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Tiny in a Box

Tiny in a box is the leading innovator in designing and building modular structures. We are located in Alabama, USA but can deliver worldwide. We can create any temporary or permanent structure including tiny homes and pop-up small business solutions. For more information about the Company and its new home developments please visit the Company’s website at www.tinyinabox.com or contact us at 1-800-577-0147.


Tiny in a Box has a creative design and engineering team that will bring any design idea to life. We provide guidance and full 3D mock ups of all designs to ensure a quality product is built to the the client expectations. The possibilities are endless, and our design team supports the client through every phase of the project.


Tiny in a Box is also more than a tiny house developer. we also offer tiny shops. Our shops are fully functional and self-sufficient with electricity and water. Based on the type of usage and requirements, it is possible to have the units fully equipped with a front counter or bar, regular size or smaller refrigerator, ovens, a microwave, wine cellar, coffee or beverage machines or any type of equipment to required to provide products to customers.



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Josey - November 22, 2016 Reply

Are making small houses harder then it looks? And what do you all need and use to build one?

Russell - November 22, 2016 Reply

Yes, building any house, large or tiny, is harder than it looks, at least if you’re going to do it right. In fact the principles are pretty much identical with the exception of size/cost and the lack of a foundation, should you decide to go the mobile route, rather than a traditional fixed unit. Everything should be built to code, so you have to have an understanding of everything from electrical and plumbing codes to what types of screws and nails to use for every application. If you already have a lot of the skills, that’s one thing, but if not, but have friends who do and you are at least handy with tools, you can still do most of the work, just hire out the more complex parts like electrical, plumbing and roofing (very important not to have leaks, and no electrical fires that could be fatal ;?). Of course there’s TONS of reference materials on the internet, YouTube is an invaluable resource, and if you can at least follow directions and pay attention to detail, you’d be surprised what you can do when you put your mind to it, just be prepared for it to take twice as long as you first thought it would, lol. Good luck however you decide to go ;?)

Urban Maclellan - November 23, 2016 Reply

I love these homes

William - November 24, 2016 Reply

I really like these are we can save so much money by simply doing these. We have so much we often have in life that we do not need. This is truly some great information

Tim Chittenden - November 27, 2016 Reply

Is there a Tiny House website dedicated to “unique” Tiny homes? For exampled passenger train car, old silo or some other unique structure turned into a home?

Grondwerken - November 28, 2016 Reply

These houses really look to be perfectly built! Wonderful work this is!

gloria adam - January 4, 2017 Reply

People who work from home really like the idea of garden office sheds and the idea is growing popular with time. They provide you everything you need, save time and money. these homes and their interior is simply fantastic.

    Craig Kessler - January 31, 2017 Reply

    I agree Gloria. I work from home and would love to have an office like this!

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