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Welcome to Zion's Tiny Homes, where big dreams fit snugly into small spaces! Since 2016, this family-owned gem has been crafting top-notch, customizable tiny homes certified by the RVIA (Recreational Vehicle Industry Association).

But these aren't just any tiny homes – they're sleek, sustainable havens designed to make your heart skip a beat. Combining traditional craftsmanship with modern flair, Zion's team creates durable, energy-efficient dwellings that are as stylish as they are functional.

And safety? Guaranteed! With that RVIA certification, you can rest easy knowing your tiny abode meets the highest industry standards. Plus, it's ready to roll into any RV park or campground across the country!

But here's the best part: customization galore! Whether you're into cozy single stories or multi-level wonders, Zion's offers a range of floor plans to suit every taste. Each home is a masterpiece, maximizing space without sacrificing style.

But wait, there's more! Zion's Tiny Homes isn't just about construction – they're about community.

So, if you're ready to downsize without compromising, join Zion's Tiny Homes on a journey where passion meets excellence, and small-scale living becomes an art form.


The major differences have to do with the craftsmanship, the quality of the materials and the livability. We expect our tiny homes to last thirty years while an RV usually has to be removed from a trailer park after ten years because it’s falling apart.

RVs are often built within seven hours while a tiny home can take four to six weeks to build. And a tiny home uses the fixtures and materials that any normal home would use. For example, the showers and sinks are full size and the materials to modify and refurbish or maintain a tiny home are available at Home Depot, just like any other house.

Listen to Autumn and Erik address this question in this video.

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A lot of people think that a tiny home is no different than a trailer. The truth is, they are very different. Although they are often categorized the same legally, there are dramatic differences between the two. Autumn McGregor and Erik Ward discuss some of the basic differences in this excerpt from a recent Q&A.

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