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Here at TLC, we truly understand what it means to embrace the tiny lifestyle.  Living in our own tiny creations, we've been through the design and build processes, and are here to help you get through your own!

Working as structural engineers, with about 10 years of combined experience in marine structures, bridge design and analysis, and pedestrian structures, we're no strangers to the design process, and have the technical chops to take the more complicated pieces off of your plate!

We offer a wide range of services throughout the design and construction processes.  Whether you're looking for help in optimizing the layout of your van, wondering what might be the right size loft to build in your tiny home, or trying to make sense of which controls and monitors you need for your off-grid electrical system, we can step in and provide guidance.

Having been through these steps ourselves, we know it can all be quite overwhelming and we're here to help.  If you don't see exactly what you're looking for here, reach out!  We'd love to chat and see what we might be able to do!

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Recent Developments

We are happy to announce the launch of our new website!  Check back often as we are adding content daily and will soon have our Instructional Publications on off-grid systems, campervan conversions, and tiny houses available for download and purchase.

Always available, our custom designs are available in 3D renderings and 2D plans.  Just request a quote now!

Our Expertise
Design and Layouts
Off-Grid Optimization
1 on 1 or Online Consultations
Electrical Systems
Water Systems
LPG and Natural Gas
Code Compliance

Our Newest News: The addition of a rainwater collection and filtration system on the "Broken Anker" tiny home model has increased the sustainability of the home.  Previously, water fill-ups were required every two to three weeks for the large onboard storage tanks.  Now the tanks are filled by the push of a button from the exterior rain barrels after going through a series of filters that remove everything from bacteria and chemical taste followed by a UV light tube that kills any viruses.  These filters are just added precautions given that the rain, after traveling over the roof and through the gutter system, has been tested clean from all contaminants.