FAQs

What are tiny houses on wheels? Tiny house on wheels are small houses traditionally built houses mounted on trailers.

Where can you park a tiny house? There are several options on locations to park a tiny house including rural land, a back yard, or an RV/Mobile home park.

How does a tiny house get and connect to utilities?

Most tiny houses are just hooked up to standard utilities. In some cases people place their homes where utilities are not provided so their houses need to be 'off grid'. Sometimes it is a combination of the two.

Standard

  • Water : RV white hose hooked up to an outdoor faucet.
  • Power: Heavy duty extension cord.
  • Sewer: Hooked up to city sewer or septic.
  • Internet and Cable: Standard cable provided by a service provider.

Off Grid

  • Water: Tanks supplied by bringing water in or rain water collection.
  • Power: Solar or wind (DC power stored in battery banks, then converted to AC as needed).
  • Sewer: Container toilet (with onsite composting) with grey water draining to flower bed or portable collection tanks.
  • Internet and Cable: Wireless and/or satellite.

How much does it cost to build a tiny house?


Material costs vary based on your location, but but on average costs are around $16,000 including the trailer. This can be effected by several thousand dollars by choices of windows, siding, and flooring, etc.