Nick Mosley is President and Co-Founder of California Tiny House, Inc. Starting at a very young age he and his four brothers learned all the trades associated with the construction field from their father Pat. Nick and his father decided to start the company after spending many years as high-end remodeling contractors. Their unique approach to tiny home building has a strong focus on livability and spacious design elements.
Owning and operating a true family business is a blessing for Nick. He is privileged to work with all four of his brothers, his father and additionally his wife. From website building, design, construction, bookkeeping, social media and sales, Nick, is very involved in every aspect of the company. In a few short years and a lot of hard work, the Mosley Family and California Tiny House have become one of the premier Tiny House builders in the nation.
California Tiny House, in addition to being on the forefront of design concepts focused around livability, have also been crucial in new zoning regulations for tiny house placement nationwide. Nick and Pat with the help of local officials and family friends were able to pass an ordinance that allows residents of Fresno, Ca to legally dwell in tiny houses on wheels. This ordinance made Fresno the first city in the nation to allow full time legal living and or rental of a tiny home on wheels. Since then Nick and his father have given aide to any city in the nation that wanted legal tiny living.
Nick and his family are very active within local and statewide school districts. For the past two years they have been holding workshops to train CTE teachers throughout California to adapt and build tiny houses as curriculum in their schools. They currently have 7 schools building tiny homes and plan to have many more in the near future.
Nick and California Tiny House have been featured on HGTV, various news outlets, documentaries, radio stations, and featured in various web articles/ magazines. He spoke at last year’s Tiny House Jamboree alongside Zack Giffin to discuss the tiny house movement, tiny house zoning and the need for national affordable/ attainable housing.