This tiny house was on the road was involved in an accident between semi-trucks that resulted in major damage to the house and truck pulling it. This tiny house was known as the Wayzalot and over several years made many trips to RV shows, gatherings, and events. The driver suffered a broken ankle and the Wayzalot was towed, salvaged and dismantled.
The truck and tiny house had to be cut apart before they could be towed. The semis also sustained some damage in the accident.
One of the concerns of tiny houses is getting insurance, especially while being moved. Whenever we move a tiny house, we use a courier as they insured the tiny house for 100K. We have learned that by using a courier, it is a cost effective and wise choice.
We have heard a lot of comments about not being able to insure a tiny house, and it is strongly suggested that people talk to their insurance agents for the best options. This owner had insurance through Auto Owners and insured his as an additional vehicle with for material receipts and a little labor. The insurance company paid out the claim within 2 weeks and the owner then built the Wayzless…and that unit is also insured by the same provider.
We build tiny houses with a cold formed steel frame that is welded together for added strength and rigidity. Besides our tiny houses being resistant to molds, termites, vermin, fire; they are also 16X stronger than wood and are earthquake resistance.
Isn’t it about time YOU check out Tiny Green Cabins for added security in a tiny house.
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