Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Why not buy an RV?

RV's are great for what they are designed for. The problem with living in a RV full time is that they are poorly insulated and are very expensive to heat and cool. Tiny Houses are built and framed just like a single family home, with the ability to be tow able. Plus, you have that single family home feel when living in a tiny house verses the tin can feel. 

When purchasing an RV you get to choose from their inventory and that's what you get. Here at Tiny House Building Company, You get to design and choose the materials that go into your tiny home. Everything is customized to fit your style and preference.

So, Which would you choose? 
Contact us Today! 

Tiny House Building Company, LLC
2706 Lafayette Boulevard
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
Office: (540)322-0355

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Frequently asked questions

Here are some of the questions we have been asked and the 

answers to those questions.

How long will the tires last on my tiny house?

The life of tires is about 4 years. Some think tires wear out only through usage, but tires degrade over time even when not used. To get the longest life from your times, you can jack the tiny house up, level it and secure it, remove the tires, and store them somewhere cool, dark and dry. You can also cover your tires.

Do the homes need any special procedure to move/tow?

As long as you meet road requirements you can move your house without any permits or special requirements.

Can a Tiny House be financed? 
If you get an RV certification for your tiny home it’s easier to get financing as long as your credit is good. Other options include saving up for it cash, using your credit cards, selling some of your unwanted stuff, or working extra hard to raise the money.
* We offer financing through People's Community Bank. Our main point of contact at the bank is Jenny Books, She can be reached at (540)371-6889

How is sewage handled?

You can have composting toilets or a dry flush toilet. Another way to do it is to build the home just like an RV with holding tanks.

Please comment below with questions you want answers to and we will answer those questions in another blog post. For more information on our tiny houses please visit our website at or give our office a call at (540)322-0355
Thank you!

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Tiny House VA

Smaller homes are less expensive than larger ones in terms of taxes and building, heating, maintenance, and repair costs. 

In addition to costing less, small houses encourage a less cluttered and simpler lifestyle.

Most people utilize dual purpose features and multi-functional furniture by incorporating technological advances of space saving equipment and appliances.

Vertical space optimization is also a common feature of Tiny Houses.