One of the biggest questions asked by aspiring tiny housers is where can I live in my tiny house? The short answer: anywhere you can park a travel trailer, you can park one of our tiny houses. The Dallas - Fort Worth Metroplex has many RV parks within its borders or within an hour of downtown. You can also lease or buy a parcel of land outside of city incorporated areas. Unincorporated land is plentiful within an hours drive from the major business centers. Here is a short list of some of RV parks in the area, there are many more:
No, we are NOAH certified. NOAH certification is geared specifically to tiny house construction. You can find more info on their website: www.NOAHcertified.org
We do plan to become RVIA certified at some point. And our tiny houses are built to comply with RVIA standards.
Upon construction completion, our tiny houses are registered and tagged as a road legal travel trailer with the State of Texas. They do not require a permit to be moved.
The prices vary widely depending size, design, customization, and level of finish out. We have shells available starting at $23,999 and completed models starting at $50,000. Contact us and we'll be glad to discuss your project with you!
Yes, We currently offer 2 financing options through Light Stream and South Star Bank. You can get more information and apply online by clicking on our financing tab.
YES! Contact us to let us know what you have in mind. We will be glad to discuss your project with you!
We currently offer 4 size houses, 8' x 20', 24', 28', and 32', with several floor plans to choose from.
Typically a tiny house built using standard housing 2x4 construction weighs around 400 - 500 lbs. per linear foot. So a 24' house will most likely weigh between 9,600 - 12,000 lbs. However with our fiberglass SIP's (Structural Insulated Panels) construction, our 24' model weighs between 6,000-7,000 lbs fully loaded. Which means you don't need as big of a vehicle to tow your house and you save money on fuel when towing your home.
We recommend that you first check the towing capacity of your vehicle to see how much weight it can handle. With that in mind a standard pickup like an F150 or C1500 might be able to pull a 16' trailer but it would have a hard time pulling a 20 footer, even if it says it can handle the towing capacity. Don't forget, these things have a lot of surface area and therefore wind resistance. We recommend you use a 3/4 ton truck (F250, C2500, or the equivalent) to pull our 24' houses. You'll probably want to upgrade to a 1 ton truck (F350, C3500, or equivalent) for the 32' models.
Yes. We will deliver, park and level your tiny house for free to anywhere within 75 miles of downtown Dallas. We will deliver anywhere beyond the DFW metroplex for a fee of $2/ mile beyond the 75 mile radius. Utility hook-up service is not provided. If you need utilities run to your location, we can help you find a contractor to get the job done.
Our standard models are designed to be 100% grid-tied. They come standard with 50-Amp RV power connection, city water connection, and RV sewer line connection. Off-grid options such as water holding tanks and solar power are available for an additional price.
You can see the home we currently have on hand by appointment. Email us to set up a time.
Check our events page for upcoming showings for our display models.