What is a School Bus Conversion?

The Tiny House idea is simple: build a small but fully functioning home on a portable trailer. How small? Though a typical Tiny House footprint is under 200 square feet, there are no rules. Why on a trailer? In some jurisdictions, building on a trailer is the only way to get around outdated zoning laws regarding minimum square footage. If you plan on moving, being able to take your house with you is also a huge benefit! 

Is the Bus Life right for me?

Tiny Houses aren’t for everyone, but there are great reasons to consider this option. In addition to being transportable, many people are building Tiny Houses to reduce their environmental footprint, and to save money. In addition to the low upfront cost of building or buying, Tiny House owners save thousands of dollars a year with reduced maintenance costs, energy usage, and property taxes. In the US, 68% of Tiny House owners are mortgage free, compared with only 30% of traditional home owners. If portability is not a factor, you may want to consider a Micro HomeYurt or Cabin.

Isn't living in a Bus illegal?

Tiny Houses aren’t for everyone, but there are great reasons to consider this option. In addition to being transportable, many people are building Tiny Houses to reduce their environmental footprint, and to save money. In addition to the low upfront cost of building or buying, Tiny House owners save thousands of dollars a year with reduced maintenance costs, energy usage, and property taxes. In the US, 68% of Tiny House owners are mortgage free, compared with only 30% of traditional home owners. If portability is not a factor, you may want to consider a Micro HomeYurt or Cabin.

What about storage?

Tiny Houses aren’t for everyone, but there are great reasons to consider this option. In addition to being transportable, many people are building Tiny Houses to reduce their environmental footprint, and to save money. In addition to the low upfront cost of building or buying, Tiny House owners save thousands of dollars a year with reduced maintenance costs, energy usage, and property taxes. In the US, 68% of Tiny House owners are mortgage free, compared with only 30% of traditional home owners. If portability is not a factor, you may want to consider a Micro HomeYurt or Cabin.

Ok, I'm in; what's next?

Tiny Houses aren’t for everyone, but there are great reasons to consider this option. In addition to being transportable, many people are building Tiny Houses to reduce their environmental footprint, and to save money. In addition to the low upfront cost of building or buying, Tiny House owners save thousands of dollars a year with reduced maintenance costs, energy usage, and property taxes. In the US, 68% of Tiny House owners are mortgage free, compared with only 30% of traditional home owners. If portability is not a factor, you may want to consider a Micro HomeYurt or Cabin.

Why are Skoolies getting so popular?

Tiny Houses aren’t for everyone, but there are great reasons to consider this option. In addition to being transportable, many people are building Tiny Houses to reduce their environmental footprint, and to save money. In addition to the low upfront cost of building or buying, Tiny House owners save thousands of dollars a year with reduced maintenance costs, energy usage, and property taxes. In the US, 68% of Tiny House owners are mortgage free, compared with only 30% of traditional home owners. If portability is not a factor, you may want to consider a Micro HomeYurt or Cabin.

How much does converting a Bus cost?

Tiny Houses aren’t for everyone, but there are great reasons to consider this option. In addition to being transportable, many people are building Tiny Houses to reduce their environmental footprint, and to save money. In addition to the low upfront cost of building or buying, Tiny House owners save thousands of dollars a year with reduced maintenance costs, energy usage, and property taxes. In the US, 68% of Tiny House owners are mortgage free, compared with only 30% of traditional home owners. If portability is not a factor, you may want to consider a Micro HomeYurt or Cabin.

So... what about the toilet?

Tiny Houses aren’t for everyone, but there are great reasons to consider this option. In addition to being transportable, many people are building Tiny Houses to reduce their environmental footprint, and to save money. In addition to the low upfront cost of building or buying, Tiny House owners save thousands of dollars a year with reduced maintenance costs, energy usage, and property taxes. In the US, 68% of Tiny House owners are mortgage free, compared with only 30% of traditional home owners. If portability is not a factor, you may want to consider a Micro HomeYurt or Cabin.

Are people actually doing this?

Tiny Houses aren’t for everyone, but there are great reasons to consider this option. In addition to being transportable, many people are building Tiny Houses to reduce their environmental footprint, and to save money. In addition to the low upfront cost of building or buying, Tiny House owners save thousands of dollars a year with reduced maintenance costs, energy usage, and property taxes. In the US, 68% of Tiny House owners are mortgage free, compared with only 30% of traditional home owners. If portability is not a factor, you may want to consider a Micro HomeYurt or Cabin.