The Tumbleweed Tiny House Company specializes in designing and building small portable houses that can be transported by truck. The company can provide homes that are already built or sell materials and instructions for assembly. The small buildings can also be installed on a property permanently.
Tumbleweed manufactures homes in four models. The Elm 18 Equator is both beautiful and functional. It includes a custom arched window above the door and optional dormers in the loft to add space, light, and a cross breeze. The building also includes a full porch and lancet windows for charm and elegance. The Elm offers 163 square feet of usable space and sleeps three.
The Cypress 18 Equator provides 176 square feet of usable space and also sleeps three. It includes a corner porch and more interior space than other models. It is also popular for its recessed porch and hipped roof.
The Linden 20 Equator offers 177 square feet of usable space and sleeps three. It features an open great room designed for small gatherings or meetings. The roof has two dormers to allow more light in and to give additional space. The sleeping options include a downstairs bedroom and a loft with more head space than other models. The full porch offers space for outdoor seating.
The Mica 20 Clear is crafted with hot rolled weathering steel siding for a unique appearance. This one-level design includes a full-sized bedroom, separate kitchen and bathroom, and open views. The bedroom includes built-in shelves and closet space above the foot and head of the bed. The Mica offers 172 square feet of usable space and sleeps two.
Tumbleweed offers many other choices. Kitchens can include cook-tops or full stoves. The portable buildings have conventional RV utility hookups with a variety of options for electricity, heating, and plumbing.
The tiny homes have built-on wheels that can be covered when parked. The homes do not require special permits for towing.