Chicago’s Titan Tiny Houses Built with Lightweight Steel

Steel construction for tiny homes is not unusual, but Titan Tiny Homes near Chicago, builds all three of their models with steel framing (and steel siding) for several reasons. The most important is that each of their THOW ends up being 33 percent lighter than most tiny homes.

Titan Tiny Homes come with various choices for cabinets and flooring.


Other benefits of steel framing and siding is that it’s twice as durable and stronger than wood and less likely to attract rot in wetter climates—and no aesthetics are lost on the interior or exterior.

The Everest Model starts at $52,500.


You can choose between a ladder or a staircase to the loft.


Bob Clarizio, owner of Titan Tiny Homes, has been in the home construction and remodeling business for years and takes pride in offering residential quality and materials in a smaller space. His designs for various clients have been featured on FYI’s “Tiny House Nation.”

Each model includes low voltage LED lighting.


Titan Tiny Homes’s three models: Everest, Passage and Notarosa come in two different lengths and can all be customized with exterior colors, interior cabinets, flooring, hardware and even tub/shower choices. Each home comes with a 30,000 BTU forced air duct furnace, Moen plumbing fixtures, tanks for fresh, grey and black water and a custom roof with 35-year warranty.

Each Titan model includes appliances and plenty of cabinets.

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Each of the models also come with a loft ladder (with a staircase upgrade option), appliances, kitchen cabinets and countertops, RV low flush toilet, W/D hookup, on-demand water heater, and low voltage LED lighting. In addition, each of the homes are RVIA certified.

The Passage has one loft; the Everest and Notarosa have two lofts.


The 20 foot and 24 foot Passage model has a shed roof and only one loft and starts at $36,000. The Everest with its sliding front door and two lofts also has a shed roof and starts at $52,500 for the 24 foot model. The pretty Notarosa has a more traditional look, two lofts and starts at $57,300 for the 24 foot model. The 28 foot model starts at $64,800.

A low-flow RV toilet is standard, but can be upgraded.


Photos by Titan Tiny Homes

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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Roleigh Martin - November 23, 2016 Reply

Can you please provide weights of the various models and their tongue weights? Their web site does not give any specifications. Thank you.

    Kent Griswold - November 24, 2016 Reply

    You need to contact the company for this information. This is just a post about them.

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