Tiny House Factory

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All year living

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Only sustainable materials


Low CO2 footprint

In our Tiny houses we use as much natural materials as possible, and for insulation we use wood, wood fibre and wood fibre boards.

The carbon footprint of wood fibre wool, also known as cellulose insulation, is relatively low compared to other insulation materials.

The main source of CO2 emissions associated with wood fibre wool comes from the energy used to produce and transport it. The production of wood fibre wool is a relatively simple process that involves grinding wood into small fibers and then mixing those fibers with a binder to form insulation.

Wood is obtained from managed forests, the carbon footprint is minimal as the trees absorb CO2 as they grow, and the forest also acts as a carbon sink.


Overall, the carbon footprint of wood fibre wool is relatively low, and it can be a good option for insulation in terms of sustainability, as long as the wood is sustainably sourced and the transportation is kept to a minimum.

The process of ordering a tiny house can vary, but generally, it follows these steps:


Research: Research different tiny house builders and styles to find the one that best meets your needs and budget.

Green life for a greener future and environment is our motto. As we acknowledge the footprint we leave on our planet and as we feel the responsibility for sustaining friendship with nature, we have created houses in which you could feel the comfort of the 21st century, at the same time knowing that by choosing our product you have taken care of the environment.

Our goal is to build houses leaving as little waste as possible and trying to reduce the use of plastic, artificial materials to the maximum, as the utilization or recycling of those would be expensive or near impossible.

In our construction technology we follow the path of nature that embodies techniques that are not new, but over hundreds of ages have proven to be reliable. Such values, together with updated material standards of our century and the compact design, provide that the future maintenance will be cheap and come with ease.

Tiny House Factory houses are built using only natural materials – wood and other products made out of it, for example, CE wood for the main construction, cellulose heat insulation and wood fiber as both – heat insulator and provider of inner microclimate.

For the outside of the house we use a facade that ventilates, and for the finish (siding) we use wood, metal, and fibre cement board, and we are always open to new innovative, but natural materials.

Inside finish is made out of wood, fibre cement board and clay in all the different natural tones that do not ask for additional painting and, at the same time, provides exceptional humidity regulation, heat accumulation and later – release, and the last but not least – clay does not attract dust and smells.

By choosing our houses, you reduce the effect each person has on the environment and provide a better future for your kids and.

Green life for a greener future and environment!

Tiny House Factory

There are several advantages to living in a tiny house, including:


 Living off-grid allows you to be self-sufficient and not dependent on public utility networks.

Cost savings

Not having to pay for utilities can save you a significant amount of money in the long run.


Tiny houses can be built on wheels, making them easy to move to different locations.


Tiny houses often prioritize simplicity and minimalism, which can lead to a more stress-free and organized lifestyle.


Tiny houses can be customized to fit the needs and preferences of the homeowner.

Low maintenance

Tiny houses require less cleaning and maintenance than traditional houses.


 Tiny houses can be used for a variety of purposes, such as a permanent residence, vacation home, rental property, or workspace.

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Tiny House Factory
Gustava Zemgala gatve 77,
Riga, LV-1039

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