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Tumbleweed Tiny House Trailer: Designed Specifically To Improve Your Tiny House Build

tiny-house-trailer-slide-06Introducing our latest innovation! The Tumbleweed Tiny House Trailer! Designed specifically for tiny houses on wheels.

Over the winter we’ve been asking our fans a lot of questions, wanting to know how we can improve your building projects. You’ve told us the most frustrating part of building a tiny house on wheels is finding an appropriate, usable trailer. First locating one, then negotiating a reasonable price and cutting and welding it to size. All this effort can be time-consuming and exhausting. And after all that, you may or may not have a trailer that meets the strict requirements necessary to carry a house on wheels. So we decided we should help you with this laborious process—we developed the Tumbleweed Tiny House Trailer!

The Tumbleweed Tiny House Trailer—designed specifically for tiny houses on wheels!

Made in the US, our quality-built tiny house trailer comes standard with brakes, lights, underside flashing and radial tires. These tires are a significant upgrade from tires usually found on utility trailers and one we feel is extremely important. The tiny house trailer is also available in sizes of 14 ft, 18ft and 20 ft. offering Full Porch, Corner Porch or No Porch and creates a perfect foundation for your home.

And when it comes to attaching your house to the tiny house trailer the techniques have improved greatly. We’ve taken advantage of the latest technology and added threaded galvanized rods which serve as anchor bolts to attach your framing to. Heavy-duty, they are made to withstand major wind-drafting when driving on the open road—after all, you don’t want to lose you house!

Additionally the tiny house trailer allows for an increase of 3.5″ headroom in the house interior. The trailers surface is flat so there’s no need to build up the sub-floor prior to framing—something you cannot achieve on any other regular trailer.

To learn more and purchase your very own Tumbleweed Trailer, click here

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  • Peter Cook

    If you weld a car jack to each of the four corners of the trailer, and you own a power drill, you can use the drill to raise and lower the jacks quickly and easily when you need to move your home or otherwise adjust the level of your home. I saw it once on a conventional motorhome a few weeks ago. It seemed ingenious.

  • Jay Creighton

    Brilliant! Add that to the list of things I wish I’d thought of…

  • Caitlin Queitzsch

    I have a few questions that the information sheet doesn’t answer: What does it weigh, and what is its weight capacity? What is the width of the trailer? How high does it sit off the ground? In other words, what are the maximum dimensions to which we could build our tiny house?
    Thanks!

    • Lis Boriss

      I would also like to know this, as I’m currently tweaking my own Tiny House design and would like to know how high I can go with it. It’s hard to budget for a certain ceiling height without knowing just how many inches the trailer is adding!

  • http://www.facebook.com/johannah.manning Johannah Frenchik

    Hi! This is for the bumper sticker:
    Tiny
    Unique
    Mobile
    Big
    Little
    Eensy
    Weensy
    Eco
    Earthy
    Dwelling

    Thanks! ;)

  • ferrelljennifer

    I have been fortunate enough to attend the Nashville workshop. After hearing Meg talk a bit more in depth about the trailer, specifically the engineering and construction it totally makes sense to buy a Tumbleweed Trailer! It’s a better quality – period! My time is valuable. Having the ability to buy the best specialized trailer (foundation) for my tiny home without having to spend a bunch of money and a good week+ altering one is a huge benefit! My goodness it has built in levels! How cool is that! And to quote Deek while building your Tumbleweed “Level It Everyday” because it’s kinda important ;)
    Thank you for designing it!!!
    Kindest regards,
    Jennifer

  • deborah

    How do I prepare a traditional trailer, not the newly designed trailer? How do I remove the unnecessary parts? Do I cut them off? or whack them off? Thanks

  • Steven Charles

    What is this new an improved trailer costlng to purchase? Considering buying several for my village motel if they are reasonably priced.

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