While some tiny homes are small or light enough to transport on your own with the right vehicle, others like Park Models, or oversized homes, are best left to professional moving companies. Or maybe you just don’t want the risk of DIY-ing such an important thing — no shame hiring professionals. It’s your home after all!
We put together a list of some insured tiny house moving companies that transport homes across the U.S. This is by no means an exhaustive list, and there are probably regional towing services out there you could contact. That said, this will give you a good starting point while gathering quotes. Make sure you understand exactly what the towing company promises, and especially what they insure in case of an accident.
*DISCLAIMER* We have not personally had tiny homes towed with any of these companies and have not confirmed their license and insurance policies. Please do your own additional research before booking.
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List of United States Tiny House Towing Companies!
Nationwide United Auto Transport
This company ships just about anything, and they are well-equipped to ship Mobile Homes, Park Models and Tiny Houses of all sizes. If you have an oversized tiny house, this is the kind of company you’ll be looking for. They ship nationwide, but also do local trips.
Their website gives a very rough estimate for costs:
Generally speaking, a legal manufactured home that does not require permits or escorts to transport, can average costs between $500 – $3,500 interstate and $2,000 – $15,000 nationwide. Single wide mobile homes and double wide manufactured homes requiring permits and escorts to transport average a cost between $1,500 – $4,000 interstate and $3,500 – $25,000 nationwide.
To get a specific quote, you can call the company or click here. They have a 4.8 out of 5 star rating on Google, and tons of other curated reviews you can read here. They’re also accredited with the BBB, and say they are licensed and insured.
This company transports tiny homes across the United States, Canada and Mexico. They are equipped to transport any size home including large Park Models. You can see some of their recent hauls on their website.
Heavy Haulers will help you pull permits and make sure you have the right insurance so they’re aren’t any surprises. You can get a quote online, or call with questions. Google Reviews give them a 4.8 out of 5 stars.
Coast to Coast Transportation
Coast to Coast Transportation says they work with some of the major tiny house companies, but they will also work one-on-one with you to bring your tiny house anywhere in the U.S. They’re willing to transport DIY THOWs, professional tiny homes and over-sized homes as well.
They have a gallery of recent hauls on their website to peruse. You can get a quote online and also call for a quote. On Google, they have a 4.8 out of 5 stars rating and you can read the reviews here.
One Call Logistics
This towing company offers U.S.-wide delivery of tiny homes. They don’t specify on their site if they will tow oversized THOWs or park models, but they have a crew of licensed and insured drivers. You’ll need to ask about permits and what insurance — if any — you’ll want for the transport.
They are accredited with the BBB, which is a nice bonus. Get a quote online or call for a quote or with questions. On Google, they have a 4.7 out of 5 stars.
Tiny Home Movers USA
This is another BBB-accredited tiny house transport company. They have a licensed and insured award on their website, but as always, be sure to ask for proof before booking! This definitely looks like a smaller-scale company, so you’ll want to ask for some recommendations from their previous customers.
It’s not clear on their website if they take oversized THOWs or park models. You can get a quote on their website. They ship anywhere in the United States.
Ship My Tiny House
This company can transport any tiny house that a one ton truck can pull anywhere in the continental United States. This will likely exclude oversized homes or park models. They’re licensed, insured and bonded (be sure to get proof!) and members of the BBB.
You will need to call the number on their website to get a quote.
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FINALLY! Thank you for putting together a key piece of tiny home living. Just getting the ballpark information from these companies helps enormously when considering where you want to live and (more important) where your tiny home is located when you buy it.
The next thing I hope for is a listing of ALL the places you can put a THOW (usually an RV legal designation, right?), park model or manufactured home – LEGALLY. Mobile home parks vary widely in what they allow (good luck finding a vacant lot to lease BTW); RV parks are great if they allow yearly leases; PUD zoned tiny home “villages” (like the Escape folks have) would be perfect – because county commissioners rarely are warm to the idea of greater density and a “new” way of living. ADU zoning is heaven if you can find it.
So, thank you.
What is a PUD zone? Never ever heard of it before…
Planned Unit Development (PUD), when a property is developed in accordance to an approved site or development plan, the municipality will sometimes be given a special zoning designation, PUD, instead of a more conventional zone, such as a C-2.
Typically, the use of a PUD indicates that a particular property or section will be governed by requirements that were specifically approved for the development instead of the standard zoning code. While instead of pulling the parking requirements, permitted uses, setbacks, etc., from the zoning code, the same requirements will come from the approved plan.
In application, PUDs are typically a community of homes that could look like single family residences, town homes or condos, and can include both residential and commercial units, but on paper, they’re most similar to condos and includes ownership of a “lot,” with common areas either owned by a homeowner’s association (HOA) or collectively by all invested parties.
Though, PUDs often have amenities beyond the scope of most condos, like private tennis courts and outdoor playgrounds that are maintained by HOA fees and only open to homeowners.
For tiny houses, the application is for the creation of pocket neighborhoods, which can be under either PUD, which for Tiny House developments is sometimes summarized as THPUD, or put under Redevelopment Mixed Use district (RMU) zoning…
It can be much harder to a PUD designation approved than standard zoning options, especially when trying to rezone a property or area, but it’s more flexible and can allow more options than the standard zoning options for both residential and commercial applications…
Part of the technical aspect of zoning but hope that makes it clear what it is…
So glad this was helpful, John! It definitely opens your eyes to how much it could cost to move your THOW if you need it done professionally!
Bookmarked ! – thanks