Husband and wife duo, Grace and Corbett Lunsford, built an educational tiny house on wheels, dubbed TinyLab, that they’re taking on a U.S. tour. Their mission is simple: to revolutionize the home market by teaching consumers and contractors to use scientific testing to prove the work gets done to quality standards. TinyLab is the high performing tiny house on wheels you haven’t seen in person until now, and the Lunsfords are bringing it to Atlanta January 21-28!
The “Proof Is Possible” building performance workshop tour demonstrates best practices produce verified results. TinyLab has built in sensors to demonstrate performance, and explains how to get your contractors to use best practices in your remodeling projects to deliver proven, verified results. The Lunsfords constructed it using green materials and some of the superior home performance aspects include:
- zero-VOC materials to minimize harmful contaminants
- durable structural framework to withstand harsh traveling conditions
- advanced framing techniques and the latest efficient sealing and insulation materials for comfort control
- and balanced and intelligent air ventilation to track indoor humidity and test air pressure/flow
Proof Is Possible will roll into Atlantic Station, off the central park, on January 21 for a full week of events. The TinyLab will be open for free lunch and after-work tours (noon-1pm and 5-6pm) plus a free Home Performance Crash Course workshop for homeowners on Thursday, January 26. Other workshops include an Advanced Techniques for Performance Testing on Friday and on Saturday, Engineer/Build a High Performance Tiny House and Tiny House Atlanta Meetup. RSVP and learn more at www.ProofisPossible.com and click on Atlanta or visit Tiny House Atlanta’s Meetup Page.
Currently, Southface is working with Tiny House Atlanta and the American Tiny House Association to pave the way for Tiny Housing solutions in the region. Learn how you can help support our work to make Tiny Houses a possibility in Atlanta.