Who We Are

Located in Boone, NC, Carolina Tiny Homes strives to build the highest quality vans and tiny homes at the most competitive prices. We work one on one with you to create a beautiful, functional, and original design to fulfill your nomadic dreams! From the weekend camper to the most hardcore off grid boon-docker, we take the complexities of this endeavor and simplify them for your peace of mind; leaving you confident and well informed. Honesty, communication, and integrity are the cornerstones of who we are and we strive to uphold this. Feel free to give us a call even if you’re just curious about the van or tiny life. We look forward to hearing from you!

Witts Ford Transit conversion 2

What We Do

Full Van Builds

Start to finish. Our basicĀ full build package start at just $14,400 and include everything you need to hit the road in as little as 3 weeks. These are highly customizable to make it truly unique and set your van apart from the rest.

Custom Van Builds

We work one on one with you to create a unique van from the ground up. After a design is nailed down bring us your van and we’ll spend some time together laying tape on the floor and ironing out the details. Then we’ll take it from there! From initial prep to the final touch ups.

Partial Van Builds

Want to build your cabinets, but don’t know where to start with electrical? Let us help you with that! We offer partial builds, commonly referred to as a “rough in” to allow you to do the finish work. To see the stipulations to this, please check out our blog post “CTH Build Process and FAQ”.


Windows, vent fans, solar panel mounting, back up cameras, etc. All the little gadgets and aftermarket parts that you may not feel comfortable installing yourself.

Kirsten's Sprinter Build 1

About The Builder

Hey! My name is Alex, and I’m the owner operator of Carolina Tiny Homes. I’ve been in construction my entire life from the time I was old enough for my father to take me out to job sites. I’ve worked many trades with an emphasis on residential and commercial electrical. I spent several years building engine dynamometer facilities all over the USA for Toyota, Hendrick, Roush Yates, MTU, and others. I’ve installed electrical systems, built control panels as well as industrial instrumentation, and even spent a summer building boat docks on Lake Norman. I have keen eye for detail and high standards for my work; which is why I take such pride in it. I love what I do. Working with people, collaborating ideas, and turning that vision into reality is what I live for.