Our tiny houses are built within approximately 6-8 weeks. We build our own line of tiny house trailers to help with time and costs.
How do I keep my tiny home secure?
Click here for some pertinent tips on how to secure your tiny home. Believe it or not, there are home security systems that can be installed very easily in a tiny home.
Insurance is very new to tiny houses and many insurance companies would insure your home as an RV or travel trailer. However, we have found a great resource to research this topic here.
Yes! We've partnered with one of the best solar companies of Southern California to get your tiny house equipped with solar electric at an affordable price. Composting toilets and solar allow our tiny houses to work most efficiently off the grid.
We also recommend and install propane tanks to offset your solar power consumption. The only utility you will need to have in your tiny house is water. We will discuss many different options with you, including solutions for water, during your free consultation.
Can a family live in a tiny house?
Of course! We encourage families to consider tiny living. Many families have accepted the challenge and love it!
Tiny homes on trailers cannot exceed 8’5” wide, and 13’6” tall. The length of your tiny home cannot exceed 40’ long.
How do I heat and cool a tiny house?
You can heat and cool a tiny house very easily. We can install a ductless air conditioner and heater unit, but our homes come already equipped with a nice ceiling fan, plenty of windows and two wall heaters.
The composting toilet we like to use for our tiny homes is the Sun Mar Excel.
“The Excel is the best-selling unit in North America and for good reason. It is a high capacity Bio-drum toilet that is very simple to operate, features well proven technology and is extremely reliable. The Excel was the first ever self-contained composting toilet to be certified by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF).” Read more here.
Grey water is the water that comes from the sinks and shower. Our tiny houses come with a hose run-off feature to empty the grey water away from your house. Other options are to add a holding tank or dig a soak pit and hook up the hose run-off fitting accordingly.
There is no sewage in our tiny homes as we use composting toilets. We highly recommend going this route because it eliminates the need for plumbing and a sewer hookup; and composting toilets save water. The compositing toilet we recommend is very convenient and easy to use.
It does not smell and it requires very little maintenance. We prefer this over traditional toilets, even in traditional homes!
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