Updated: Aug 28, 2018
By Scott Dye
For Immediate Release
For more information contact: Sanctuary Project Manager Phone: (407) 308-5163 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TINY HOMES DONE DIFFERENTLY
Take a look at the housing market today and you are sure to find countless stories related to tiny houses. What was once considered a passing fad and only for a small segment of the population, is quickly becoming a mainstream movement. Tiny house companies, just like the miniature homes they manufacture, have distinct differences though. Sanctuary Tiny Homes, in DeBary, Florida is a perfect example. The family-owned Volusia County company, has a unique policy of people over profits. For every tiny home sold, 10% of their profits are donated to Nurturing Hope for the Nations, an organization that provides daily food and education to children living in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya, one of the most densely populated slums in the world.
“We don’t have a typical “business mindset”,” said Cathy Griffiths, owner of Sanctuary. “We believe our tiny homes can benefit people all over the world.”
The appeal of “going tiny” can vary depending on the individual, but many are drawn to the homes from a desire for affordable housing, to downsize in retirement, or to create more life balance. Sanctuary recognizes these different motivations, so it builds one-of-a-kind tiny homes for each customer. These customizations also apply to style preferences. Last summer, the company was featured on the DIY Network for a mid-century modern style build. The home, named Tiny Lucy, and its eclectic furnishings, drew rave reviews and has since aired on HGTV.
Sanctuary, with 75 years of construction experience, takes great pride in building. To do so, they team with the National Organization of Alternative Housing (NOAH), an industry-leading certifier, to ensure the highest standard of quality for every home. The company also takes environmental stewardship seriously, by providing a project manager trained in sustainability from Harvard University.
Needless to say, this tiny home company is determined to change the industry in a big way. For more information or to schedule a consultation please visit their website at sanctuarytinyhomes.com.