Ridge Runner Tiny Homes is officially closed as a business entity.

Life has taken some twists and turns, such as the birth of a daughter, surgery, and some potential professional moves.

I may still blog about tiny homes, but the business is closed before it ever officially opened.



8 thoughts on “Home”

    1. Hi Jamie! Unfortunately, a family medical emergency put things on hold for a few weeks, but it looks like I will be able to get back to finishing things up this weekend. If you want, I can drop you a line when things go live. 🙂

  1. Hi, I am in Huntsville and, until I found this blog I have felt like I was totally alone! I am planning to build a tiny house as soon as I can figure out what to do with my too big home. I have land in Toney and would love to talk to you as soon as you get up and running. Please let me know when you are available.

    1. Hi Pam! No, you are not alone in Northern Alabama. 🙂 Currently, I am on a 6 month assignment in D.C., but will be back in Huntsville in August. I hope to have everything up and running on the website by then obviously, and would love to meet and discuss your plans once I am back home.

  2. I am moving to Knoxville December 2014 and I want to find someone to build me a basic tiny house. Need full bathroom and air conditioning. Some of the prices I have seen for tiny houses are completely outrageous. Here in Florida, we can buy a 3 bedroom home for those prices. I do want a well constructed exterior.

    1. Susan,

      Thanks for the inquiry! I quite understand your sticker shock when looking at some of the prices out there for tiny houses, especially those from the West Coast. Based upon the minimal information you provided above, I would say that something in the 16 to 20 foot range would be acceptable for your needs. Here in the mid-south, this will run you up to around $30,000 depending upon length and how finished the tiny home is (you can knock some off of the price if you are willing to put in some sweat equity).

      However, I unfortunately am not yet set up to build tiny homes, and will not be prior to your move in December. I have the land for a workshop, but need to get an existing mobile home cleared off of it before I can start building the workshop. Once that is completed, I will be able to start offering built tiny homes. If you wish to read a little more about why I am turning down the opportunity to build until the shop is ready, please take a look at this blog post.

      Good luck in your search, and if for whatever reason you are still in the market for a tiny home in the Spring, please keep me in mind!

  3. Hello,
    I was looking at your images and would like to ask permission to use some of these for a training manual for my company CalCERTS here in California. We lack good diagrams for training and ran across the ones that directed me here. I realize you may not be working now but if possible i would like your permission to use the water heater diagrams. Your name would be listed as the source for our Statewide manual. You can reach me at Roy@calcerts.com to reply. Thank you for your consideration.

    Roy Mittleider
    Sr. Instructor
    CalCERTS, Inc.

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