Raising the roof

This tiny home, now parked at Leadville’s RV Corral, boasts seven-foot ceilings on both levels. Built by Pop Top Tiny Homes, it has a top level that can be lowered for travel and then raised once it is in place. George Hazim, who designed the home, said it also has a full walk-in closet beneath the bed. A outdoor  storage area has been designed to assist with aerodynamics when the home is being moved.  Pop Top Tiny Homes, which is located in Atlanta, supports disabled veterans through Project Welcome Home, Hazim said.

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