KIRKLAND, Wash. — Today, Homegrown Trailers releases its much-anticipated Timberline model, which is designed for property owners who are seeking to add mobile dwelling units with minimal hassle to sites like guest lodges, wineries, event venues, and myriad other locations. It is also ideal for full-time RVers, travelers who take long trips, large families, extreme weather users, and people who simply want more space and amenities (including an indoor shower).
Like the company’s original Woodland model, the Timberline features a beautiful and durable natural aesthetic with sustainably sourced woods, healthy and non-toxic materials, and other renewable components. Both models are constructed by a group of talented artisans in Washington state, using high-quality and low-waste construction methods.
The Timberline unit is 23-feet long, 7-feet 11-inches wide, and 8-feet 11-inches high with a dry weight of 3,950 pounds. It has multiple layouts, including sleeping options for three to six people with a choice of bunk beds or a dinette. The standard model contains 600-800 watts of solar panels and 3.6-6 kilowatts of lithium-ion battery capacity as well as shore power (grid connected) hookups. A shore power only model is also available for onsite applications.
More features of the Timberline model include:
- Wet bath with indoor shower and toilet
- Freshwater system with hot water (23.5-gallon total capacity)
- Premium and long-lasting tongue-and-groove siding
- Pneumatic trailer brakes
- High-efficiency under-the-counter refrigerator (3.1 cubic feet)
- Two-burner induction cooktop
- Multiple 120-volt and USB power outlets
- Spacious kitchen area with generous counter space and a large sink
- Ample floor space, headroom and storage
- Large windows for lots of light and airflow
- Heat and air conditioning are optional
Homegrown Trailers is currently accepting orders via its Timberline web page, http://www.homegrowntrailers.com/timberline, where customers can choose customization options and secure their place in the production queue with a $5,000 deposit. Units will begin shipping in the fall of 2017.
To commemorate the launch of the new model and generate excitement in the greater Pacific Northwest, company co-founder and CEO, Corey Weathers, is taking a two-part roadshow through Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Oregon, and California. Interested businesses or individuals in those states should contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about dates and schedule a meeting.
There will also be opportunities to view the Timberline unit in the Puget Sound region at the company’s Kirkland headquarters during the week of August 28 – September 13 as well as on an ongoing basis starting in October 2017. Please contact Homegrown Trailers at the email address above or (425) 892-8566.
Source: Homegrown Trailers press release