They are also known as park models because we build them to fit the recreational park trailer code. Yes, this is a tiny home, but it also carries the designation of a recreational park trailer (RPT) from HUD.
What are the building standards of your tiny homes?admin2022-01-06T05:55:17+00:00
They are built according to ANSI 119.5 Recreational Park Trailer Standards. All park models are required to have a rough framing / mechanical, electrical & plumbing (MEP) rough-in inspection and a final inspection completed by Washington State Labor & Industries. After passing the final inspection, we receive an insignia sticker which is placed on the home.
How many tiny homes have we built?admin2022-01-06T05:55:17+00:00
Each site will have its own constraints due to the bearing capacity of the soil, and in some instances the frost line will also play a factor. We recommend that you contact a local Geotech and/or structural engineer for foundation requirements.
What are the dimensions of your tiny homes?admin2022-01-06T05:55:31+00:00
Our models are not perfect rectangles, but the base of each unit is approximately 13’ x 32’ or 15’ x 34’ with roof overhangs. A front deck would be in addition to these numbers. The height, which is the maximum height we can build to, is 15’-9”.
Are they made to move?admin2022-01-06T05:55:17+00:00
Our tiny homes come with a vehicle certificate of origin. We provide this certification along with other documents the owner needs to submit to their local Auditor’s Office in order to receive their title.
Can you customize a tiny home plan for a community or campground?admin2022-01-06T05:55:17+00:00
Yes. If you are a community operator, please contact us to discuss park model customization for your community. This is how we got our start building tiny homes—check out Wildwood Lakefront Cottages, our first resort partnership: wildwoodlakefrontcottages.com.
Do you provide a warranty?admin2022-01-06T05:55:17+00:00