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This tiny house blog is a source of income for myself and Brian. You, as our wonderful and respected readers, may come across affiliate links or endorsements of products that we’ve used along our journey. When clicking on these links and advertisements that we have incorporated into our blog, we may gain a small profit but it will be at NO cost to you. We will only promote products and services that we have purchased and used, so that we can provide to our readers a personal and experienced testimonial. We find it important to ONLY provide information that we believe will be beneficial to you.
Our readers are our number one focus and we would never lead you astray just to make a profit. While we take the time to research, purchase, and test products and methods of construction, we will post information and possibly make a small compensation for that time and effort. We will be diligent in noting which posts contain affiliate content so that our readers are aware of the links included.
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