Why buy from us?
We guarantee that you won’t find a tiny house shell with better airtight construction than ours. We implement airtight construction methods at EVERY stage of your tiny house shell build.
Laser Straight Walls
We use either wood or steel frame construction, and guarantee that your Tiny House will be square and straight. This will ensure that you have no problems finishing your tiny home!
We don’t put your tiny house shell on a “trailer” – we put it on the best tiny house FOUNDATION, and it’s guaranteed for life.
We have base models you can choose from, but we will customize any tiny house shell build to your needs and wishes and ensure that build is done to proper building and safety codes!
We're a small family-owned builder in the Denver, Colorado area. We take residential building codes and scale them down to make you the best tiny house shell that you can find. We build with wood, or steel to make a tiny house that will suit your needs. As experts in framing, alternative energy systems and tiny home design, we guarantee you will be happy with your build, and warranty our build!
Advanced Framing & Construction Methods
Solar, Wind & Rain Collection
Taking your design and making it road-worthy
The most critical of all skills
Have you heard enough about tiny house insulation? Never! We’re Building Science Geeks. We’re constantly searching for ways to improve the tiny house shells we build for our customers. When it comes to insulating your tiny home, there are two major mistake people make when it comes to insulation. 1 – It’s a small space! Read more about Two Tiny House Insulation Mistakes[…]
We frequently get requests to build tiny house shells with a slide-out. Slide-outs add some critical square footage to such a small living space, so we understand the desire! Here are three things to think about before deciding if you want a slide-out, or not! Water penetration into your Tiny Home No matter what you Read more about Three reasons to stay away from Slide-Outs![…]
We’ve been a part of almost a dozen home shows and tiny house events. One of the questions we get asked a lot is…. What’s the difference between a Tiny house and a RV? There are some pro’s and con’s to both. This article may make it seem like we’re bias towards tiny houses. We Read more about Three Differences between a Tiny House and RV[…]
Choosing a skylight for your tiny house isn’t as easy as you might think! Here’s how to choose a skylight for your tiny house! 1. Width When selecting the size of a skylight, there are a few things you need to consider. First, most roof framing is 24″ on-center. This means that there is 22 Read more about Choose a Skylight for your Tiny House![…]
When it comes down to framing your tiny house, there are generally three options (Minus cardboard – and yes, that’s a real thing – look it up!). Standard Wood Framing Structurally Insulated Panels (AKA – SIPs) Steel What should you choose? Each has their pro’s and con’s. Let’s check them out! Standard Wood Framing (2×4 Read more about Framing your Tiny House – Wood Studs, SIPs and Steel, Oh My![…]
We will be showing a Tiny House Shell at the 2016 Tiny House Jamboree from August 5-7th! We’ll also be bringing our “homemade” expandable solar generator. Expect great discount on our custom Tiny House Shells, and our unique hands-on workshops! Get your tickets here! Did you attend last year’s Tiny House Jamboree? What did you Read more about We’ll be at the 2016 Tiny House Jamboree![…]
The last thing you want for your beautiful tiny home, is to finish it and find out it weighs too much for your trailer. Overloading your trailer capacity can be dangerous, on top of potentially damaging to your tiny home foundation. Here can be some of the dangers or issues of an overloaded trailer: 1. Read more about Beware of trailer weight ratings for your tiny house![…]
When building anything, the end result will only be as good as the foundation it was built on. Nothing can be more true and crucial for a tiny home. Some people decide to build their tiny homes on a solid foundation, or skids, but most will end up building on a trailer for various Read more about Tiny House Foundation and Subfloor[…]
1. Remember to be road legal. You want to be sure that the end result of your tiny house build is one that you can legally tow down the road without incurring any trouble or extra costs on the way. This means you should be no more than 8’6″ wide, and 13’6″ tall from the Read more about Planning your tiny house build – 5 things to think about[…]
Towing your Tiny House Tiny homes can be heavy. Depending on the length and trailer type (Standard flatbed vs Gooseneck) your tiny home can range from 6000-18000 pounds! Buying the right truck can be a seemingly daunting task. Hopefully, we can help you find your way to the right vehicle to move your beautiful home Read more about Choose a Truck to Tow Your Tiny Home![…]