Last may, we published pictures of various materials present in our model tiny house and asking you what was going on …

Tiny house design


Several among you have guessed, we proceeded to a change in our tiny house design! Why, you ask? The main reason was the improvement of the “living room / office / dining room” space, where our tiny house workshop is given. Indeed, the old layout was not optimal and we wanted to improve the experience of our participants!


So we are back to the drawing board again for the tiny house furnishings. After several ideas and development testing, we came up with a plan. Here is a 3D rendering done through the SketchUp software (software that we use to produce our 3D plans, on sale here: or in a bundle here:


Whether you are just starting your research or you are about to start building a tiny house, choosing your trailer is of paramount importance. Indeed, it is literally the foundation of your home, one that will support its weight during the lifetime of your house. It’s better to take your time and do your research to get the best product for your needs. Here is a buying guide that I hope will answer your questions about trailers designed to accommodate tiny houses.


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Bois-des-Filion, November 17, 2015 – During our presence at festivals this summer, we received a lot of questions, comments and suggestions! Always with the goal to provide quality products for all tastes, we decided to offer slightly longer trailers with stronger axles!


So far, our trailers were available from 12 to 24 ft long. The new range is from 26 to 30 feet long: 26, 28 and 30 ft. All these trailers still have a width of 8 ft.


Note that these new trailers retain the same major assets that makes them the best trailer on the market:

• Two low-floor axles (the platform is under the level of the axles; you gain a few inches in height to useful space) with a total capacity of 7,000, 10,400 or 14,000 pounds depending on the length of the trailer;
• Jacks at each corner to stabilize the house when it is stationary (see photos);
• 4 wheels from 15 to 16 inches;
• Steel plates welded to the trailer to hold the structure during construction. This will give incredible strength to the walls (see photos);
• Brake system, wiring for lights, etc.


Here are the details for all models:
LengthAxles *Price †
12 ft2 x 3 500 lb4299.95 $
14 ft2 x 3 500 lb4499.95 $
16 ft2 x 3 500 lb4699.95 $
18 ft2 x 5 200 lb6699.95 $
20 ft2 x 5 200 lb6899.95 $
22 ft2 x 5 200 lb7099.95 $
24 ft2 x 5 200 lb7299.95 $
26 ft2 x 7 000 lb8599.95 $
28 ft2 x 7 000 lb8799.95 $
30 ft2 x 7 000 lb8999.95 $


Here are pictures of the trailer that was used for our model house :


If you want to order this product, a deposit of the third of the total amount is required when ordering. Contact us by phone: (438) 804-5487 or email:


* Please note that trailers with 2 x 7000 lb axles are considered a heavy vehicle by the SAAQ: « Une remorque dont le PNBV (poids nominal brut du  véhicule ) est de 4 500 kg ou plus est soumise à une vérification mécanique périodique obligatoire ainsi qu’à la Loi concernant les propriétaires, les exploitants et les conducteurs de véhicules lourds. » (Source: Guide de construction – Remorques de fabrication artisanale)
† Price on 17 November 2015. These are in Canadian dollars and subject to change without notice. Taxes (QST and GST) not included.