Many companies have started to produce semi-permanent structures on trailers, often called tiny houses on wheels. A lot of these ‘tiny homes’ feature residential-quality windows and building techniques, and will (probably) last a lot longer than your average travel trailer.
While these tiny homes aren’t meant to travel as far or as often as a purpose-built RV, some look pretty darn close to a regular trailer.
We could see these tiny homes as popular alternatives to travel trailers for long-term living in a single location. Their main benefit? Better insulation and structural integrity.
The Modern trailer featured in this article has closed foam cell insulation, greatly improving heat retention and comfort.
Liberation is selling this particular tiny house for $40,000.
Modern cabinets in the kitchen with thin drawer pulls.
Some of the features include,
- 8′ x 9′ loft
- custom plywood stairs
- Marey tankless water heater
- 40 gallon water tank built into the floor for boondocking
- 40 gallon black water tank with a standard RV valve for emptying
- all LED lighting throughout
Ultra-modern modular shelving in the loft. Stack it how you want!
You can buy modular shelving units like this at IKEA.
See more photos in the gallery on this page.