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Tartu, Estonia – “Tiny houses” are all the rage in Europe and the United States, and one Estonian manufacturer is now offering what the people want.

Hansa Wood’s (www.hansawood.eu) ultra-stylish garden summer houses were developed to match the high demands of consumers who want to live a modern lifestyle, without the high cost that’s often associated with building. With Hansa Wood’s cost-effective production process, consumers can now have those high demands met.

The prefabricated wooden buildings, designed as summer houses, offices, or garden apartments are produced from high-quality Nordic spruce or pine. They’re shipped as prefabricated kits, making their installation as easy as possible for the layperson. For the company, the next step is to offer them to the widest market possible.

“Our new stylish houses are already available via a few selected distributors in the U.K. and Germany, and the first feedback was extremely positive. We have also seen a lot of interest from the U.S.A. Our summer houses will become more massively available in the European market in spring 2016 and we expect to hit the U.S. market before the end of the year,” says Aivar Alle, Hansa Wood’s CEO.

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About Hansa Wood:

Located in Estonia, Hansa Wood is a trusted European manufacturer and supplier of high-quality wooden garden buildings. The company’s wide assortment of products all come at a reasonable cost, making them an attractive choice for consumers wishing to build a garden building with modern design.

Media Contact
Company Name: Hansa Wood Export Ltd.
Contact Person: Aivar Alle
Email: contact@hansawood.eu
Phone: +37256983650
Address:Laulupeo 9-7
City: Tartu
Country: Estonia
Website: http://www.hansawood.eu/

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