Choosing the Right Truck for your Tiny House
All of our tiny houses on wheels are able to be towed; however, if you will be moving around regularly and do not have a truck with a large towing capacity, we recommend purchasing a tiny house under 26 feet long. This is due to the towing capacity of most trucks.
The weight of B&B Tiny Houses depends on the size and materials used. A vinyl-sided 20′ Hoosic weighs around 9400 pounds, while a solid wood clapboard-sided 20′ Hoosic weighs around 10,000 pounds. The 20′ Brodie Office/Studio with T-111 siding weighs the least of everything we’ve weighed so far, at 8,000 pounds, and the 30′ Stony Ledge with solid wood clapboard siding comes in at around 14,000 pounds.
As a general rule, our tiny houses weigh between 400-500 pounds per foot, so to determine the weight multiply the number of feet by 400 and 500 to give you an estimate.
Pictured: The Arcadia Tiny House
Our tiny houses are deliverable anywhere in the United States, so if you plan on staying in only one spot, then you do not need to ever worry about towing your tiny house.
We tow our tiny houses that are under 24 feet with a Chevy Silverado 2500. For larger tiny houses, we hire a professional shipping company. As always, our customers are welcome to pick up their tiny house at out manufacturing plant. If you are looking for trucks with large towing capacities, then check out this article on the trucks with the highest towing capacity.
Smaller Tiny Houses for Those on the Move
All of the houses below allow you to customize the interior and exterior finishes to your choosing.
The 20′ Brodie
Perfect For: a mobile office, art studio, backyard guest house, mobile clinic
Features: The Brodie can be used as an office, guest house, and much more. The Brodie features an electric in-wall heating system, half-bath with a dry-flush toilet and sink, storage and countertop space, and a freshwater tank and water heater.
Base Price: $39,000
The Hudson 20′
Perfect For: a weekend getaway for 1-2 people, guest house, rental property
Features: Enter the Hudson into a small sitting area. A queen size bed with nightstands is to the left on the same level. To the right is a kitchen, with a sink, mini-fridge, cabinets, shelving, and a two-burner cooktop. Through the kitchen is a full bathroom, with a macerating toilet, sink, and shower.
Base Price: $39,000
Perfect For: full time luxury living, sleeps up to four people,
Features: The kitchen boasts premium fixtures and appliances, including poured-in-place sealed concrete countertops, a three-burner propane stove and oven, a range hood, and under-counter refrigerator and freezer drawers. The sofa slides out on rails to convert into a full-size guest bed, allowing the house to sleep four. The bathroom has a rain shower head, subway tiles in the full-size shower, a macerating toilet, and a porcelain hand washing sink. The loft fits a queen-sized bed with a little extra floor space. The loft has 360 degree views with windows on all sides, plus skylights. An optional built-in Bluetooth audio system connects to your smartphone.
Base Price: $59,000