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Long story short; Our most popular 8.4m long by 3.2m wide MicroHome starts at $145,000 inc GST. Read on to find out what puts up so far ahead of our competitors.

Built on a purposed designed & engineered chassis, MicroHomes can be towed at highway speeds, allowing owners to explore new destinations or adapt to changing circumstances. However, one might wonder: How sturdy must a MicroHome be to withstand the rigours of travel without compromising structural integrity? And why do they cost more per square meter than traditional tiny homes or granny flats? Let’s delve into the details of MicroHome construction and the factors that determine their cost.

Engineering for Mobility:

The key to the strength of MicroHomes lies in their design and engineering, tailored specifically for mobility. Unlike traditional tiny homes or granny flats, which rely on a fixed foundation for support, MicroHomes are built on a chassis capable of withstanding the stresses of towing at highway speeds. This requires careful consideration of structural elements such as framing, bracing, and anchoring to ensure stability and durability on the road. By the time your MicroHome reaches the final destination, it’s already been through an earthquake and 100km/h winds behind the tow truck and all with little to no material damage at all.

Materials and Construction Techniques:

To withstand the forces encountered during travel, MicroHomes utilise lightweight yet sturdy materials and construction techniques. High-quality materials such as galvanised steel chassis, reinforced walls, and impact-resistant cladding are often employed to nhance structural integrity while minimising weight. Advanced construction methods, including precision engineering and modular onstruction, further contribute to the strength and resilience of MicroHomes.

Reinforced Foundations:

While traditional homes rely on concrete foundations for stability, MicroHomes feature reinforced undercarriages and chassis frames as their foundation. These structures are engineered to distribute weight evenly and withstand the dynamic forces exerted during towing, ensuring that the home remains securely anchored to the trailer and resilient to road vibrations and bumps and drastic lateral loads imposed by winds and passing traffic.

Regulatory Compliance:

In addition to structural considerations, MicroHomes must adhere to stringent regulatory standards governing highway safety and transportation. This includes compliance with weight limits, axle configurations, and safety regulations prescribed by relevant authorities. By meeting these requirements, MicroHomes ensure that their products are not only robust but also legally permissible for travel on public roads.

Cost Considerations:

While the upfront cost of a MicroHome may be higher per square meter than a traditional tiny home or granny flat, it’s essential to consider the value proposition it offers. The investment in durable
materials, specialised engineering, and compliance with transportation regulations contributes to the overall cost of a MicroHome. Additionally, the versatility and mobility of MicroHomes provide owners with the freedom to relocate and adapt to changing circumstances, adding to their long-term value.


Although MicroHomes have many additional options like slide out awning roof, pop up TV, voice activated lights & blinds as well as duress alarm for falls & medical events, They come with an impressive list of standard features. The standard features included are as follows:

Reverse cycle air con, automatic fresh air inlet system, bushfire rated double glazed windows, LED lighting, induction cook top, electric oven, flushing toilet with our (Easy Connect) sewerage management system, 900×1200 shower recess, 6 external flood lights & the widest legally registered home on wheels platform of 3.2m when the rest of the industry is restricted to 2.5m. Give us a call to experience the MicroHomes difference for yourself.