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Our approach to designing a beautiful functional home was to combine the factory built, foundation based, modular home industry with what makes an RV so popular, the ability to expand space when onsite.

So this is what we did;


We took what is GREAT about the recreational vehicle industry;


  • an expanded main floor living area in a road legal towing width,

  • MAIN floor bedrooms! 

We then removed what ISN'T GREAT about the recreational vehicle industry;

  • leaks,

  • not built for full time living,


We took what is GREAT about the factory built modular industry;


  • quality controlled indoor production environment 

  • onsite expansion of space


We then removed what ISN'T GREAT about the factory built modular; industry;

  • once installed onsite the home is there to stay

  • shipping of multiple modules and set up is costly

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SO why did we put SLIDE outs IN A TINY HOUSE?

Tiny homes on wheels are designed to be mobile, which limits the width to 8' 6". This width constraint limits floor plan options and places most bedrooms into a confined loft space with ceiling heights of less than 5'


The principles behind expanding the square footage at site has been the driving innovation in the recreational vehicle industry for over 25 years but absent from the tiny home industry until Zerosquared developed a propriety expand on site residential slide out module system built exclusively for tiny homes.

Zerosquared was the first and remains the only production tiny home company to feature integrated slide out modules that add up 126 sqft to a traditional tiny home main floor plan in a road legal towing platform


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But don't moving slides leak?

RV slides can, but NOT ours.

It's worth mentioning again, we are a modular home builder that provides the technology to transport the expanding modules with the home as it is transported. The only link to an RV slide system is the ability to open and close the modules vs being permanently installed.


Back to concerns of leaks. RV's are not built to be a housing solution, nor are they built from residential grade materials so when used as a permanent residence the continual wear and tear quickly degrades the slide system to the point they begin to leak or allow cold drafts to enter the space  


Zerosquared's proprietary 18' x 4' slide out modules are designed as a residential system built to residential standards, using residential materials and designed to last as long as a traditional home.


The space between our moving space and the main body of the house is only 1.25" wide, and is triple sealed (think car door) to repel water, air, debris and pests, and has a built-in drainage plane to move any water away from the house (think roof gutter and downspout)

A computer control system manages the movement of the spaces to ensure they stop where they need to, to guarantee a perfect weather tight seal each and every time.


Still concerned? We offer up to a 5yr warranty on the building envelope against leaks. That is the same as a residential new home warranty!

but what about the loss of heat and cold?

Temperature loss from the conditioned space occurs in two ways;

  • Convection refers to movement of the air through a gap in the construction like a crack or window that isn't well sealed  

  • Conduction refers to the heat that moves through solid materials, like insulation or the wooden studs on either side of it. 


How we prevent convection losses: Our triple seal which is located on all four sides of the slide opening consists of two baffle seals that reduce the volume and velocity of the wind and a third permanent seal (think car door) which does not allow the wind to pass from the outside to the inside.  


How we prevent conduction losses: The surface area of the opening between the slide and the main house is less than 1% of the overall wall surface area of the home so any losses due to conduction, (temp passing through the seals) is imperceptible.  

To summarize: The total heat loss experienced from the space between the main house and slide module is no more than the losses that you would see through the frame of a patio door or 1' x 1' dual pane window.


For homes that will never move we have a kit that covers the opening between the module and main body for a fully integrated solution.

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Have questions? Need answers? Book 30 mins with us

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but what about SERVICING, wear, tear & cost of repair?

Zerosquared's automated slide system is derived from the heavy mining and agricultural industry and is tested to 2000+ actuations. It is designed to operate in the harshest environments with no ongoing maintenance required.  


If you select the automated slide option the modules are moved via two high torque 12V electric motors that power a simple but robust rack and pinion gear system. The gear system is dry running which means it requires no lubrication or ongoing maintenance of any kind.


In an unlikely event the slide system is damaged the replacement costs for the components will not break the bank or require specialized service technicians to make any repairs. The most expensive component in the system are the 12V motors at around $500 USD each and can be replaced in minutes.

The seals that keep the wind and water out of the home are automotive grade and designed to last 20+ years before needing replacement. Think how often a car door seal needs to be further extend the lifespan of the seals we offer a decorative trim that can be placed over the seals to shield them from the effects of the suns UV rays.  



The Aurora

The Aurora features two of our propriety integrated modular expanding spaces that adds over 120 sqft to a traditional tiny house towing platform of equal length. Available in a length of 32' in a 8' 6" towing width that expands to 15' 6" onsite:

  • Main floor 399 sqft

  • Ground level queen bedroom

  • Plus up to two lofted bedrooms

  • Lofts 120 sqft

  • Full Size Kitchen, living and dining rooms


Due to ongoing supply chain impacts we have had to make the difficult decision to stop taking orders for our Aurora for the remainder of 2022


We can no longer adequately manage supply chain disruptions and customer expectations so we felt it best to stop taking orders for the remainder of 2022. We will reassess the future of the Aurora model in January 2023.

In order to focus on the production and sales support of our other models, we will not be responding to inquiries related to the Aurora and appreciate your understanding.

32' Aurora

  • Total Sqft. up to 519 SF

  • Main Floor sqft: 399

  • 32' L x 15.5' w (on set up) x 13' 4" h

  • Queen Bed Loft 1: 60 Sqft.

  • Queen Bed Loft 2 (optional): 60 Sqft.

  • Main Floor Queen Bedroom (king optional)

  • Shower or Tub

  • Sleeps up to: 8


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