Tiny Home Movers With Multiple Shipping Options
Heavy Haulers can move your tiny house anywhere, from across town to across the country–or throughout North America, including Canada and Mexico.
Many tiny homes are built on trailer platforms for easy transport. While most tiny houses weigh between 10,000 and 25,000 pounds and measure 200 to 400 square feet, those over these dimensions require a larger trailer and a rig with more power to get through a long highway drive, up hills, or busy city streets. That's why multiple shipping options are available.
- Power-Only Tiny Home Transport: A heavy duty pickup or semi truck attaches directly to your tiny home trailer and drives it to the delivery point.
- Tiny House Trailer Shipping: The tiny home is placed on a flatbed, step deck, or RGN trailer pulled by a semi truck, which hauls it to the destination.
- Hot Shot Tiny Home Transportation: Hot shot trucking is great for local and regional moves. A heavy duty pickup truck transports your tiny home, usually in a shorter amount of time.
- Tiny House Towing: Heavy Haulers offers local and long distance tiny house towing services. We'll provide the best semi truck to tow your tiny home safely.
- Cranes to Load Your Tiny Home: Heavy Haulers contracts the best crane crew in the area to lift your tiny home and place it on the trailer. Our load assistance services for tiny home are all-inclusive.
How To Get Your Tiny Home Ready For Transport
You've called Heavy Haulers. You've gotten your tiny home moving quote. Your logistics agent has found the best driver and shipping solutions to transport your tiny home.
Now you need to prepare for transport. While your dedicated agent will give you step-by-step directions on how to prepare your tiny home for transport, here are a few details to get you started.
- 1. Strap down appliances and other loose items that may move during transport.
- 2. Secure cabinet doors, room doors, and anything else that might open and cause a hazard during transport.
- 3. Secure any outside lines or hoses, such as sewage, electrical, or water hookups. This keeps it clear of the trailer chassis and prevents damage.
- 4. Take pictures of your tiny home before loading, after loading, and upon delivery. You want to make sure your tiny house is delivered safely. Taking pictures protects you and the driver from discrepancies.
Call Heavy Haulers for a tiny house moving quote today! (800) 908-6206