New All-Electric Options Now Offered In All Of Company’s Tiny RV Home Designs
Rice Lake, WI – – June 30, 2021 – – Tiny portable home builder, ESCAPE Homes, has introduced all-electric (EV) options for each of its award-wining designs, as consumers continue to seek well-made living spaces that incorporate a small carbon footprint.
“Demand for our tiny portable houses grew exponentially during the pandemic,” says ESCAPE Homes founder, Dan Dobrowolski. “People want to spend more time in safe, functional settings and we’re always looking to innovate and give customers more choices.”
All-electric options include electric water heaters, electric heat and an induction cooktops as well as microwaves and electric stoves that are available in some units. EV models feature a 50a/240v. power system – larger than the normal 30a/120v power system featured in ESCAPE homes. EV power system upgrades start at $3,350.
In addition, ESCAPE has also unveiled a full line of air exchangers that constantly remove air from the homes and brings fresh air in.
They range from a a simple air exchanger, to a heat recovery unit (HRV) to a full energy recovery unit (ERV). Exchanger options run from $900- $1600.
“Every ESCAPE design is built with an emphasis on eco-conscious construction and energy efficiency,” says Dobrowolski. “The new EV & air exchanger options reflect our commitment.”
Other ESCAPE Home innovations include:
ESCAPE Vacations – Travelers can stay in the company’s tiny homes across the country for as little as $66 per night.
ESCAPE Tampa Bay Village – This eco-friendly, minimalist gated tiny home community unveils a multimillion dollar expansion in 2021.
The Ikea Tiny Home Project built by ESCAPE – ESCAPE was selected to design a custom ESCAPE Vista Boho XL, reflecting both company’s commitments to sustainability, affordability and innovation.
ESCAPE is acclaimed, both nationally and internationally, for the design of innovative portable tiny homes that blend the best characteristics of a tiny home and RV and are inspired by the Prairie-style resort cottages at Canoe Bay in northwest Wisconsin.
Canoe Bay owner, Dan Dobrowolski, enlisted the expertise of Frank Lloyd Wright, protege, John Rattenbury, and Kelly Davis (AIA) award winning architect emeritus from SALA Architects in Minneapolis, to design some of the resort cottages. ESCAPE is his realization to bring these architectural gems to the public in a smaller, portable way.
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