+ What is unique about MitchCraft ?
Each MitchCraft home is built with you in mind. We have a passion for making tiny homes functional for everyone and believe that working one-on-one with each client is the only way to achieve creating your dream tiny house! Our homes are designed for true livability, space efficiency, beauty, and uniqueness. Our priority is to create an artistically-crafted home that you will love to come home to every day.
+ Is it possible to tour the worksite or see inside a tiny house?
If you are interested in visiting, please click here to schedule an appointment. Appointments and tours are held on Sundays. Due to our busy schedule, we do ask that only serious inquirers or potential future clients schedule a personal tour with us.
+ Do you work with custom orders?
Custom orders are our specialty! We welcome any range of customization. Feel free to use one of our layouts, make some changes, or work directly with us on a one-of-a-kind design. We want to make the home of your dreams, so please let us know what you want.
+ What materials come standard in a MitchCraft home?
Please visit our materials page.
+ How much does a MitchCraft Tiny Home cost?
Each house is unique, and therefore comes with a unique price tag. General guides are located on the pricing page.
+ Where can I park my Tiny Home?
Where to park is only limited to creativity (and some local laws, perhaps). You will want to check with your city and state concerning local laws . You may look for willing landowners, RV parks (in some cases), or consider purchasing real estate. Tiny House Talks has a good article about this: http://tinyhousetalk.com/where-to-park-your-tiny-house.
+ How much does a MitchCraft Tiny House weigh?
This will depend on the size of your trailer and what materials used. They can range anywhere from 8,000-20,000+ pounds.
+ How do I get power? Do you offer “off-grid” items?
All homes are built to be hooked up via conventional 120v ac electrical hookup (30 amp) or 240v ac (50 amp) service, depending on appliances. This requires a typical RV style hookup, and comes standard with each home. For Customers in need of an off-grid setup, we partner with a solar company who offers solar packages, depending on your specific needs. These fully off-grid systems typically increase the overall cost by $6,000-$9,500, depending on your appliances, and typical uses.
+ Do you deliver? How much do you charge?
Delivery can be arranged to anywhere in the U.S., and beyond! Local and long distance deliveries are done by trusted professional towing companies who typically charge per loaded mile. For a rough estimate on how much your delivery will cost, simply add up the miles from your location to Fort Collins, CO, and multiply by $2.50 per mile. Pricing varies depending on size and weight of the tiny home.
+ Do you offer financing?
Yes! Please visit the Financing tab above for financing information.
+ How do I insure my tiny home
Tiny Home insurance is available through our affiliate Strategic Insurance. More information about their tiny home insurance here.
+ Do you have payment plans? How do I purchase a home?
Whether your home is financed or you are paying with cash, we are able to break the full cost of a house into three installments. They are broken down as follows:
25% of total estimated price: non-refundable deposit to hold your spot in line.
50% of total price: due before build begins.
25% of total price: due when build is complete, prior to pickup, when you are 100% satisfied with your home.
+ What contracts and agreements can I expect once I'm ready to purchase?
Once a house layout and quote for the build is agreed upon, a formal Building Contract will follow. The contract will include agreements on the scope of work, the timeline of the build, total estimated price, liability, payment agreements, etc.
We will provide a reasonable quote and strive to fall within this. Due to the nature of building and unforeseen costs that may arise, a fixed cost of the project cannot be guaranteed. An estimated cost will be quoted to you, and any differences will be accounted for in the final 25% payment.