Keven and Heather Fritz have always been passionate about intentional living. What started as life on an upcycled city bus before moving into a garden suite loft has now turned into a fully-fledged business building tiny homes.
Kevin is a craftsman with years of experience in high-end custom home designing and building, while Heather is vice-chair of Tiny Home Alliance Canada. They both gave up their jobs to focus on tiny home living full-time on a hobby farm with their four children. This allows them to practice what they preach while building tiny homes for their customers under the business Fritz Tiny Homes.
PinTheir very first tiny home to show people what they were capable of was a 268-square-foot home in black standing-seam metal with aluminum and a wood-style look. It came with a price tag of $160,000 and many high-end and unique features.
PinThe first house from Fritz Tiny Homes is a 24-foot modern build with metal siding, windows, and beautiful roof lines for aesthetic appeal. These roof lines also allowed the tiny home to be divided into three sections. The metal siding with wood texturing meant it could withstand the elements, and the nine windows with a full glass door allow for plenty of natural light.
PinTemperature regulation is a critical consideration in any tiny home from Fritz Tiny Homes. Their model has two Ember Infrared heated mirrors produced by Warmly Yours. These operate on a thermostat and are the home’s primary heat source. One is in the bathroom, and the other is above the sofa in the living space.
PinThe kitchen is the heart of any home, and that’s undoubtedly true in this tiny home. It features a full-size kitchen with flat white cabinets, storage in the toe-kick areas, stainless-steel appliances, butcher block countertops, and an eating bar. It’s also hard not to notice the stunning Baltic birch wall panel ceiling cladding complete with timber beam features and LED lighting.