Tiny homes of the Triangle, Raleigh NC

While working on a set of gas logs I got a interesting question from homeowner.  I was asked what are good forms of heat for off grid homes.

Well the question was coming from Rob Litteral one of the owners/builders of tiny homes of the triangle, a up and coming tiny home builder in the area. He was saying he’s working along with new home builders in Geelong on a house for client and wanted to set up a tiny house on property her daughter and son in law own and wanted to be “off grid”.

We talked about the different LP gas system but the issue of interior moisture when the appliance operates was an issue.  The homes are pretty well insulated with R19 walls, real plywood on roof with metal and wood bead board on interior as well..exterior is cypress? wood boards which also add to R value. The windows are a high quality and help with ventilation and light.

 

 check them out at tinyhomesofthetriangle.com or on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/triangletiny

when you see one in person you will be amazed at the quality and workman ship of the home.

Rob can be reached at 919-785-8939 or rob@tinyhomesofthetriangle.com  tell him Carl at Chimney Keepers sent ya.

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  • Passing the Hat

    From


    Karen and Carl Newton

    To


    Sarah and Will Gilfillan

    Owning and operating Chimney Keepers for 27 years has been a very rewarding experience, and we have enjoyed the relationships we have built with our customers. We are now starting a new chapter and are selling the business to one of our Technicians. Though we will miss the many relationships and friendships we have built over the years, Karen and I are looking forward to traveling full time in our Airstream as we explore the nooks and crannies of North America.

    We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to Will and Sarah Gilfillan, who will be taking over Chimney Keepers as of March 30, 2020. Rest assured, Will has been well trained (by Carl!) and is very competent, with nearly four years of experience in the gas log/fireplace/ chimney service industry and over ten years as a firefighter. Sarah, the Office Manager/wife is a fast learner, and will do wonders in assisting you with scheduling appointments and answering questions. It was important to us to find a good fit for our customers, and we feel confident that you will find Will and Sarah to be knowledgeable and a pleasure to work with.

    Thank you for your business over the years. It was my distinct pleasure to have been of service to you, and I wish you continued success and prosperity in the years to come.

    Sincerely, Karen and Carl Newton

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