How to choose the right Tiny Home Builders

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In choosing a tiny home, you have always two options- to build it yourself or to hire a tiny home builder. Many people prefer hiring tiny home builders because it saves them time and energy from building the structure. However, choosing the right tiny home builders from the unending list of home builders can be a daunting process.

Conducting a research on the different tiny home builders will help you find the right one that you will be able to trust and who will get the job done properly. Below are some guidelines to help you choose the right tiny house builder.

Qualities of a great tiny home builder

  1. Length of Experience

Since the interest in the tiny house is in its start-up mode, it may be alright that a tiny house builder has only been in a business for a year or so. However, there are other companies that already started building tiny houses since the attention to this housing option has risen. You can inquire to the company how many years have they been building tiny homes.

  1. Portfolio of Past Work and References

Many tiny house builders were large home builders before. They will tell you that they are the most qualified because of that. However, building a tiny house is somehow different. The right tiny house builder must understand the fine nuances of building a tiny house. They may not know what type of trailer to use for a tiny house or that you should forgo standard building materials because of weight issues. You need to know if they have built tiny houses before.

  1. Specific design

There are plenty of builders who will work off your plans and even some that will custom draw them for you. At the same time, keep in mind that some builders only build their own designs. Ask your builder if they can build the specific tiny house you want, with all its details and design.

  1. Professionalism

In any field of work, professionalism is very important. The right tiny home builder is professional in his work. It is important to know that this person is working for you so you expect him to be a professional. They should be open, honest and approachable. A good builder that is serious about the job will also be serious about looking after their clients.

  1. Realistic Pricing and Quotations

A great tiny home builder will not give you overpriced projects. He must be knowledgeable and can be trusted enough with all the prices and quotations you need for your project. Look for a builder that gives you a detailed, reasonable and written quote. Accurate, up-front and guaranteed quotes are a must.

  1. Reputation

Look at what other people are saying about the company and its products. Don’t be afraid to ask the company for references from past clients that have built with them. This can also help you decide whether you hire this company or look for another one.

 

 

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