More than a Tiny Home!

Petite Homes MAKEs THE PROCESS of building a tiny home SIMPLE.

The Craftman - Front View

With build prices starting at $225,000, The Craftsman by Petite Homes is a perfect fit for your backyard. Use it as a rental income property, additional family space or an in-law suite!

Petite Homes currently services the municipalities of Windsor, Essex, and Amherstburg, Ontario.

Properties in other regional Southwest Ontario municipalities may be eligible depending on your local ADU bylaws. Please get in touch to find out!

How It Works

Step 1 - Property Review

We’ll review your property to determine if it’s eligible for a Petite Home model.

Step 2 - Introductory Call

If your property is approved, we’ll set up a call with you to talk about the Petite Homes process and answer any questions you might have.

Step 3 - Design Meeting

You’ll meet with our interior designer to select your trim & finish packages, and to make any customizations to your Craftsman that you may want.

Step 4 - Initial Deposit

Once you’ve signed off on the packages and any customizations, your initial deposit is collected to get things rolling.

Step 5 - Finalize Schedules and Permits

During this stage, we’ll be working behind the scenes to develop your build schedule and acquire the necessary permits from your municipality.

Step 6 - Delivery of Plans and Permits and Second Instalment Payment

We deliver your approved plans and permits to you.  At this stage, the second instalment payment is due. 

Step 7 - Begin Construction

We will introduce you to our local contractor that will be building your new home and handling the balance of the build payments, less your deposit and instalment paid to us. Most builds take between 6-8 weeks, during which time we’ll stay with you every step of the way until the day you move in!  

Get Started

The first step is finding out if your property qualifies for a Petite Homes build. With some quick info from you, our team will find out if your property qualifies and answer any questions you might have.