Tiny Homes Expo are a business that bring showground displays and information stalls about Tiny Homes and Modular building products.
As our Council calls for the NSW Flood Inquiry to increase its terms of reference to include landslips, many people who's homes suffered extreme levels of damage are grappling with what and how to rebuild.
Technology allows us to research far and wide but nothing beats getting the chance to see first hand products and concepts that are unfamiliar. Tiny Homes Expo are holding an expo in Redcliffe, Qld from Friday May 27 - Sunday 29th. Tickets sell out in advance so please secure your ticket asap if you hope to go.
REDCLIFFE Showgrounds - MAY 2022Tiny Homes on Wheels, Modulars, Cabins, Granny Flats, offices, Pods, Domes - Off Grid Products, Rules and regs, products solar, toilets, building ideas - All about tiny home living and how to do it.Fri 27th, Sat 28th, Sun 29th MAYThis popular event has a Staggered Entry System.... You can arrive in the AM between 9am - 1pm for an all day ticket. Of arrive after 1pm for a PM session - open until 5pmNOTE FRIDAY IS OPEN 9 - 3pm - all Friday tickets are now ALL DAY tickets.We HIGHLY recommend viewing FAQS to understand the event,
FAQ's - www.tinyhomesexpo.com.au/faqsTickets: Our last event SOLD OUT in advance... if you buy online and there is a cancellation - We refund.
If the tickets are SOLD OUT - they are sold out! There are no tickets at the gate if we are Sold Out.
Mullum Cares has funding to assist residential property owners who want help rebuilding flood resilient. Click through to register
Flood Resilient Flooring options
Every flooded home owner now knows what flooring was flood resilient and what wasn't. JDA Co, our primary source of information on rebuilding flood resilient, recommend two floor applications: polished concrete and tiles.
Tiles need to be laid with water resistant glues and grout. Mullum Cares is looking for tilers who have capacity to assist locals wanting to replace carpets and retile wet areas to assist the growing list of people signing up to rebuild flood resilient. Please share this call out with any tilers you know might be inspired to be one of the few stepping up to help people stop insurers replacing like-for-like and setting our communities up for future catastrophe.
An amazing offer has been received from a local business to supply natural stone tiles at cost price to flood affected residents in the region. Contact Sherrie Slate & Tiles via her facebook page or contact Sasha at firstname.lastname@example.org if you don't do facebook.
JAKS SLATE 30x30cm x 15mm @ $37m2
SILVER GREY QUARTZ 30x20 or 30x30 x 10mm @ $27m2
BLACK BEAUTY LIMESTONE 30x30 or 40x40 or 50x50 x 15mm @ $31M2 - 60x30 or 60x60 @ $40m2
Facebook resources for sharing flood adaptation information and giving and receiving donations
If you use Facebook here are some pages and groups involved with the community flood response:
Mullum Cares has created a group specifically to share information like this blog post and for community to contribute their ideas and experience of flood resilient building materials and furniture:
If you have donations in great condition Facebook marketplace and these Fb groups are great ways to not just donate the item but also the time and effort required to get a donation from you into the hands of a person in need.
The Library of Stuff is offering FREE memberships to flood impacted locals and are always keen to receive donations of items in great condition that are helpful to people to borrow for a week or two at a time. All info can be found on their website libraryofstuff.org.au or Fb: