Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, however it’s important to note that the trailer itself is fixed and cannot be removed from the base of the home.
Even if you remove the wheels, your tiny home is still legally considered a caravan. So if you want to move the home at any point without the wheels attached, you’ll need to apply for an unregistered vehicle permit.
Yes they can. Tiny homes are becoming a popular option for people looking for a granny flat as they don’t require council approval. Our models can be customized to better suits the needs of your relatives and to cater to different levels of mobility. For example, our larger sized homes can have the bed, living area and kitchen all located on the one level rather than having the bed up on a loft which means there’s no need to climb up stairs or a ladder. We can make further customisations such as including wider door frames, no lips at doors for door tracks and a ramp up to the external door in order to accomodate wheelchairs/mobility aids.
This depends on the specific model of tiny home and any customisations that are made to the design. Our models range from 3 – 4.5 tonnes with an allowance for around 500kg for bedding, furniture and possessions if towing.
Absolutely. We can custom design something for you from scratch. Or you can make alterations to any of our existing models to better suit your needs. Just get in touch with us today to arrange a consultation.
We have a state of the art factory in Rocklea where all our tiny homes are assembled at.
Yes, all our tiny home models include wall and ceiling insulation (with floor insulation as an option) to help keep you cool in summer and warm in winter.
Our tiny homes come complete with standard flushing toilets which are ready for your local plumber to connect to an existing mains or septic sewer system.
If you are planning to take your tiny home travelling, or you’d like to have the option to move it around on your property, you can upgrade to a composting toilet for an additional cost.
Much like your average caravan, our tiny homes can connect to a water source via a garden hose.
If you’d like to take your tiny home off the grid, or you’d like to have the option to move it around on your property, rain water tanks can be purchased for an additional cost.
Much like your average caravan, our tiny homes can connect to a power source via an electrical lead. Mains power is 15amps which is suitable for running appliances – fridge, TV etc.
If you’d like to take your tiny home off the grid, or you’d like to have the option to move it around on your property, solar panels and battery packages can be purchased for an additional cost.