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Movable housing

Stationary housing is problematic for many reasons, and this applies not only to Southeast Asia where Wigwam homes are built.

Stationary housing is awkward because you are taking hostage by your environment and your neighbours. And stationary housing curtails your liberty.

We all know stories of neighbors being each others worst enemies.

And if a new factory blows their stink towards you every night, or a railway line shakes the ground, you will likely kind yourself rather powerless.

Not talking about political turmoil or violent crime creeping up on a quarter.

Sometimes it is best to just go somewhere else. If you can.

To be able to follow this sound advice, avoid buying land. Rent land and park movable housing units there.

Or, if there are budget restraints, consider living full-time in a motorhome.


Also:

  • Truck-mounted units

  • Stand-alone units

  • Units combined as house

  • Dimension and frame

  • Furnishings

  • Climate and windows

  • Floors, walls, roof

  • Toilets, bathrooms

  • Electric system

  • Prices

  • Delivery and transport

  • Building permits

  • Sleeping comfortably

  • Freedom housing

  • Better than high-tech

  • No compromise

  • The engineering of love, revisited

  • Your motorhome and your sex life

  • Tropical redwood

  • Factory photos

  • Other Thai wood houses

  • PT Wigwam Motorhome

  • Pengesahan Hukum PT Wigwam Motorhome


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