Cover's client Patsy Spitta featured in this LA Times article on how backyard homes can help ease the housing crisis.
U.S. cities are rewriting regulations to enable more granny flats.
The new tool is designed to get homeowners over the first few hurdles for adding an ADU.
Leveraging some of its underlying tech, the housing startup assesses, plans, and designs from an app.
Today we launched a free planner tool that makes it easier than ever for homeowners in Los Angeles to explore what they can build in their backyard.
A startup called Cover is smoothing the process of building backyard homes by helping with the permitting, design, and construction.
Cover founders Jemuel Joseph and Alexis Rivas are featured in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for Manufacturing and Industry for their work at Cover.
Cover uses robotics to design livable structures
It looks like the MacBook of prefab homes
The stylish unit took three months to design and install
Specializing in customized modular units for residential backyard use, the Los Angeles-based startup Cover is out to transform the market with their high-quality prefabs.
Cover wants to bring small, pre-fabricated living spaces into the backyards of the country's hottest real estate markets.
A startup out of Los Angeles, California, wants to bring small, pre-fabricated living spaces into the backyards of the country's hottest real estate markets.
General Catalyst and Khosla Ventures, both top tier Silicon Valley venture capital funds led the funding round. Fifty Years VC and HyperSpeed Ventures participated.
A technology-driven home-building company in California says it is "doing for homes what Tesla is doing for the car".
Cover, a technology startup in Los Angeles, is bringing the design, engineering, and manufacturing of prefabs into the 21st century.
Cover homes combine the cost efficiency and short build times of prefabrication with quality materials and bespoke, architect-designed detailing.