Do we offer financing?
No, but financing might be available through other mediums. Please read here.
Do you have any models in stock at your shop?
No. There is usually one to four current builds in different stages that will be viewable, but we are a small outfit and focus mostly on commissioned custom builds.
Can I visit your shop?
Yes, but please contact us to make an appointment.
How do I insure my tiny home?
Please check out the insurance page.
Do you offer internships?
Sometimes, more info here.
Do you build tiny houses on foundations?
No. We are only equipped to handle builds on wheels at our Durango shop location.
What is the biggest tiny house you will build on a trailer?
Typically, 8’x34′ for a bumper pull, 8’x 30’+7′ on a gooseneck. We can build tiny houses up to 12′ wide, but you are responsible for oversize permits and transport.
Do you deliver?
Yes, anywhere in the continental United States. More info here.
Are you RVIA certified?
No. We proudly build Tiny Houses, not RV’s. For more info on this read here. We can have your tiny house NOAH certified, which in our opinion, surpasses the standards set forth by RVIA, and will make it easier to obtain financing and insurance in all 50 states while avoiding the problems of RVIA certification.
Are you NOAH certified?
Yes, please see above.
Do you do slide outs, pop ups, etc?
No. Not only do these contraptions go against our design philosophy of “less is more”, but they add expense and maintenance costs. They also create areas very susceptible to heat loss and water infiltration. That being said, we have done fold down porches and folding roof overhangs as these can be designed and built to not compromise envelope performance.
What do tiny houses cost?
Please visit the pricing page.
Do you sell plans for the 30′ Driftwood House or 32′ Rio Grande gooseneck or…?
Eventually, these will be available for purchase online, but currently they are not. Be patient. We are slammed right now!
What is your Current Waitlist for a build?
Please check the sidebar on the homepage for current lead times. Summer is the busiest season, winter is the slowest.