RVIA certification

Since we have opened our doors I have focused on becoming RVIA certified, to benefit our customers and product. There are lots of rumors and myths pertaining to RVIA certification, but I would like to clear up the biggest one. It is not a Requirement, you do not need it to get a loan, to travel with your RV, or get insurance. It is a code certification group we as builders decide we want to be involved with, and yes there are other certification companies out there that are very good companies. Some Parks, or certain places can decide if they want to require a particular certification company, and  turn away other certifications. That is their right just like it is your right to decide to stay at that park, keep in mind the owner of that RV park has insurance and it may not cover RV’s that are not certified. RVIA is the most widely know and recognized certification company, and we at Tiny Idahomes wanted the to be able to give our customers the same rights as any RV owner has, be able to stay at any RV park that any other RV owner can. We have been trying to prove that our Tiny Idahomes product is no different than any other RV that is going down the highway, and have been pursuing this certification for the past 9 months. Well we are happy to announce that we are now RVIA certified and can certify our products we sell to the general public. Thank you to everyone for your support and we look forward to making our customers dreams come true for years to come. 

Nearly Done!

Hey everyone!
Dan here and it’s been amazing watching the transformation of these homes! 
So many ideas going through my head about what I may do when I eventually get a Tiny House.

Looking forward to the open house next weekend…hope to see everyone there! Please find me and introduce yourself.

Cedar Tiny House

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Cedar Tiny Home

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Betty’s “Little Shack out Back”

Betty came to us wanting to build a vision of a tiny house she had.  She was looking for a “Refined Rustic Cottage” look and had very great  ideas on how she wanted everything to look.  We took all her ideas and drawings and brought them to life.  Building this and working with Betty was a pure delight.

Betty decided on the 24″ Cascade model as she was looking for a tiny house without lofts.  She used the design of her floor plan to put more of an emphasis on space separation to go along with the cottage feel she was looking for.

Thank you Betty for choosing us to build your refined rustic cottage for you!  We just can’t wait to see all the décor ideas you have.  ENJOY!

2 X 4 Construction
Blown in Fiberglass Batt Insulation – R-15 in walls, R-15 Ceiling and R-13 Floor
Cedar Lap Siding – Stained (custom color)
3’ Tuff Rib Metal Roofing Dark Brown
Jeld Wen series 1500, double pane, tempered glass white single hung windows with grids
Exterior Door – 32” x 80” Jeld Wen fiberglass 6 panel (painted Custom Color)
All interior is Pine Tongue and Groove white washed #SW7551 Greek Vanilla
Nature’s Head compost toilet
Bathroom Exhaust Fan
36” x 36” four piece fiberglass shower, Glacier Bay 2 handle shower faucet
Bathroom Vanity – 18” x 16” Glacier Bay
Small storage loft over bathroom
Ceiling Fan
Flooring – Traffic Master, Grey Oak Plank, vinyl
Mid Bedroom with closet
Mid Kitchen – Hampton Bay Cabinets (Custom painted)
White Range Hood
Glacier Bay Kitchen Hardware
Counter top – Wilsonart – Kalahari Topaz, laminate
6 Gallon dual electric and Propane water heater
Pex Plumbing pipe
3” Sewer Connection
30 AMP RV Power Cord and Connection
RV Propane Connection with propane cover. Hose Bib water connection