Homebuilder in Wisconsin builds tiny house for Hurricane Harvey victims

Saturday, September 30, 2017
Homebuilder in Wisconsin builds tiny house for Harvey victims
Brian Berg says this home will hopefully house a family who lost everything during Harvey.

WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wisconsin -- There are no good deeds too small after a disaster, and that includes what Brian Berg wants to do for a family in Houston.

Berg, a native of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, builds houses for a living.

After seeing the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey in our area, the 34-year-old decided to build a house for someone in need, WAOW-TV reports.

At 16-feet-long, eight-feet wide, and nearly 14-feet tall, the house is small, but it works with wiring, insulation and cabinets.

Berg said he plans on delivering the home soon, and is hoping to find a family in Houston displaced by the storm who could use a roof over their heads.

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