Gallery: We Talk With Tracen Gardner of Reclaimed Space About Prefab Bu...


How are you able to keep the homes affordable?

Tracen Gardner: Um, by not eating. [laughs] No, we’re all in it because it is an artisan thing that we’re doing, and we all recognize that we’re going to have to grow this business together to be able to get ahead in today’s economy. You can’t just come in and expect to make six figures after the first year at a job. You have to come in and make sure it’s a good fit. And so far, it is. Just tell 20 of your closest friends about us, and that will help.

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  1. refp12 November 17, 2011 at 4:57 pm

    hey first time on here but my family lost everthing in katrina now still on the fight after all this time , a wounderfull man owner finaced a 13acr for us but no water, septic nothin but clear land well we both on disability now we have taken apart an old home and now tryin to do another my husband is real ill do u have any sugg on how i might be able to get help with well septic
    i just want him to have a real home again we had all the insurance did it all right but still no home ,for once I want to prove to him its still possible thanks

  2. Niki at myscandinavianh... October 16, 2011 at 4:33 am

    Thank you for sharing this interesting post. I live in a carbon neutral area in Sweden and am fascinated by this type of work. Best of luck!

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