Considering a Tiny House, for a cold climate? Heres what you need to know ahead of time

Don’t get caught out in the Winter Elements without being prepared. Download our Winter Guide

A tiny house RV is not a traditional house. It is still an RV, and needs to be treated as such.

The tiny house RVs that we manufacture are the best of the best. We will customize and alter the tiny house to try and suit where you plan to put the tiny house, and we will do our best to accomodate many requests. 

With this in mind, there is work involved for every tiny house buyer, and there is extra work involved for those who plan to place the tiny house in areas with extreme winter conditions. 

For the sake of everyone involved, you need to be prepared for winter conditions, and have back-up protocol in place. A tiny house RV is not going to perform the same as a traditional house in extreme winter conditions, and it would be irresponsible to expect it to. The tiny house will work great, and perform well in winter conditions, providing you are ready for it, and prepared to put in the work to maintain the unit. 


Download and Start Using our Winter Guide for details on what you will need to have ready, such as:

Join the many tiny house enthusiasts who have downloaded this Guide, and been prepared for all possible scenarios!

Frequently Asked Questions about Cold Climates

We insulate all our Tiny House RVs using closed cell foam for the walls and roof for the rigidity and R-value, and rigid insulation in the floors. This gives you an R-value of R21. You will still need to add insulated skirting around the trailer chassis, to regulate the temperature shift below the trailer chassis. 

Yes. However you need to be prepared to put in the work to maintain the tiny house, wether you are in it often, or just occasionally. Essentially, temperatures below 35° Fahrenheit (-0° C) are not to be expected to be withstood, without a bit of regular maintenance, upkeep, and preparation.