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  • 'Tiny home' for SC flood victims getting decked out

    The nearly complete home being built by Bluffton-based Brighton Builders has extras like wood floors and beams, and is equipped with the same high-end windows the company uses in its custom homes. The tiny home will be donated, within a couple weeks, to a yet-to-be selected family in the Manning area, company owner Ben Kennedy said. He added that once the home is donated, Brighton Builders plans to build and donate another tiny home to a South Carolina family.

'Tiny home' for SC flood victims getting decked out

The nearly complete home being built by Bluffton-based Brighton Builders has extras like wood floors and beams, and is equipped with the same high-end windows the company uses in its custom homes. The tiny home will be donated, within a couple weeks, to a yet-to-be selected family in the Manning area, company owner Ben Kennedy said. He added that once the home is donated, Brighton Builders plans to build and donate another tiny home to a South Carolina family.
Josh Mitelman jmitelman@islandpacket.com