Stage 1: Base stage

This is the start of your project and includes working out your design specifications and building the trailer ready for your tiny house build.

Stage 2: Frame stage

This is when the skeleton of your house is built on top of the trailer base. It includes the internal and external support structures, walls, roof frame, sheeting, insulation as well as conduits for electrical and plumbing.

Stage 3: Lockup stage

At this point we can literally start locking up the tiny house because your windows, doors and remaining walls are installed.

It is also safe for plumbers, electricians, cabinet makers and other tradesman to begin fitting out the tiny house.  At this point your tiny home starts to take its shape.

Stage 4: Fit-out stage

Plumbing, electrical (including lights and power-points) and other fixtures and fittings are installed, such as internal cladding, cornices, architraves, flooring, cabinets and shelving, kitchen, bathroom, vanity, mirrors, tiling, etc.

Stage 5: Completion stage

This is basically where all painting, installations and final touches have been completed and you are ready to move in.

We can take the hassle and stress out of sourcing your own finance by connecting you with finance brokers who specialize in this domain.

You generally have 3 options when financing a tiny house: A Secured RV loan, an Unsecured Personal loan, or using Equity from your existing House Mortgage. Your personal credit rating and history will determine the type of finance and interest rate you can get from the banks.

Secured RV/Caravan Loan

Since our tiny homes are classed as Caravans and are issued with a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), RV loans could help you with funding. Secured loans tend to have lower interest rates than unsecured personal loans.

Unsecured Personal Loan

If you’re eligible your bank might allow you to take out an unsecured personal loan. You can typically use this loan for any legitimate purpose and don’t have to put up collateral.

Equity from Mortgage

If you are a home owner and have adequate equity in your property, you can unlock your excess equity by taking out a line of credit. That way, you’ll have ready access to funds and can use what you need, when you need it. Alternatively, if you already have a redraw facility, then you can simply draw from your surplus.



Our Tiny Homes are classed as Caravans and we recommend you insure it accordingly before transporting it.

Choosing Tiny over Traditional isn’t just about financial freedom.