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Couple curbs winter boredom building Tiny Home

Christine and Jimmy Joyce wanted a project to work on during the winter when business is slower due to bad weather, so they reached out to 84 Lumber to build a Tiny Home.

This Roving model features a modified front porch.

The Roving by Christine and Jimmy Joyce.

They said they may use this to rent as a hunting camp or they plan to sell it out right.

From the barn door to the counter tops, this Tiny Home has a rustic and cozy feel.

Their staff at Certified Safety Products in New York built everything seen here.. They expect to build more Tiny Homes in the future.


Tiny Living by 84 Lumber provides a unique opportunity to live happily with less. We are dedicated to delivering high-quality products while offering value-added packages and services to our customers that promote an excellent quality of life. Our focus is to inspire a spirit of adventure that encourages our buyers to simplify their priorities. We intend to offer a positive environment that promotes the collaboration of interesting, useful and important ideas between our skilled associates.

Tiny Home from 84 Lumber to be Featured on DIY Network Feb. 2

EIGHTY FOUR, Pa. (February 1, 2017)84 Lumber, the nation’s leading privately held supplier of building materials, is proud to announce its tiny house, The Evergreen, will be featured on DIY Network’s “Tiny House, Big Living” tomorrow Thursday, February 2 at 9:30 p.m.

In collaboration with The Creative Animal Foundation, 84 Lumber designed and built a one-of-a kind home for the foundation’s creators, Stephanie Arne and Tim Davison. With a focus on personalization and environmental friendliness, the team developed a finished product that allows Stephanie and Tim to live and travel easily in the Evergreen.

“We’re excited to help introduce The Creative Animal Tour in 2017,” said 84 Lumber’s director of marketing Amy Smiley. “With The Evergreen, Stephanie and Tim have combined convenience, sustainability and most importantly, the feeling of home in their tiny house.”

DIY Network will feature 84 Lumber in the “Tiny Zoo House” episode that is set to air four times in February. To stay updated on The Creative Animal Tour’s journey, which begins in early 2017, visit here.

84 Lumber began manufacturing tiny homes, as part of its Tiny Living offerings, in 2016. Tiny houses offered by the company include The Roving, The Shonsie and The Degsy. Most recently 84 Lumber debuted its fourth model at the 2017 International Builders’ Show, The Countryside.  To learn more about 84 Lumber’s tiny houses please visit here.

 

About 84 Lumber

Founded in 1956, 84 Lumber Company is the nation’s leading privately held supplier of building materials, manufactured components, and industry-leading services for single- and multi-family residences and commercial buildings. 84 Lumber operates more than 250 stores, component manufacturing plants, custom door shops, custom millwork shops, and engineered wood product (EWP) centers in 30 states, representing the top 130 markets in the country. 84 Lumber also offers professional residential and commercial contractors turn-key installed services for a variety of products including framing, insulation, siding, windows, roofing, decking, and drywall. A certified women’s business enterprise owned by Maggie Hardy Magerko, 84 Lumber was named as one of Forbes’ Best Midsize Employers in America 2016 and Forbes’ Largest Private Companies in America 2016. For more information, please visit www.84lumber.com.

Tiny Living by 84 Lumber featured on DIY Network show

Our Tiny Living by 84 Lumber house, The Evergreen.

Tiny Living by 84 Lumber is going to be featured in the DIY Network show, “Tiny House, Big Living!”

We donated the Evergreen model tiny house to Stephanie Arne, host of Wild Kingdom, who started the Creative Animal Foundation. She and her husband, Tim, travel the country in The Evergreen educating people about animals

Tune in to the DIY Network Feb. 2 at 9:30 p.m. to see the custom-built tiny home.

Stephanie and Tim