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Tiny Houses

Home ownership means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. The current Tiny House movement is an example of more and more people wanting a simpler way of living, without the high cost. A tiny house can be your permanent home, or a retreat from the urban sprawl.

If you're thinking of building a tiny house, there are many things to consider. Selecting a final location, size and type of trailer, desired square footage of living space, sewage management, and fresh water supply... Just to name a few of the basic considerations.

Beyond that, you'll want your new tiny home to be customized to your own personal style, with all the special details that make it unique to you. From using recovered and repurposed materials, to arrangement of sleeping lofts or bunks, to lighting and plumbing fixtures, the list goes on and on. With limited space, it can be a creative challenge to include everything you have on your tiny house wishlist. Many people get very close to achieving their goal of tiny house living, only to get lost in the decision-making and give up their dream. Please don't let this happen to you!

If you have your heart and mind set on making the move to a tiny house, or having one ready for the weekends at a special getaway location, then give us a call to talk it over. Keep in mind that we will be building a custom tiny house for you, with all of the same processes of any custom project. We don't offer a "product line" of tiny homes to choose from. We will be creating your new home after learning your wants and needs. Nothing about what we do is "manufactured".

We love the creative process, and we love working with creative people to realize their dreams. But the process can't get started until you make contact with us to talk about your goals. Call us, or use the form on our Contact page. You can also chat live with us when we are available (below right), or leave a message when we aren't. We look forward to hearing from you!

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