Tumbleweed Tiny Houses Review

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Tumbleweed Tiny Houses Review

Tumbleweed is a name that most people know in the tiny house world. Tumbleweed mounted their first house on a trailer in 1999, and thats when the mobile tiny house revolution started. Located in Colorado,Tumbleweed Tiny House Company is the largest tiny house manufacturing company in North America, and is the most sought after above all the others. This Tumbleweed Tiny Houses review will take a close look at one of the most popular names in the the Tiny House movement.

Tumbleweed prides themselves on the designs of their tiny homes. Tumbleweed thinks about form and function, while keeping costs low and customers satisfied. From the factory floor to conversations with other tiny house owners, feedback is very important to Tumbleweed. They do their absolute best to improve whenever possible.

Tumbleweed Tiny House Models

Tumbleweed offers 4 different styles of tiny houses on wheels, and are at the top of the list when it comes to features, and lifestyle needs. Each style is a small masterpiece built by top notch craftsmen in the Tumbleweed Factory.

The Cypress

Tumbleweed Cypress Model Review

This particular model is available in 3 different floor plans, Equator, Horizon, and Overlook. Each one with their own touch of personality.

The Elm

Tumbleweed Elm Model Review

 

The Elm model is built with only one floor plan which is the 26 foot version of Equator. It has a big great room, with a queen sized loft. I really like this tiny house because it uses light colored woods, which is great for natural outside light.

The Farallon

Tumbleweed Farallon Review

Farallon comes in two different floor plans, the Vista and the Alta. Both layouts are basically the same, with the exception of the loft. Alta offers a 99 square foot loft compared to the 65 square foot loft in Vista.

The Roanoke

Tumbleweed Roanoke Review

Roanoke is offered in two different layouts. One is Pacific and the other is Alta. Both of these designs are laid out exactly the same except the loft, which is 96 square feet in the Alta opposed to 59 square feet in the Pacific.

Tumbleweed Tiny House Modifications

When designing a tiny house with Tumbleweed, there are so many options to choose from. Once you choose your model the interior and exterior can be modified to your personal style. The following is everything you can modify when going with Tumbleweed..

  • Trim Package
  • Skylights and Screen Doors
  • Interior Wood
  • Flooring
  • Sinks/Cooktops
  • Toilet
  • Power Source (Electric/Propane)
  • AC/Heating
  • Washer/Dryer Combo
  • Exterior Steps

They also offer 3 different warranty packages you can choose from to make sure you’re covered if anything were to happen to your tiny house.

DIY Trailers

If you’re looking to build your own tiny home, having a trailer that is stable and built to carry your house is crucial. At Tumbleweed they put together a strong withstanding trailer that will support your tiny house up to 26 feet in length. They also have trailers built to 20 foot lengths as well.

If you choose to have your trailer built by Tumbleweed, you’ll have a few options to choose from.

Lengths: 20, 26 feet

Porch Options: Left Corner, Right Corner, Full Porch, or No Porch.

Prices: $5,300 – $6,200

If you don’t live in the state of Colorado, you can have your trailer shipped to any state in the US. On their website you can find prices for shipping a trailer to your state.

Conclusion

Tumbleweed has been around a long time, and will be for years to come. They created a growing business, and their product speaks for itself. The Tumbleweed Tiny House Company will fulfill all your tiny house needs, and gets a thumbs up from us for being the top rated tiny house builder in America. Hopefully this Tumbleweed Tiny Houses review has been helpful. 

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By | 2018-06-02T12:22:20+00:00 July 31st, 2012|Categories: Builders|0 Comments

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