The ADU modular units are built using a 8x8 cube system. The interior is 8x8 and the exterior adds another foot. For instance, the 300 sq. ft. unit is a 2x2 modular unit. The 450 sq. ft is a 3x2 modular unit and 600 sq. ft is a 3x3 and so on. Additional square footage is available per square footage based on your unit.

The cost for the following modular units are:

300 sq. ft - Starting at $28,000* (2x2)
450 sq. ft. -Starting at $39,000* (3x2)
600 sq. ft. -Starting at $49,000* (3x3)

Telescoping stilts for flotation is an additional $15,000. This new feature includes utility and water systems that are manufactured using a plex material that stretches, and collapses and will rise to allow for uninterrupted flow of utilities.

*Additional taxes vary by state. Custom fees vary by country.

The structures come with standard equipment which consist of:
  • Electrical distribution box with six circuits
  • General lighting
  • Four weatherproof power outlets (optional)
  • Angled external roof for snow/rain runoff (optional)
  • 4-inch insulated quad door system with two inward and two upward opening doors (optional)
  • Upgrades and items available including telescoping stilts for leveling. And floatation buoys for flood zones.
  • Flat roof, fully sealed with gutter.
  • Useable space on roof for roof gardens or recreations.
  • Regular residential doors.
More information on the specifications and elevations are coming soon. Off-The-Grid options are also available.
Due to the modular concept in design, some buildings can be sent for delivery in 48 hours and no more than 5 weeks.
The entire cost of the modular unit including transport within the United States is included in the total cost. Shipping internationally, is determined by country and custom regulations.
Absolutely. The process starts by reviewing your needs, the number of bedrooms, bathrooms and square feet. We are able to alter many plans to fit the site to utilize the natural surroundings. If you have a plan design, just send us the floor plan and elevation to review so we can determine the best modular home design for you.

Finishing packages are being put together which will allow you to choose a selection of tile, flooring and lighting.
We can recommend local contractors and interior designers.
The structures come with standard equipment which consist of:

  • Electrical distribution box with six circuits
  • General lighting
  • Four weatherproof power outlets (optional)
  • Angled external roof for snow/rain runoff (optional)
  • 4-inch insulated quad door system with two inward and two upward opening doors (optional)
  • Upgrades and items available including telescoping stilts for leveling. And floatation buoys for flood zones.
  • Flat roof, fully sealed with gutter.
  • Useable space on roof for roof gardens or recreations.
  • Regular residential doors.
An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is a small or tiny house on the same property (usually in the backyard) of a larger, existing home. Many towns allow accessory dwelling units in some neighborhoods but the rules vary greatly. Below are examples, but be sure to check with your local zoning board to find out what the regulations are for your property. For more information on the sample rules and regulations, go to: https://americantinyhouseassociation.org/accessory-dwelling-units/.

New laws effective January 1, 2018
Recent state legislation provides clarification and fee assistance for the creation of ADUs. Governor Brown signed two separate bills on October 8, 2017: SB 229 (Wieckowski) and AB 494 (Bloom).

These bills, effective January 1, 2018, clarify and improve various provisions of the law to promote the development of ADUs, including allowing ADUs to be built concurrently with a single-family home, opening areas where ADUs can be built to include all zoning districts that allow single-family uses, modifying fees from utilities, such as special districts and water corporations, and reducing parking requirements. Please see the HCD Technical Assistance Memorandum: Accessory Dwelling Unit Legislation (SB 229 & AB 494) (PDF), dated May 29, 2018, for further information.

For more information go to: http://www.hcd.ca.gov/policy-research/AccessoryDwellingUnits.shtml
One of the benefits of adding a modular unit is for extra income to help offset your mortgage or lifestyle expenses. Again, please check with your local city planning department when you permit.
It has been particularly true for those who own houses on wheels, also known as movables. They’re generally classified as recreational vehicles, which means the only legal place they can stay is at an RV park — and usually there’s a limit on length of stay. For states that have approved zoning, please go to: https://americantinyhouseassociation.org/ for more information and updates. Also, check with your RV parks on length of stay for Tiny Homes prior to purchasing a Tiny Home.
Our structures have the highest safety ratings possible, with 130 mile per hour wind rates, which make the structures suitable for areas prone to natural disasters or environmental challenges.

Our patented modular units are fire, earthquake and flood proof and offer affordability and flexibility. In addition, our new feature includes utility and water systems that are manufactured using a plex material that stretches, and collapses and will rise to allow for uninterrupted flow of utilities.

The composite boards are made of are MGO + EPS+SIP:

MGO = Magnesium Oxide
EPS = Expanded Polystyrene
SIP = Structural Insulated Panel

The boards can withstand 800 degree heat without burning or smoking.

We will soon be offering finishing packages which will allow you to choose a selection of tile, flooring and lighting.
Our structures have the highest safety ratings possible, with 130 mile per hour wind rates, which make the structures suitable for areas prone to natural disasters or environmental challenges.

Our patented modular units are fire, earthquake and flood proof and offer affordability and flexibility. In addition, our new feature includes utility and water systems that are manufactured using a plex material that stretches, and collapses and will rise to allow for uninterrupted flow of utilities.

The composite boards are made of are MGO + EPS+SIP:
  • MGO = Magnesium Oxide
  • EPS = Expanded Polystyrene
  • SIP = Structural Insulated Panel


The boards can withstand 800 degree heat without burning or smoking.
You sure can. Any ADU can have solar panels. We can recommend a few reputable solar companies our local area.
The patented G-cell structure consists of exterior footprint dimensions of 40 x 27’ and 15 feet high. Inside dimensions are 35 x 25’, or 950 ft. and 12 feet high. These cells are fully insulated and come as a clean room class, which is ideal for cultivation and other environments requiring clean structures. The system’s highly insulated construction consists of 2 x 4” structural insulated panels plus a 4-inch air gap, R-valve in excess of R48, R3.75 per inch for SIP and R5 per inch air gap for complete environmental control. The cells can be fully washed down with each HDPE internals, which is FDA food grade. Steel sections are all epoxy coated.

The structures come with standard equipment which consist of:

  • Electrical distribution box with six circuits
  • General lighting
  • Four weatherproof power outlets (optional)
  • Angled external roof for snow/rain runoff (optional)
  • 4-inch insulated quad door system with two inward and two upward opening doors (optional)
  • Upgrades and items available including telescoping stilts for leveling. And floatation buoys for flood zones.
  • Flat roof, fully sealed with gutter.
  • Useable space on roof for roof gardens or recreations.
  • Regular residential doors.