Below are some of the most common questions No Boundaries is asked about tiny homes, deconstruction and building using reclaimed materials.
Because each tiny homes we construct at No Boundaries is built from reclaimed materials we've acquired during deconstruction, each is truly one-of-a-kind. Please contact us to schedule a free tiny home consult and we'll be happy to talk price after gathering more information on your tiny home's potential size, layout options, etc..
Hopefully. To find out, check with the city, town, village or municipalities zoning department(s) where you'd like to locate your tiny home to see if they're allowed.
No. All formal quotes for our tiny homes are provided once an initial floor plan is agreed upon by No Boundaries Tiny Homes and the client.
No Boundaries Tiny Homes™ is located in rural Eau Claire, Wisconsin, where we build tiny homes in our workshop/studio (which is also built from mostly reclaimed materials!)
Although No Boundaries Tiny Homes is located in Wisconsin, we sell tiny homes in every U.S. state. We do not sell internationally.
Tiny home delivery logistics and pricing depend on where your tiny home is headed after completion, along with it's finished size. No Boundaries Tiny Homes™ is able to assist with information on shipping and delivery of your new tiny home. All tiny home shipping and delivery arrangements, including all fees, are the sole responsibility of the client.
In it's simplest form, deconstruction is the process of taking a building apart, piece by piece, while carefully trying not to break or harm any of the materials. At No Boundaries, we harvest, cull and harvest deconstructed building materials for use in our future construction projects.
With deconstruction, buildings are meticulously taken down while attempting to save as many materials as possible. As the building comes down, materials are culled, bound and hauled to storage for future use. Demolition utilizes heavy equipment to bring a building down quickly with debris hauled to a landfill or buried on site.
No. No. NO. Although No Boundaries performs deconstruction, not all materials can be saved. Our deconstruction jobs include complete and comprehensive demolition services. Once No Boundaries is finished with your deconstruction project, the site will actually look the same as it would if a traditional demolition company did the job....only we'll have saved trees and landfill space in the process.
Absolutely, because No Boundaries only uses quality, repurposed materials. If we wouldn't put it in our home, we certainly won't put it in yours. Often times the reclaimed lumber we cull is drier, straighter and sturdier than new lumber.
If the materials are in good condition and able to be upcycled for reuse in our future projects, yes. Contact us to discuss what items you'd like to donate. If we aren't able to use your materials, we'll refer you to a home building charity that probably will.