Tiny houses
Modular houses
Mobile Homes

ecological | economical | high quality

Would you like to build an ecological, economical and at the same time high-quality Tiny House?
Then find out more about the advantages of Leidorf solid wood construction:

Short
Construction time

The Tiny House can be completely furnished. Prepared in this way, the mini house can be assembled in just a few hours.

Quality from Austria

The Tiny Houses are manufactured in Austria.

Solid wood
CLT

The walls and ceilings of the Leidorf solid wood tiny houses are made of solid wood | CLT. The sustainable material is extremely stable.

Ecological
Materials

We are happy to use natural insulation materials, wooden windows or wooden boarding - all according to your ideas.

We deliver your
Tiny-House
Modular house

We deliver your new home - whether it's a Tiny House Mobile Home or a modular house. One module with approx. 25 m2, two modules with 50 m2 or three modules with approx. 75 m2. The modules can all be arranged at ground level. A 2-storey version is also possible. The foundations are laid using strip foundations or so-called screw foundations. Do you need a mobile home? Then we can also mount your Tiny House on a swap body or trailer.

Walls and ceilings made of solid wood | CLT

The construction of our micro houses is solid. Walls and ceilings are made of cross laminated timber | CLT. You can also leave the solid wood visible inside. This creates a pleasant, warm atmosphere in the house. Because the modules are prefabricated in our factory, they can be assembled on the building site in a very short time.

Indicative prices
Tiny house:

Basic
from 2.600 €/m²

Solid wood CLT construction
simple equipment
Plastic windows
electric shading

Basic +
from 3.000 €/m²

Solid wood CLT construction
Plastic-aluminium
Windows
electric shading
Insect screen
Basic interior doors

Premium
from 3.250 €/m²

Solid wood CLT construction
Wood-Aluminium-
Windows
electric shading
Insect screen
Premium interior doors

Premium +
from 3.800 €/m²

Solid wood CLT construction
Wood-Aluminium-
Windows
electric shading
Insect screen
Premium interior doors
High quality equipment
Room-high French doors

You can contact us here
and request information about the Tiny Houses:

Flexible size
and shape

We are flexible in the composition of the floor plan. In addition to the standard modules, individual building shapes are also possible, such as a Tiny House with a gable roof, barrel roof or pent roof. When it comes to the furnishings, we are guided by your ideas and your budget. Everything is possible here, from solid wood shell construction to turnkey furnishings.

Also larger units and 2-storey modules

The prefabricated modular houses can also be assembled into larger units. 2-storey modules are also possible. In this way, entire residential complexes, holiday home parks or even offices can be created.

From the summer house to the holiday resort

A Tiny House can be a single office in the garden, but also a complete holiday complex. With the prefabricated modules, we are extremely flexible and also versatile in use. We would be happy to advise you on your project.

A Tiny House can also look like this

What do you think of a Tiny House with a gable roof, a large glass surface and a modern façade? The gable roof and the generous glass surfaces make the Tiny House look very spacious on the inside. It is important to think about the shading of the glass surfaces in advance.

What is a Tiny House | Modular House | Mobile Home?

Tiny House

A Tiny House is usually a small, transportable house, usually mounted on wheels. It is a self-contained housing unit often built from sustainable materials and usually has a limited floor space. Tiny Houses are often designed for a single person or a couple and offer the basic functions of a normal house, including a kitchen, a bathroom and a sleeping area.

Modular house

A modular house consists of prefabricated modules that are produced in a factory and then assembled on site. These modules can serve different functions, such as bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, living room, etc. The modules can be combined and adapted as needed to create larger living spaces. Unlike Tiny Houses, modular houses usually do not have their own drive and are not mounted on wheels. However, they can be mobile or stationary depending on the design and foundation.

Mobile Home

A Mobile Home is a form of prefabricated housing specifically designed for transport and permanent installation on a property. These homes are often larger than Tiny Houses and modular homes and offer more space and comfort. Mobile Homes are usually mounted on a trailer and can either be moved on wheels or permanently installed on a property. They are often designed as low-cost housing solutions and offer various equipment options.

How to create an office module in the garden

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The prefabricated module
With us at the factory
Tiny House Kran
Unloading the module
This is where the longitudinal façades and the interior fittings are assembled.
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Transport of the module
to the customer
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The office module
is set up in the customer's garden.

This is how to assemble your Tiny House step by step:

Solid wood

The shell for our Tiny houses is made of solid wood | CLT. So you can easily hammer a nail into the wall.

Floor
heating

installed by specialist companies from the region. The floor is laid on top of this

Windows and electrical

are installed by specialist companies from the region. All that remains is to connect the electricity.

Stairs

Ready to install | here the staircase was also made of cross laminated timber | CLT

Wooden formwork

The modules are also finished on the outside by our partner. Here, for example, with horizontal cladding in grey with black shadow gaps.

Modules ready mounted

At the construction site, the modules are placed on the foundations by assembly partners, and the building services are connected. Done!

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These are the 8 most important
Advantages of a Tiny House:

Tiny Houses offer several environmental benefits that can contribute to a more sustainable lifestyle:

Lower
Resources-
consumption

Tiny Houses are significantly smaller than conventional homes, resulting in lower consumption of building materials, energy and water. This reduces the ecological footprint when building and operating the house.

Energy-
efficiency

Due to their small size, Tiny Houses require less energy for heating, cooling and lighting. They can also be equipped with energy-efficient technologies such as solar panels, renewable heating systems and energy-efficient appliances to further reduce energy consumption.

Reduced
Waste

Building Tiny Houses generates less construction waste compared to larger houses. In addition, living in a small space often requires more conscious consumption, thereby reducing overall waste.

Better
Use
from surfaces

Tiny Houses promote a more efficient use of land as they can be placed on smaller plots. This can contribute to the avoidance of excessive land sealing and the preservation of natural areas.

Mobility
and transport

Some Tiny Houses are mounted on trailers and can be mobile. This allows residents to change their place of residence as needed, which can reduce the need for new building land. It can also reduce commuting, as Tiny House owners can settle near their workplace more often.

Closeness to nature

As Tiny Houses are often placed on smaller plots of land or in rural areas, this can allow residents to have a closer connection to nature. This can raise awareness of environmental issues and encourage a more sustainable lifestyle.

Water-
savings

Due to their smaller size, Tiny Houses require less water to operate, whether for daily use or for watering gardens.

Minimalism and
Consumption reduction

Living in a Tiny House often requires a reduction of possessions and promotes a minimalist lifestyle. This can help reduce overproduction and overconsumption, which has a positive impact on the environment.

It is important to note that the environmental benefits of Tiny Houses are highly dependent on factors such as location, construction, energy sources and individual behaviour. Nevertheless, Tiny Houses can be an interesting option for people looking for more environmentally friendly housing alternatives.