Tag Archives: Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

The Pequod by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

Meet the Pequod, our most elegant and complex build to date. This is a larger tiny house that we built for a family of four currently residing in Indiana. At 26′ long, this house weighs 11,500# dry and maxes out at 8′-6″ wide and 13′-6″ tall. It uses a drop axle trailer chassis that makes […]

Front Range by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

To begin with the nitty gritty, we start with a custom made 18′ trailer. The shell structure utilizes SIP’s (structural insulated panels) for greater insulation and strength. The door and windows are reclaimed along with the metal siding band that encompasses the entire girth. The lower wainscot is cedar lap siding while the upper band is […]

Custom Gooseneck Tiny House

…He and his wife Krissy were interested in having me build a tiny house for their young family to live in so they could simplify life, pay off their debt quicker, and start saving up for their ultimate dream of buying a sailboat and sailing ’round the world. With a toddler, a dog, and a […]

Giant Tiny House

For those who like the thought of living in a compact space but don’t want to get too cramped, the Custom 30 Foot House by Colorado-based Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses may be of interest. Built for a family of three, it boasts more space and home comforts than one might expect from a towable tiny […]

Custom 30 Foot House

A family of three contacted me in late Spring this year to discuss having me build their dream home. The program requirements were pretty grand: 30 feet or longer, two lofts, a bedroom, a murphy bed, full size appliances, a full size tub/shower, stairs, A/C, LOTS of storage, an electic mix of gingerbread traditional, and […]

Boulder Tiny House …and it’s for sale!

The house features a standard 7′-6″ wide footprint on a 16′ trailer. It has two axles with electric brakes rated at 3500# each. The dry weight as shown is 4,800 lbs. The roof design is a simple shed roof at a 2.75 on 12 pitch. The slope was derived on keeping the front end low […]