home is nearly 400 square feet and was transformed from a trailer that measured 40 feet by 10 feet in width. ItsIt looked grand, it was upscale and it was classic.
Unfortunately, the RichardsTheir contractor later forced the family to move out Mike Bedsole due to unexpected financial issues, and that’s when it came to light he’d registered theTrailer under his name. The couple even alleged Mike had skipped town with their home, leaving them with no choice but to take legal action (they’d created a GoFundMe page to raise money for the same). Although, we should mention that it doesn’t appear as if theMatters were ever taken to court. Mike’s business is still operational. On theOther than that, theFamilies are living in a standard home once again.
Additionally, the 230 square feet “Travel Well House” or Notarosa Tiny HouseIn Knoxville, TennesseThis episode (20 of season 3) was sold for $51,000 in 2020. But it’s unclear who theThis 2-bed, 1-bath cabin is now available for new owners.
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