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Tiny House: Choose autonomy and gain freedom!

Reducing environmental impact is at the heart of Quadrapol’s approach. We are a wooden house builder, driven by the preservation of nature and sustainable development.

So, for several years now, we’ve been developing self-sufficient water and energy systems to consume less and better. Consuming the necessary resources, and no more, is one more gesture that contributes to protecting the planet.

Self-sufficiency is also the ideal solution for setting up your little wooden house on land not connected to the grid. At last, you can set up your self-contained Lodge or Tiny House in the environment you’ve always dreamed of.

With these two observations in mind, we’ve come up with two offers: the energy autonomy option and the water autonomy option.

Autonomy: Quadrapol's offers

The climate (rainfall and sunshine) in the region where your nano-home will be built, theuse you intend to make of it and the features you wish to add mean that every project for a self-sufficient little wooden house is different.

In order to offer you tailor-made autonomy solutions, we invite you to contact us so that we can discuss your needs and choose the most appropriate solutions for your project.

For a first approach, and to help you move forward with your independent living project, you’ll find below our independent living solutions (indicative prices may vary according to the needs of each project).

Energy self-sufficient, from €8,520

The Energy Autonomy option is made up of a set of separable options. Installation is carried out in our workshop.

Photovoltaic system comprising 3 solar panels, 1 lithium battery and inverter, with an initial output of 1 kW, €8,520 incl. VAT. Depending on your consumption requirements, the system can go up to over 2 KW, thanks to the addition of extra panels. The photovoltaic kit powers your home’s sockets, lighting and refrigerator.

Gas supply for 2-burner hob and water heater, from €2,300 incl. VAT.

Heating by wood, gas or pellet stove .

To find out more about how our energy autonomy solutions work, please contact us for a precise, detailed quote with solutions tailored to your consumption needs.

Water self-sufficient, from €5,460

Quadrapol offers you a complete, fully autonomous water management system. Thanks to rainwater harvesting, filtering and storage, you can envisage new installation possibilities for your Tiny House or Lodge.

The system consists of a set of solutions installed by our craftsmen:

Rainwater harvesting with gutters

UV filters for water treatment

– 350-litre storage tank, mounted on the Tiny House drawbar for easy mobility

– The unit can be powered from an external source

Each standard Tiny House comes with a dry toilet. To find out more about how to use them, take a look at our article dedicated to this little eco-friendly corner!

Would you like more details on how our water autonomy solution works? You can contact us to define an appropriate solution for all possibilities (Mobility; Agricultural land…).

Autonomous tiny house: carbon neutrality and respect for the environment

A tiny house, chalet or garden studio that is self-sufficient in energy and water is an environmentally-friendly habitat.

At Quadrapol, we offer a range of solutions to enable your home to operate with complete or partial autonomy. To find out more, visit our Autonomy page.

Designing tomorrow's ecological, sustainable and responsible wooden homes

A wooden house is a truly ecological home. In fact, by choosing wood, you considerably reduce CO2 emissions. This makes you carbon neutral.

Opting for a nano-dwelling or small wooden house means living in an optimized space with less floor space than a traditional house. This allows you to significantly reduce your consumption and expenses.

The quality of our ecological homes means you benefit from optimum heat and sound insulation. We select our materials with care. The structural wood is KVH. The cladding and panelling are made from FSC and PEFC-certified natural wood species.

We insulate our small wooden houses with wood wool or Steico mineral wool. Waterproofing is ensured by a German-made Dörken rainscreen and vapour barrier. All these quality materials contribute fully to the creation of a sustainable, responsible and comfortable structure.

A self-sufficient ecological home

Of course, a healthy, well-insulated home is essential if you want to reduce energy consumption, heat your home without wasting energy, and use just the right amount of energy. We build our ecological homes with these criteria in mind.

Our tiny houses and other nano-dwellings are perfectly suited to the installation of self-sufficiency solutions. The latter can be partial or complete.

In fact, by combining wood and autonomy, you can adjust your water and energy consumption. This means you use only the resources you need, which is good for the planet and good for your wallet!

Tiny house and self-contained garden studio: an adaptable offering

Whether your project is a Tiny House in Brittany, a Fisherman’s Cabin in Provence, a log home in the Alps or a garden house studio in the Paris region, we can offer you self-sufficiency solutions to suit your needs and budget.

Every project is different. Its location, your consumption and the equipment you wish to install in your wooden home are all decisive factors in your project. Of course, we have to take into account the climate and location of your tiny house, studio or lodge as part of your self-sufficiency project.

Are you planning a stand-alone Tiny house?

Contact us on 04 65 68 09 17, and we’ll be happy to discuss your project for a self-contained tiny house, garden studio or wooden chalet.

More information about your stand-alone Tiny House project?

We also invite you to visit our blog. We cover topics such as nano-housing choices, autonomy and appropriate design solutions.

You can also find out more about our energy and water self-sufficient versions in our article ”
Stand-alone Tiny House: which options to choose?
” .

Finally, you can find out more about types of habitat and locations in our article ” Nano-housing: 5 frequently asked questions “.