Homebuilder in Wisconsin builds tiny house for Harvey victims

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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