Save time and money by buying a trailer specifically designed for your tiny house. Tiny Home Builders trailers are designed by people that build tiny houses, and we have taken every step to make that job as fast, safe, and as easy as possible.
Our tiny house trailers are designed with safety in mind. The last thing you want to do is build your house on a trailer that is either undersized or that does not allow for the house to be securely attached to it. Our trailers are built to the heavy-duty standards that tiny houses require and allow for the maximum number of connection points between the house and the trailer, ensuring that the two stay safely bonded together for the life of your home.
Our trailers come ready to build on, requiring none of the prep that normally needs to be done on a standard equipment trailer. Best of all, they don’t cost any more than an equipment trailer. Simply stated, our trailers are the best trailer to build a tiny house on.
A steel flange welded to the sides provides the perfect place to attach your tiny house to the trailer. It also reduces the amount that the house overhangs the sides of the trailer.
Tandem 5200 lbs. (10,000 GVW) on our 12'-20' trailers, tandem 7000 lbs. (14,000 GVW) on our 24' trailers, and triple 7000 lbs. (21,000 GVW) on our longer trailers are more than enough for most tiny houses.
These tires are designed to carry a heavy load, so they hold up well under the strain of moving a tiny house.
When you're towing a tiny house down the road during the day, getting attention isn't usually that hard. For night though, we've included running lights.
Electric brakes on both axles as well as an emergency breakaway kit ensure that you'll be able to stop your house when needed.
Fenders that aren't curved are much easier to cut and trim around, which saves you time.
Safety chains ensure your trailer and vehicle are never apart during transport.
No dovetail or side walls means a flat foundation for your house. No welding required.
Two steel beams replace the wood decking. This provides another secure surface to attach your house to while reducing the total weight of the trailer.
Our trailers conform to all applicable safety standards, have a VIN, and are ready to be tagged.
|Standard Deck Width(to edges of flanges)||90" (7' 6")||Extended Deck Width(to edges of flanges)||Up to 102" (8' 6") 120" (10') available at some locations|
|Deck Height||24" (2')*||Tongue Length||Minimum 4'|
In addition to our standard Tiny House Bumper-Pull Trailer design, we build many alternative and custom designs including Tiny House Gooseneck Trailers, Tiny House Deckover Trailers, and Container Home Trailers. If you are looking for a custom design or have specific requirements, please specify those when requesting your quote.
*Optional drop axles reduce the deck height approximately 3-4 inches and the distance between the fenders approximately 4 inches. Deck height can also be reduced approximately 2-3 inches under the load of a completed house. 7000# axles add 2-3 inches to the deck height.
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“ If you are considering a Tiny House, you should definitely look into this company for a trailer. The customer service has been excellent and upon receiving the trailer, I am very pleased with the craftsmanship that went into it. All around pleasure to deal with. Now it's time to build a structure to match the quality of the foundation. Thank you for the great trailer and experience. Jeff K - Facebook Comment
“ Your guys knowledge and support has been priceless! Before I went with you I spoke to a couple different trailer companies, one of which couldn’t even give me a clear answer as to how to attach my house to the trailer. In hindsight, I’m so thankful I found you. Becky C - Ogden, UT