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Sing RV the Affordable Tiny House

There has been a lot of discussion on the Small House Society Yahoo list lately about the Sing RV Rent to Own mini park model built in McCleary, Washington. I decided to get in touch with Sing RV and learn more about this product. I have been talking to Peter Sing and his Sales Director Jason Vaughn and have discovered a very affordable option for a tiny home.

Sing RV Mini Park Model

The Sing RV is built using the Sing honeycomb product designed by Sing. The Sing honeycomb panels are made with patented Sing honeycomb core which is a low cost, high strength, lightweight panel. These panels can be made into any type of structure you can imagine.

Sing sells the mini park models assembled and as a panel kit. Assembled, the 8 x 14 foot mini park model is $7,000.00, on wheels it is $8,500.00. The kit is about a third of the cost. They also offer a Rent to Own option, but you need to discuss this with them to get the full details.

Sing also has another option of building with their special logs. I will share this option with you in another post.

Go to the Sing RV website to see these homes under construction and how easy it is to build a unique home with them.

Sing RV Interior Windows

Sing RV Interior View

Sing RV Interior View

Sing RV on the Road

Sing RV on the Road

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L Spain - November 5, 2008 Reply

I think these tiny houses are really cute and would make a great getaway cabin. There are so many space saving techniques and technologies now that living in a little space might be easier than most people think.

Here are a few ideas that I had for downsizing into a tiny space:

Greg M - November 7, 2008 Reply

Very cool panel technology. And so cheap!

Carey Huffman - December 9, 2008 Reply


Did you ever do another story on the “building with logs” option? Also, does the pre-built on axle come with a registration tab or is is up to the buyer to register it?


Sing Log Cabin - January 1, 2009 Reply

[…] an earlier post we looked at the SingRV, their portable tiny home. In this post I want to show you Sing’s Log Cabin. Sing logs are […]

Sarah - May 13, 2009 Reply

I just looked all over this website, and could only find the special wood for sale; not any kits, plans, or tiny houses for sale or rent. Please check the link, and if possible update it. Thanks!

Kent Griswold - May 13, 2009 Reply

Hi Sarah – the link is correct and you are right they don’t seem to have any plans or kits up on their site. I would contact them directly and see what they have to offer.

I do know that Little House on the Trailer will soon have tiny house kits available using this product so watch here for an update on when they are available….Kent

Rob - August 6, 2010 Reply

Has anyone ever turned a SingRV 8X14 Tiny House into a “livable” tiny house with kitchen, toilet, shower, bed, etc? If so I’d really like to see photos and get some clarity on how you installed the plumbing and wiring in the Sing honeycomb walls. Thank you. ~ROB

Seth - November 15, 2014 Reply

I’m really interested in the option of building with the logs. Did you ever post more info about this? Their exterior logs are really thick, but perhaps their interior logs could be used? Do you have any idea how much of a weight sacrifice it would be to use the logs? Sing lets you calculate the weight of the panels, based on the dimensions of the panels/walls, but there is not a similar option for calculating the weight of their logs.

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