How do you build your tiny homes for the homeless?

Our tiny homes are built to last 20 years.  They are wood frame construction, fully insulated, painted, and roofed with standard asphalt shingles.  They also have Pergo flooring, two operable windows, and a locking front door for residents’ privacy and security.  Our homes are built on a jig system which are basically very large templates, that allow even those with no construction experience to build one.  Plans for our entire construction system, including architectural drawing for the jigs, materials lists, cut lists, and assembly steps are available for free to any nonprofit or government agency that would like them.  Email to inquire.