TruForm Tiny actually started in 1978. Owner Jon Carroll and his family lived in a handmade tiny house travel trailer while working for the Hoedads Reforestation Cooperative. Now the family-run business designs and builds tiny houses with various floor plans that are RVIA certified.
TruForm Tiny is a family run design and build business.
TruForm Tiny builds travel trailers with home building materials that are highly customized. The company has a Gold Certification for LEED homes and are certified passive house builders.
The TruForm homes come in two models with various floor plan options.
TruForm currently has two different models to choose from: Payette and Kootenay. With these two models, various floor plans and lengths are available. You can choose from 20, 24 and 28 feet long as well as add-ons like a seating nook or downstairs sleeping area.
Both models offer a loft accessed by ladders or stairs.
A downstairs sleeping or reading nook is an optional add-on.
Three exteriors are also available. The Urban exterior has a mixture of metal and wood with contemporary lighting, the Cottage exterior has an all wood exterior with more classic trim and lighting, and the Country exterior has various colors with contrasting trim.
The bathrooms and kitchens can be customized by each buyer.
Check out that handy work platform under the loft stairs.
Their website enables buyers to start customizing their own home right away. You can choose your exterior style, roofing, doors, windows and skylights, wall finishes, flooring, cabinets, kitchen appliances, and even a power package. Each of the models can have standard all electric or an upgraded electric/propane combination. A solar add-on is also available. In addition, the homes can be delivered within the continental U.S. or the owner can pick up their new home.
Depending on the features you choose, prices will range from around $60,000 to $80,000.