No Boundaries Tiny Homes, an Eau Claire, Wisconsin based, tiny home building business, is announcing the completion of its latest tiny home “The Tiny Timber,” featuring interior coverage built from reclaimed materials acquired through architectural salvage.
This unique tiny home features ceiling coverage, custom window trim and custom carpentered shelving units built using reclaimed bleachers from the “old gym” of the Eleva-Strum High School, with some sections of bleachers dating back to the 1960’s.
The tiny home’s kitchen utilizes reclaimed cabinets from a home on Eau Claire’s Eastside Hill, where No Boundaries completed a kitchen renovation earlier in the year. The tiny home’s first floor is exclusively with reclaimed gym floor from Spring Valley High School in Spring Valley, Wisconsin. The floor was deconstructed, installed, sanded and finished by the No Boundaries team.
Reclaimed lumber in this tiny home represents 1,850 board feet of lumber, which equates to the 5 living trees being saved. Prep and install of reclaimed materials versus ready-to-install store bought materials also created approximately 120 hours of labor and wages for the local economy.
The completed tiny home will be delivered to Tiny Timbers Agrihood, a new tiny home community in St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin, where it will be permanent residence for a family of three. CLICK HERE TO OPEN THE DOOR TO A BIG WORLD OF TINY HOMES.