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Tiny House Builder List (Confirmed Businesses)

Companies that build and/or design tiny houses are listed alphabetically within region. This list is not all inclusive, but tries to offer experienced professionals who create tiny houses that don’t look like standard mobile homes or sheds. In addition, we’ve listed a few companies that build whimsical structures.

Kits and shells: Many companies offer partially built tiny houses on wheels that you can finish yourself. Here’s a list: tiny house kits and tiny house shells.

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Reference Notations
1 Offers financing. If your tiny house will be Recreational Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) certified, you may be able to get traditional RV financing.
2 ADA Compliant Builder. Great for handicapped persons looking to live in a tiny home.
3 Builders who are certified (either through the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association or an authorized independent inspection company like Pacific West Associates) as meeting the standards in NFPA 1192 (regular RVs) or A119.5 (park model RVs). Certification is helpful if you want to live in an RV park and/or obtain financing and insurance. However, RVs are not intended as permanent homes.
FREE Designers who offer some free tiny house plans.

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  • Green Magic Homes (Based in Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    Manufactured in Cancun, Mexico & distributes worldwide)
  • JPW, Jetson Wood (Tainan City, Taiwan)
  • Pod Idladla (South Africa)
  • Skeleton Hut (Kanagawa-ken, Japan)

Whimsical Structures

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Disclaimer: Always research each company or person before making a commitment. Just like in general construction, there are unscrupulous tiny house builders. Be sure to ask any potential builder for photos of previous builds or design plans to view. Check for a history of complaints at the Better Business Bureau, read reviews, ask for references, and request a written contract and warranty before making a commitment. (Please Note: The BBB charges a fee for accreditation therefore some businesses may not join and will have “This business is not BBB accredited.” displayed.) We are not liable for faulty information. By using links from this page, you agree not to hold Tiny House Community liable.

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Stephanie McQueen
Stephanie McQueen
Stephanie is the content curator and resource hoarder of all things tiny houses. She believes everyone can live a sustainable lifestyle, no matter the size of your house. Connect with Stephanie through LinkedIn or her done-for-you branding agency, Employed By Life Online.
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