Tiny Houses on Wheels (THOWs)

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Discover the freedom of compact, mobile living with our extensive collection of Tiny Houses on Wheels (THOWs). These homes offer a unique blend of functionality, mobility, and sustainable living.

Mobile Tiny Homes on Wheels

Tiny House Made Easy™

Tiny Houses on Wheels redefine the concept of home and travel. They are designed with all the amenities of a traditional home but are built on trailers, enabling you to move freely from one location to another. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler with a love for the open road, or someone seeking a simpler, more minimalist lifestyle, THOWs provide a unique and captivating living solution.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of having a mobile tiny home on wheels

  • Travel: Tiny homes on wheels are portable and can be moved from one location to another. This allows for a sense of adventure and the ability to change scenery frequently.
  • Cost: Tiny homes on wheels are generally less expensive than traditional homes. They also require less maintenance and upkeep, which can save money in the long run.
  • Eco-friendly: Tiny homes on wheels are often more environmentally friendly than traditional homes. They use less energy, produce less waste, and consume fewer resources.


  • Limited space: Tiny homes on wheels have limited space, which can make it difficult to store belongings and move around comfortably. This can also make it challenging to entertain guests.
  • Limited appliances: Tiny homes on wheels often have smaller appliances and less counter space, which can make cooking and getting ready in the morning more difficult.
  • Maintenance: Tiny homes on wheels require regular maintenance and repairs due to the wear and tear that comes with traveling. They also depreciate in value like a car or RV.
  • Compromised layout: The layout of a tiny home on wheels may not be ideal for everyone. The bedroom space may be compromised, and the bathroom may be smaller than desired.
  • Travel logistics: Traveling with a tiny home on wheels requires a certain type of vehicle to pull it. Additionally, the height of the tiny home may limit access to certain places, requiring a longer route to avoid these spots. Finally, grocery shopping may require more frequent trips, which can be time-consuming and costly.

Overall, having a mobile tiny home on wheels can be an exciting and cost-effective way to live, but it also comes with some limitations and challenges.