4 Reasons This is so Important
Tiny House Inspection and Certification
With worldwide interest in tiny homes growing, there are a lot of options for where to buy your home. You might even be considering making your own, building from scratch or from a purchased shell. We’ll explain why it’s important for your tiny home to be inspected and certified by a third party.
Many Places Require Certification
A common question among people thinking about buying a tiny home is where they can legally park their tiny house. While there are a lot of different details surrounding how and where to park, many cities, tiny home communities and RV parks require that homes must be inspected and certified. A lot of expertise is needed to know how to build a tiny home that’s quality crafted to code. You’ll save yourself time and money by purchasing an independently inspected and certified tiny home. Learn more about THOW codes in different areas and our certification process.
Ensure That Your Tiny Isn’t a Danger to You and Guests
Your home should be a safe refuge. Whether you live in your tiny, rent it out, use it for guest space, or use it for vacation, safety is important and safety is a critical element of the inspection process.
Invest in a Home That’s Built With Quality
You’re investing in a home that you want to last. Your home will be exposed to all the challenges that our climate brings. Additionally, a lot of people buy a tiny home because for its mobility. So quality matters. We have a dedicated team of craftsmen with years of expert experience in building solid, quality, movable homes.
4. Resale Value
Get the Most out of Your Investment
Whether you’re buying a tiny house as a starter home, an investment, or an experiment, resale value is important. Each of our homes goes through a rigorous, independent inspection and certification process that helps support the resale value of your home.
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