Unified Construction Method® for Tiny House Vehicles
What is the Unified Construction Method®?
The Unified Construction Method® is a patent applied building method for tiny house vehicles (tiny houses on wheels/trailers) developed by Fred Schultz of Fred’s Tiny Houses Pty Ltd. Fred developed the Unified Construction Method® to make his tiny house vehicles safe to transport, suited to the Australian climate and comfortable to live in all year round .
How can I get the Unified Construction Method®?
Take our online course or come to our workshops to learn everything you need to know about how to build using the Unified Construction Method®. You receive the license to use the patented method for FREE.
Partner with Fred’s Tiny Houses to use the Unified Construction Method® on our trailers. Enjoy free promotion of tiny houses for sale and active referrals from Fred’s Tiny Houses to work with clients in your area. Not to mention consumer confidence in your product.
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Engage a Third Party Builder:
If you would like to engage a third party builder to build your tiny house using the Unified Construction Method®, you can.
When you order a trailer from us, let us know that you will be using a third party builder and we will quote you for the trailer and the license to use the UCM®.
Your builder will receive training on how to apply the UCM® to your tiny house and direct access to Fred to answer any questions. We will arrange checks with the builder at key points of development to ensure that they have applied the method correctly.
You will receive a compliance certificate from Fred’s Tiny Houses once your builder can prove compliance to the UCM®.
Protected under Australian and international patent:
The Unified Construction Method® is protected under an Australian and international patent application.
That means that using any one or up to all four elements of the Unified Construction Method® requires a license to do so. To use the Unified Construction Method® without a license may be an infringement of the patent rights.
To cause or enable another party, such as a trailer manufacturer or third party builder to use any one of the four elements of the Unified Construction Method® without a license may be considered to be contributory infringement of the patent rights.