Where it all began
In 1978 Jon Carroll (owner) tree planted with the largest worker owned co-op in the United States - Hoedads Reforestation Cooperative. With his family, including his 3 year old son Jen Carroll (owner), Jon spent half the year in the Northwest forests, working and living. They began with pitching a tent, but quickly found living this way difficult when the weather turned. Needing to get his family out of the mud, and into a clean, warm environment, Jon decided to construct a tiny house travel trailer. This was, before "Tiny" was in style. After some trial and error, the house became a functional and beautiful home for temporary use. Warm, cozy, and out of the mud!
Later, when the Carroll family changed professions, and moved into town, they left their tiny lifestyle. Remembering affectionately that time, 35 years later, father & son (Jon & Jen Carroll), and Jen's wife Malia (designer and analyst), have decided to revisit the tiny mobile design style. This time the team is bigger, the passion is strong, and the vision is largely shared.
Unequivocal quality, customer service, and painstaking attention to detail make our RVs top of the line solutions for your tiny home RV needs! Our recreational vehicles/travel trailers are built with home building materials, so that you can have home comforts no matter where you travel. For this reason, we call our RVs, Tiny Home RVs, because of the customization potential. It's our vision that our clients walk away happier, more empowered, and inspired by the beauty of our product. We believe that by building on such a small scale, beautiful finishes become more accessible, and sustainable choices become realizable.
We pay our employees a competitive wage and benefits, while also imploring real, local/green (as available), high end, home quality materials and products. You can walk away assured that you've made an ethical decision when you've purchased one of our RVIA Certified Travel Trailers.
- RVIA Certified
- Passive House Certified Builders
- Built and certified LEED for Homes new homes. Gold Certification
- AIA Northwest's Annual Craftsmanship Nominee
- AIAS "Methods and Materials" award at the Annual U of O School of Architecture Design