Frequently Asked Questions
What is the average price of a tiny home per square foot?
A tiny home can vary in cost per square foot depending on the foundation type. Due to current Market rates, we cannot put an exact $ on the square foot cost of a home. National averages are fluctuating constantly. A good place to start is $385 per sf.
What do I need to hook up a tiny home on wheels?
Typically a 4 prong, 50 amp plug is what you will use for a power source. Keep your distance from the power supply as close as possible. Water is connected with a standard hose connection either through a potable water hose or buried water line with proper connections. Sewer can be tied and is just like an RV.
What is an ADU?
An ADU, or an Accessory Dwelling Unit, is a home that is built on your own property, not subdivided and used as a full-time rental or guest house. This home is an accessory to a primary dwelling.
Does a Tiny Home on Wheels have a bathroom?
Yes, a THOW has a bathroom. To save space, there may not be a bathroom vanity or sink.
Can a Tiny Home on Wheels be a permanent residence?
No, a THOW is considered a recreational Park Trailer. The state of North Carolina does not recognize these as permanent dwellings.
Can you get a Tiny House permitted?
Yes, you can permit a tiny house on a foundation. Your home can be as small as 200 square feet with at least 1 room no less than 120 square feet and a minimum ceiling height of 7 feet. All hall ways will be required to be minimum of 36″ and any actual stairs will have to built to code.
How long does a Tiny Home take to build?
With Current delays in materials, timelines are all over the place. Typically, a 400 sf. home on a foundation usually takes approximately 6 months to build after permits are ready. A THOW will take approximately 4 months to build.