Urbana, IA (PRWEB) – January 31, 2013 – Students at HoneyFern School in Marietta, Georgia learn in a progressive, student-centered, project-based curriculum. In an effort to become more independent and create a mortgage-free future for herself, 12-year old Sicily Kolbeck has decided to try her hand at designing and building a tiny house.
Sicily’s mom and HoneyFern’s founder and teacher, Suzannah Kolbeck, was all for the idea. Together they began researching eco-friendly products and building supplies and came across news of EcoFoil’s donation to another tiny house project, chronicled at Tiny r(E)volution.us.
The Kolbecks contacted EcoFoil and the e-commerce retailer supplied double bubble insulation and insulation tape to the project. The products, which are also useful for metal building insulation, were used to line the bottom of the metal trailer which serves as a foundation.
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