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Build & Customize Your House Kit. Sale prices start at $60,000. See more ideas about round house, round house plans, house design. In 10. Tiny homes on. Welcome to Aussie Tiny Houses. With over 35 years of experience in the building and design industry, we specialise in building the Australian tiny house. This Amazon tiny house kit is currently on sale and going for nearly $2000 less than its original price for a limited time.

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ABOUT

 

Who we are

We believe in the tiny dream: financial independence, freedom and living in a smaller footprint.  Our mission is to educate and empower people to do the same.

Want to build your own tiny home?  We offer kits and shells to get you there.  Want us to build it for you?  We've got you covered!  Want to learn more about design, code, zoning, and overcoming the hurdles of going tiny, like financing and insurance? Attend our classes, hands-on workshops or get a consultation to learn more about building and living tiny.

What's in a name?  The "121" in our name is the longitude of Bend, OR, our home base.  But it also reflects our approach to business, giving customers 1-2-1 attention throughout the entire process--from planning to delivery of your tiny house.  And if you're not located in scenic Central Oregon, that's okay.  We serve Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, Montana and Utah.  But even if you're outside those areas, drop us a line with your tiny idea!

 

WHY we're different

We're bonded and insured, and a member of the American Tiny House Association (ATHA).  Our builds are certified by the National Organization of Alternative Housing (NOAH), and we adhere to Appendix Q Tiny Houses part of the 2018 International Residential Code (IRC), allowing people to receive a Certificate of Occupancy (COO) for their tiny house when built to meet the provisions of the adopted code appendix.  That also means we can put your tiny house on a foundation, so if you're thinking about an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU), we can do that.

Our homes are built with steel, which is 25x stronger and 40-60% lighter than wood, and everything is built in our indoor shop, out of the elements.

We also offer kits and shells, if you'd like to do some of the work yourself.

 

Associations

Our goal is to support tiny house enthusiasts who are seeking creative and affordable housing as part of a more sustainable and self-reliant lifestyle.

 

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financing & Insurance

Partners

Independent, nation-wide inspection and certification services for tiny houses.

 

Based in Portland, Oregon, Iron Eagle is leading the tiny home industry in providing superior trailers specifically designed for moveable tiny homes.

 

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As a specialty insurance company, we serve our markets by providing insurance choices that may not be offered by other companies

 

Need help financing your tiny home?  Head over to our Financing page to learn more about some options:
Источник: https://www.121tinyhomes.com/about

Best Cheap Tiny House Kits You Can Buy

You can buy almost anything online, even a tiny house. Believe it or not, tiny houses can be bought online, shipped to you in boxed packages filled with the materials and instructions to put the house together on your own.

If you just want the tiny house lifestyle experience without too much of the construction experience, this might be your perfect choice.

Here are our top picks for cheap tiny house kits on the market today, accounting for price and quality:

  1. Vermont Cottage
  2. Arched Cabin Pre-Made Kits
  3. Artisan Tiny House on Wheels Kit
  4. Lillevilla Escape Wood Cabin
  5. BZBCabins Lakeview Cabin
  6. The Countryside

What is a Tiny House Kit?

A tiny house kit is an unassembled tiny house that you buy as a package and put together yourself. This gives tiny house enthusiasts the experience of building their own tiny house without the steep learning curve required to construct a tiny house from scratch.

For those who choose to go with a kit instead of learning how to build a tiny house scratch, the most difficult choice involved is deciding which kit is best for you.

Aside from the ease of building straight from a kit, another great advantage from using a kit is that it can often be much more affordable, as buying the entire house together as an unassembled package cuts costs for the manufacturer. This means that for people who are looking for the most cost-effective option, a kit can be a great option to choose.

Should I Buy a Tiny House Kit Instead of Building a Tiny House?

Deciding on whether you should go with a kit or a tiny house built from scratch depends on what you want out of your tiny home experience. For some enthusiasts, the build itself is a huge part of the experience. Learning exactly what goes into putting together a home and just knowing that you’ve built your home from scratch is a major selling-point for most in the tiny home community.

For others, the build doesn’t matter so much. After all, building your tiny home might just take a few weeks or months; the living itself can last for years if not decades. If you are interested in tiny homes more for the lifestyle rather than experience of planning, designing, and customizing your own home, then a kit might be the better option for you.

It should also be noted that most kits are meant for a foundation, rather than tiny homes on wheels. It can be much more difficult to find an affordable kit meant for a trailer, so if you are looking for tiny homes on wheels, a kit may not be right for you.

Finally, remember: a kit only includes less than half of the work involved in putting together a tiny home. You will still need to figure out how to turn your structure into a livable home, with necessities like plumbing, and electricity, and more.

Pros and Cons of a Tiny House Kit

ProsCons
You can build your tiny home in a fraction of the timeYou don’t get the chance to personalize and customize the design and build of your home
You don’t have to worry about all the individual materials involvedYou are stuck with a set of materials and don’t have much wiggle room to change them
A lot of the work is streamlinedThere will still be additional work needed after you have put the kit together
It can be a lot more cost-effective to buy everything as a single packageMost kits are meant for a foundation, not a trailer, meaning they’re not so great if you want wheels

Our Top Affordable Tiny House Kits

Vermont Cottage

Best Price: $12,839

The Vermont Cottage is an all-time favorite in kits made by tiny homes builder, Jamaica Cottage Shop. They make their kit as simple as possible with numbering and color-coding, meaning even if you’ve never worked with your hands before, you can probably successfully put together the Vermont Cottage.

This kit features a single room with a front porch, as well as a sleeping loft and all the basics you would need in a tiny home. While they offer three different sizes for their pre-cut kits, the most affordable package is for the 16x20 ft home, coming in at $12,839.

Arched Cabin Pre-Made Kits

Best Price: $7,260

The Arched Cabin designs aren’t what you would typically think of when envisioning tiny homes; on their own sites, they say that their cabins are best used as hunting lodges, storage sheds, guest house, or just places to sleep. But with the right tweaks, there’s no reason why they couldn’t be converted into the perfect tiny home.

The most affordable price they offer is $1320 for an 8x8 ft home, although it is little more than a shell of a home with none of the features you need to live in it. For a 12x24 ft home with the necessary upgrades for a proper DIY build, you can purchase it for just $7260; more if you want one with a greater square feet area. If you are willing to spend a bit more, you can opt for the wider cabins at 16x24 ft for just $8850.

Artisan Tiny House on Wheels Kit

Best Price: $12,000

If a tiny home on a foundation is not for you, Artisan Tiny House offers a great tiny home on wheels kit with the trailer include, with the possible option of customizing the trailer if needed. It offers all the basics you would want from tiny homes on wheels, including lightweight and eco-friendly structural insulated panels.

Like other kit manufacturers, their price depends on the size you choose. At the smallest option of 133 square feet, you can get the kit for just $12,000.

Lillevilla Escape Wood Cabin

Best Price: $4,690

The Lillevilla Escape, 113 square foot cabin by Allwood is a great way to dip your toes in the tiny house experience without too much of an investment. This is definitely one of the most affordable complete home kits on the market, coming in at just $4690.

So what do you get with the Lillevilla Escape kit? A 113-square foot cabin made completely of wood, with its own porch. While this is definitely an inexpensive choice, it also requires you to do a lot of other work as you outfit the house to truly be tiny house livable.

BZBCabins Lakeview Cabin

Best Price: $7,850

If you want a pleasing wood cabin like the Lillevilla Escape but you need a bit more inside space, then you might like the Lakeview Log Cabin kit from BZBCabins. This kit makes building a log cabin easy, with inclusions such as doors, wall logs, windows, boards, floor joists, as well as all-complete instructions to get you through the build.

And at just $7850, it’s more than a fair deal. With 209 square feet inside the home and a height of nearly 12 feet, this is one kit that won’t make you feel squeezed once inside of it.

Best Price: ~$7,000

The Countryside is a favorite when it comes to house kits – a beautiful layout, a great exterior design, and enough space at 203 square feet to make you forget you’re in a tiny house (and maybe even install a home office).

Built on a steady steel trailer with wheels, this is the ideal kit for those looking for mobile living. Depending on the upgrades and features you include, the kit comes in at a surprisingly low price tag of $7000. Why wouldn’t you get this kit?

Tiny House Kit – The Tiny House Experience Without the Expertise

Tiny house living should be for everyone who wants it, which is what makes the kit option so great – you don’t have to become an expert builder just to try your hand at putting together your own tiny home.

Whether you are looking for one with a foundation, one with a trailer, or a tiny house with whatever features you might need, there are tons of builders that can include your custom needs.

Manuela and Ivan from Tiny House Bloom

Hey, there! We're Ivan and Manuela from Croatia, and we're crazy about tiny houses. We don't own one (yet).

This website is a result of our passion to share all the knowledge, photos, tips and tricks that we were able to learn while studying everything possible about the tiny house movement.

Источник: https://tinyhousebloom.com/cheap-tiny-house-kits/

THE Vision

We are the Okanagan's premier tiny home builder, located in heart of British Columbia. Our vision was born on the prospect of sustainability, freedom and versatility. The moment we saw the potential in a tiny home, we were hooked! The Okanagan has so much to offer and we felt like we were always too busy to grasp all of its glory. The decision was simple, we knew we could bring the tiny home movement into our lives and indroduce it to the Okanagan Valley. We know the Okanagan building standards are high, so each of our tiny homes is gleaming with charm, quality and craftsmenship. Each tiny home is hand crafted in Vernon British Columbia, with the ability to bring your home to you. Let Summit Tiny Homes be the craftsmen of your dreams and lets get started building your vision today!    

LIVE Simple

LIVE Free

LIVE Smart

Living smaller means living simpler. Without the stress of maintaining, paying and worrying about a large home gives you the opportunity to live simple, without sacrificing on beauty, quality and luxury.

Freedom is the ultimate goal. Debt is one of hurdles holding most people back from being free. Living tiny gives you the freedom you need, to travel, to relax, to explore and most important, to live.

Less is more! Our tiny homes embrace efficiency, small footprint, environmental impact and sustainable living. With designs that target all of these important characteristics, we all benefit.

THE Process 

      Estimate Form

 Fill out our customizedestimate creatoron this website to get a price range for your dream tiny home.

1

        Design Fee and Build Spot Deposit

We will work with you to create your vision into a 3D rendering, and floor plan. The build deposit will reserve you a spot in our build schedule.

2

         Initial Payment

This payment gets your build to the lock up stage. Although the building process is quick, the process does take some time before we start construction. All our tiny house trailers are custom built, once an order is placed the trailer is put into production. Once we receive your trailer, we are ready to start your build.

3

        Second Payment 

This payment gets the building process finished. This includes all the finishes, fixtures, appliances and everything required to get your tiny home complete.

4

        Final Payment 

Once the building process is complete and you are happy with the finished product we collect your final payment. Once the final payment is cleared we hand over the keys for you to enjoy!

5

LEARN MORE

ClientTestimonials  

Claudia 

Langley, Canada 

Kathleen

Vernon, Canada 

"I am happy to say that working with Oliver and his wife Cera has been a wonderful journey. They are lovely people, and their experience, knowlege and patience make them super to work with. Knowing they are just a phone call away really helps. All of my friends love the tiny house and can't get over the quality of every part of it"

"Summit Tiny Homes has been wonderfully flexible and accommodating in helping me create my own custom tiny home. They were patient and knowledgable with my inexperience and really helped me to understand what it was I wanted and how best to attain it. I appreciated your willingness to work within my budget and the down to earth gentleness with which you brought my expectations into alignment with reality.Thank you guys so much for taking on my project. I feel like you have made a long time dream a beautiful reality!"

Jessica 

Terrace, Canada 

"I’ve tried writing words of praise for the team at  Summit Tiny Homes several times, but have struggled to capture just how wonderful my experience was working this company. Sitting in my cozy ‘Tiny Cabana,’ I have moments of awe and adoration for the way my vision was captured in this incredible space. They’re an easy company to support being young, dynamic and partially female owned/operated (something that was important to me as a woman in business). With a healthy balance of allowing the client to dream while also being realistic and mindful of budgets, I had complete trust in my process with Summit Tiny Homes and would recommend them to anyone and everyone"

Denise 

Victoria, Canada 

 ''Summit Tiny Homes took my vision and created a home for me that is beautiful beyond words!  They engaged fully with me from the start and explained everything along the way- they took the time I needed to get what I wanted. I trusted them fully with my build because I learned early on that they have a high level of pride in their work as do all of their employees.I would recommended Summit Tiny Homes to everyone - thank you for your creatively and ingenuity Cera and Oliver!'' 

Marian 

Victoria, Canada 

''From start to finish, Cera and Oliver worked with me, taking my notes, photos, and weird Powerpoint drawings from idea to reality. Along the way, challenges became opportunities for new ideas and extra design touches that make my home unique and made me feel valued as a client. My home is beautiful and I couldn't be happier with it. I highly recommend Summit Tiny Homes to anyone who appreciates quality work and personal service''

Liza 

Vernon, Canada 

''I worked with Summit Tiny Homes to build my dream tiny cottage, and they DID NOT DISAPPOINT!!  To say they brought my dream to reality is an understatement.  Their attention to detail, thoughtful design and quality craftsmanship is next to none. Oliver and Cera were easy to work with and took the time to walk through the building process with me at every stage, to make sure the finished product was what I had envisioned.  Actually, the finished product is even MORE beautiful than I had envisioned!  Jaws drop when visitors come to check out my tiny cottage and people are blown away by all of the beautiful details.  Thank you Oliver and Cera for building amazing tiny houses that fulfil big dreams!''

John & Kayla  

Kelowna, Canada 

''When we decided to build our own tiny house we had no idea it would be such an enormous undertaking. After feeling like we had gotten in over our head, we decided to reach out to Oliver & Cera of Summit to help us get our heads back above water and make the dream a reality. From day one, they were excited and eager to work with us. From layout and design, to which materials and appliances would best suit our needs, to best construction practices they were available to answer our questions and keep us on track. With their guidance and our hard work, we got the job done and the end product is everything we hoped it would be. We can’t recommend the team at Summit enough! Thank you for all your help, we truly couldn’t have done it with out your support''

Heather ​

Oliver, Canada 

Wendy   

Oregon, US 

''It was truly a pleasure collaborating with Oliver and Cera of Summit Tiny Homes. I already knew that I wanted their Heritage model, since it reminded me so much of an older traditional home, but I also wanted to put my own twist on things. They helped make my home a wee bit quirky (just like me) They put thought into the little details, such as using some leftover tile from my beautiful walk-in shower for the kitchen’s backsplash , helping to tie everything in together. They guided me through the entire process, from design to setup, and always had sound advice for my build. I cannot thank them enough for helping to bring my tiny living dreams to life.

''I placed my order for the model Cabana 2 in late Aug 2019 and my home was delivered to Oregon Dec. 20th. What a Christmas present! I absolutely love my Summit Tiny Home. I think that because Oliver and Cera built (& live in) their own tiny house they know what works. I feel the quality of my house is reflective of the home they built for themselves. They put high quality products and thoughtful design into the creation of my house. Just to name a few of the qualities I love, the high grade plywood inside the self closing drawers, my beautifully finished concrete counter tops and big farm sink. The windows are high quality and button down my house in the blustery wind off the Oregon Coast. Although I ordered a model I was offered choices in almost every detail which was a really nice. Although I chose Summit Tiny Home from the website, I found Cera and Oliver to be people of their word, conscientious in the building of their product, design sensibilities and customer relations. I highly recommend Summit tiny home and are very satisfied with the value and quality of my home''

FREQUENTLY ASKED Questions

How much does a tiny home cost?

 There are three ways to get an estimate:

1. Model Build: Go to the Models tab on our website and fill out an estimate form for one of the models.

2. Custom Calculator: Go to our custom build page and fill out our estimate calculator, once you are done, it will give you a price at the bottom. 

3. Custom Build Estimate: If you are ready to take the next step and get an in depth estimate for a custom build, go to the bottom of the custom build page. There you will find more info on how to get that process started!

Can I finance my tiny home?

Yes financing is available for tiny homes, when looking into your options you would be looking for RV financing.

Do you build 10ft wide models?

Currently we are only building the models certified to the CSA Z240 RV Standard which are 8.5ft wide. 

Do you ship across Canada and US?

Yes we do! We would be happy to send you your dream home where ever that might be. We use a professional hauler with extensive experience transporting tiny homes. 

Can I park my tiny home anywhere?

 Most tiny homes on wheels get put under the classification of a recreational vehicle so in some communities they are treated as such. The best answer to this question will be found at your local municipal office and certain zoning requirements may need to be met (especially in densely populated communities) .

What kind of framing do you use? 

We use only wood for framing on all of our builds. Although there are some weight saving benefits with steel studs, the cold temperatures in Canada can lead to moisture issues and thermal bridging problems with steel stud construction. 

Are your homes Built for cold temperatures? 

We can customize any build to suit your climate. For our cold weather clients we use insulated Zip System panelling and spray foam to make sure your home is toasty warm with added rigidity.

How long does the process take?

For the design process we typically allow for 4 - 8 weeks. During this time we create your floor plan, 3D modelling and a full set of blueprints. Once we have established a design your custom trailer is ordered. The trailer can take up to 6 weeks to be complete. Then the building process starts, which is roughly 2-3 months until the home is complete. Keep in mind we often have a waiting list to start construction, so it is best to get planning and start the process as soon as you are ready! 

Do you offer SLIDE OUTS on your builds?

We do not offer a slide out option for our homes at this time.

Do you have homes already built for SALE?

Источник: https://www.summittinyhomes.com/

The Best Tiny House Kits on the Market in 2020

Building a tiny house from scratch takes time and patience. Unless you’re a professional contractor, the planning process alone can quickly become overwhelming. It’s for this reason that many people who are interested in this lifestyle choose to start with a tiny house kit. You still get the hands-on experience of building your own home, but the kit comes with everything you need. Well, almost everything.

From pre-cut materials to the very last screw, this option will ensure you don’t have that dreaded moment where you realize you’ve forgotten something essential like to leave room for your front door to open. Here’s a look at everything you need to know to help you with your decision as well as some of the best tiny house kits on the market today.

Things to Know Before Building a Tiny House Using a Kit

While the price tag on most tiny house kits can be appealing, there is no standardization in regards to what you’ll be receiving for that price. For example, not all kits include a foundation or trailer. Others might only provide with the materials need to build the shell and leave you without an interior. For these reasons, it’s essential that you know exactly what you’re getting when comparing different tiny house kits.

It’s also important to know that a kit only constitutes for about 25 to 35 percent of the cost of the entire project. There are still some elements that need to be considered as they will likely require a professional, such as your electric and plumbing connections. Unless you have experience in these fields, the cost of hiring someone will significantly contribute to the overall cost of your tiny home. So calculate the price of any construction workers you need to hire, tools that you rent or buy, and the charge of the lot you will be building on.

There are ways to get around these additional costs, but it’s important that you understand the cost of these kits won’t be the final cost of your tiny house. If you’re still eager to become part of the tiny house community, here are some of the best kits on the market today:

Jamaica Cottage Shop - Vermont Cottage

Jamaica Cottage Shop

Image source: Jamaica Cottage Shop

The Jamaica Cottage Shop has many tiny house kits to choose from, including this one they call Vermont Cottage A. All of their kits are available to buy in several stages of the construction process including just the frame, a DIY kit, and a fully assembled home. Each item that comes in the tiny house kit package is color-coded and numbered, making the construction process simple. Little or no building experience is needed to put these homes together, as their Domenic Mangano insists that anyone with a hammer can get it done.

This one-room cabin features high ceilings, an open floor plan, a loft, and a small porch. It can be built with the intent to use it as a guest house, children’s playhouse, or for full-time living. Their website has an easy to use calculator that can give you an idea of all of the customization options you have as well as their price.

The Jamaica Cottage Shop makes tiny house living a breeze with the various DIY kits they have available. Here are the details on their Vermont Cottage A package:

Pricing (Complete Pre-Cut Kit):

  • 16’ x 20’ - $13,464
  • 16 ’x 24’ - $16,155
  • 16’ x 30’ - $20,194
  • Please check the website for lower Frame Only prices

Includes:

  • Precut DIY framing
  • All necessary hardware
  • Home siding
  • Roofing
  • Doors and windows
  • Free shipping to the United States and Canada

Possible Customizations:

  • Extra windows
  • Flooring
  • Three Season Insulation package
  • Four Season insulation Package
  • Electricity
  • Plumbing
  • Weathervanes
  • Numerous siding options
  • Alternative roofing styles
  • Hurricane package
  • 6” wood stove roof pipe flashing
  • Termite shields
  • Laveo toilet
  • Natures Head composting toilet

B&B - Wedge

Wedge

Image source: B&B

B&B Tiny House Builders offer ranges from full custom tiny houses to frame kits. You can see their multple frame kits here. All their kits are offered with or without the trailer and the roof, depending on your skillset and on the flexiblity you want to have. Bonus: They all come with a 25-year warranty, meaning you can rest assured that your frame will be solid.

The Wedge is a simple but elegant tiny house on wheels. Here are the specs for the Complete Package:

Pricing:

  1. 20’ - $14.460
  2. 24’ - $15,980
  3. 28’ - $19,140

Includes:

*Panelized Steel Framing *25 Year Warranty *ICC Certification *Framing Hardware Package *Lightweight Structural Wall R-Sheathing *Zip System Roof Sheathing *3/4″ Advantech Subfloor *Sheathing Installation Kit *Everything from the Standard & Plus Kits *Tiny House Foundation Trailer (Trailer prices fluctuate: please contact us for an accurate quote) *Foundation Anchoring Hardware

Possible Additions/Upgrades:

*Trailer Axle Upgrade *Zip System Wall R-Sheathing *CNC Pre-Cut Sheathing *Sketchup Model *Tiny House Plans

Arched Cabins

Arched Cabins

Image source: Arched Cabins

If you’re looking to build a tiny house quickly, Arched Cabins might have just what you need. Their kits are said to be so easy to construct that two people can put these homes together in only a few days. With a variety of sizes available, the liveable cabins that include room for a bathroom and kitchen range they offer range in size from 120 to 1200 square feet.

Without the option to build these tiny houses on wheels, it’s necessary to either create your own foundation or order a concrete block foundation with your kit. It’s important to note that Arched Cabins doesn’t offer plumbing and electricity upgrades. If this is something you can’t do yourself, then you’ll have to hire a professional and should account for that in the price of your tiny home. Here’s a look at the details for their 12ft wide arched cabin, without upgrades:

Pricing (excluding delivery):

  • 12’ x 10’ - $2,650
  • 12’ x 24’ - $6,360

Includes:

  • Floor plates
  • Ridge beam
  • Roof paneling
  • Hardware
  • Standard R-13 insulation

Possible Additions/Upgrades:

  • Concrete block foundation
  • Loft structure and ladder
  • Exterior stairs
  • Insulation upgrade
  • Fireplace thimble installation

Shelter-Kit

shelter kit

Image source: Shelter-Kit

If you have specific tiny house needs, then you might want to consider a Shelter-Kit. Each kit is custom made based on the size you want and can be designed to be a 1-story, 1 ½-story, or 2-story model. One of the benefits of choosing to buy your kit from Shelter-Kit is that they claim no power tools are needed to assemble them. It might be wise to have a hammer or two on hand though.

Options start at 875 square feet, and can either be completely custom made from your own designs or alterations can be made to one of their existing blueprints. All of their models allow for simple additions, so if you want to add an extension at a later time, you’ll be able to. This allows you to start with a smaller, more affordable structure knowing you will always have the opportunity to add rooms to your home. At $28 to $49 per square foot, here’s what you can expect with a package from Starter-Kit:

Pricing Depending On Size:

  • Basic Kit - $24,500 to $84,000
  • Advanced Kit - $42,875 to $147,000

Includes:

  • Frame
  • Flooring
  • Exterior wall sheathing
  • Siding
  • Roof sheathing
  • Trim
  • Shingles
  • Hardware

Possible Additions/Upgrades:

  • Alternative siding looks
  • Higher ceilings
  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Second floor with stairs
  • Porch or deck
  • Skylights
  • Lofts

Artisan Tiny House - Curved House

Curved House

Image source: Artisan Tiny House

A unique tiny house on wheels, the Curved House model gives off a gypsy vibe that some in the tiny community look for. You get the retro look without having to refurbish an old wagon. Designed by Artisan Tiny House, this kit can be purchased in several sizes and can also be customized to include a loft. The curved roof certainly stands out, but it can be more challenging than other kits to put together so make sure you’re up for it.

Artisan Tiny Houses uses Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) in their kits, which are not only eco-friendly and lightweight but also an affordable alternative to other materials used to build tiny house frames. They’re already insulated, but you can upgrade to a thicker option if you live in an area where you think you’ll need more. Here are the details for the Curved House on wheels:

Price:

  • 8’ x 16’ - $12,000
  • 8’ x 20’ - $13,000
  • 8’ x 24’ - $14,000

Includes:

  • 4 ½” SIPs for the floor, walls, and roof
  • Custom window and door placement
  • Window and door cutouts
  • Hardware

Possible Additions/Upgrades:

  • Custom trailer
  • Thicker SIPs providing more insulation

Summary

Tiny house kits give you the opportunity to build your home without the frustration that comes with trying to figure out how to construct it from scratch. Building experience is no longer necessary with packages like these, as the hardest part of the process is deciding which one to buy. Each kit should come with a materials list so you’re aware of both the items you’re receiving as well as the ones you will need to buy to complete the project. It may even be a good idea to look at the materials list before deciding on a kit so you can compare the cost of any upgrades or additions they offer to similar items in local stores.

It has never been easier to build a tiny house than it is today, and these tiny house kits are making it even more accessible. The building process makes it so that anyone can give this DIY project a try, and with housing costs on the rise, more and more people are. Find the right tiny house kit for you and get ready to join the tiny community!

Источник: https://www.tinysociety.co/articles/the-best-tiny-house-kits-on-the-market/

The 11 Best Tiny Houses You Can Buy on Amazon

Did you know that you can buy everything on Amazon? Medical devices, snack foods, designer clothing, books, pet supplies, art, and—you’re never gonna guess this one—buildings!

One Amazon listing in particular has been floating around the internet this week. It’s described as a “Pre-fabricated Tiny Home,” though some might identify the structure as a shipping container filled with furniture. A few clicks deeper down the Amazon rabbit hole reveals all kinds of buildings that you can buy and get delivered to your door. Here are my favorites (as seen on the website, but not personally viewed) in some specific order.


Pre-Fabricated Tiny Home - $36,000 (plus $3,755 shipping)

This is obviously the shipping container thing described above. It comes fully furnished with bunkbeds, a couch, a toilet, two sinks, and a shower as well as standard appliances. The former shipping container does have windows and French doors on one end. This particular model is 40 feet long and 8 feet wide, though you can contact the company about building a custom model out of a different-sized container. In general, the whole thing has that prepping-for-the-apocalypse feel which some people love.


DuraMAX Flat Top Insulated Building - $3,685 (Free shipping)

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Talk about that prepper feel! This fire-resistant hunk of galvanized steel features a versatile metal foundation and impenetrable walls. You might think it’s just a fancy shed, but the company does recommend it be used as a living space or emergency shelter. You’ll probably need a bucket, since the building doesn’t come with any plumbing. At only 130 square feet, the DuraMAX isn’t really suited for protecting the whole family with much room to spare, though you probably won’t care when the vampires come.


Little Cottage Company Pinehurst - $5,678 (Free shipping for Prime members)

Okay this one actually is a shed. With up to 288 square feet of space, however, you can imagine making some improvements and turning this quaint colonial into the tiny house of your dreams. There’s no insulation, so that’s an issue if you want to live in a cold climate, and there’s also no bathroom, which is an issue pretty much anywhere. There are windows with screens, however. Those colonial details are also just adorable.


Allwood Kit Cabin Lillevilla Escape - $4,390 (Free shipping)

This rustic yet stunning little house might be the best deal in the lot. It’s snug at 113 square feet and, like the colonial above, lacks a bathroom. But why would you need one, when this Nordic Spruce cabin is built for nature. Just poop in the leaves like God intended. Order now, though, because the company says these kits sell out every season.


Allwood Arlanda Garden House - $7,590 (Free shipping)

If rustic isn’t your thing, this 180-square-foot cabin features “contemporary urban styling.” That means clean lines and a sort of Scandinavian profile, along with large windows. The extra badass feature of this one is that the company says it’s suited to being installed on rooftops, so if you really do live in a contemporary urban environment, you can create a pretty unique space high up above those city streets. There’s no bathroom (this is becoming a trend) but you can install insulation.


Allwood Eagle Point - $46,900 (Free shipping)

Now we’re cooking with gas. This is not a shed or a cabin. It’s a damn two-story house that you can order on Amazon. With 712 square feet downstairs and 396 square feet upstairs, it’s larger than many New York City apartments and modern-looking enough to offer some curb appeal. There’s space for a full bathroom and kitchen as well as three bedrooms and a sunny living room. All that for the price of a brand new Volvo station wagon.


Goshen Timber Frame Osborne Cabin - $59,321 (plus $4.50 shipping)

If you’ve got your heart set on the log cabin look and have some coin to drop, this is the kit for you. The 725-square-foot cabin kit is a full blown woodland retreat complete with insulated walls, a full kitchen and bathroom, lofted bedroom, and a front porch. It’s pricey, though that weird $4.50 shipping fee seems like a deal.


Romtec Birdwatcher Prefab Cabin - $50,900 (Free shipping)

Who knew you could get a little house specifically designed for birdwatching? Well, you can. There’s not much detail on the Amazon listing page for this Romtec concoction, though it does say the cabin is 200 square feet with an additional covered porch. There doesn’t appear to be a bathroom or a kitchen, though there is a special birdwatching booth. So for over 50 grand you get the fun privilege of telling your friends, “Hey, I’m going to my birdwatching house tonight.” Seems worth it to me.


BZBCabins.com Lakeview Log Cabin - $7,850 (Free shipping)

You might hesitate, when considering purchasing a structure from a company called BZBCabins.com, but you’re also shopping for a building on Amazon.com. The main selling points of this kit seem to be price, simplicity, and windows. More specifically, this 200-square-foot cabin comes with the “premium door and window package.” Sounds like a slice of luxury to me, even though you won’t have an indoor restroom.


Lillevilla Allwood Getaway Cabin- $19,250 (Free shipping)

While the cabin designation suggests this building is bound for the woods, I’d like to build the 244-square-foot Getaway on a secluded beach. The glass doors and windows along with the porch would look out onto the ocean, and I’d wake up every morning to see the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean. That is, unless I decided to build the Getaway on the West Coast in which case I’d watch the sunset from my sweet-ass prefab house.


Allwood Ranger Cabin - $19,990 (Free shipping)

I saved the best for last. This 259-square-foot house with vaulted ceilings has “rugged leisure” written all over it. There’s just one room, except for a separate bathroom and a spacious loft for storage or a snuggle-friendly sleeping area. The kit also comes from Allwood, a company that clearly has a serious Amazon presence and great DIY home kits for reasonable prices. While that one house above cost the same as a brand new Volvo, the Ranger Cabin can be had for the price of a loaded Honda Civic. Plus, there’s free shipping!

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Источник: https://gizmodo.com/the-11-best-tiny-houses-you-can-buy-on-amazon-1819377589

14 Tiny Home Kits for Sale on Amazon – What to Know Before Buying

You can buy anything on Amazon these days — including buildings.

In 2019, the media started buzzing about a $3,000 tiny house kit that became available on Amazon. The 76-square-foot structure was popular enough to sell out and was only available on back order through the manufacturer. But let’s be honest: It’s more of a semi-finished shed than a house, with no plumbing, electricity, insulation, or climate control.

Still, it raised some intriguing questions about the nature of housing. As a property investor, I often hear real estate described as the last industry resisting disruption. But real estate is changing, and nowhere is that more obvious than the increasing creativity seen in how people buy, build, and think about housing.

And though that particular tiny home kit may have sold out, there are a range of options for buying tiny — and a few not-so-tiny — homes on Amazon, for far less than what a traditional home costs.

Uses for a Tiny Home

While tiny homes have been a fringe movement since the 1980s, they skyrocketed in popularity in the aftermath of the 2008 housing crisis and subsequent Great Recession.

Not without cause, either; they’re cheap, cozy, and often portable. They also force a certain minimalism that would make Marie Kondo proud.

Even if tiny living isn’t for you, there are many other uses for a tiny home.

In-Law Suite/Granny Flat

With people living longer and collecting less Social Security, many older adults find their nest egg stretched thin. And the cheapest option isn’t aging in place or moving into an assisted living facility; it’s moving in with the kids.

While you love your parents, sharing a roof with them can be awfully trying. That goes doubly when you’re in the midst of raising children of your own.

So middle-aged adults are increasingly opting to put up their parents in a detached “granny flat,” also known as an in-law suite, guest house, casita, or accessory dwelling unit. You and your parents each get to maintain some privacy, and you can see each other as much or as little as you like.

Home Office/Escape Retreat

Alternatively, you can add a tiny home to your property as a detached home office or a retreat to get away from screaming children, nagging spouses, or both.

The costs may even be tax-deductible as part of the home office deduction, or at least depreciable. Just keep in mind that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 changed the rules on home office deductions, and employees can no longer claim unreimbursed expenses such as maintaining a home office. The self-employed can still deduct it as a business expense, however.

House Hacking

Speaking of entrepreneurship, you can build an accessory dwelling unit on your property specifically to rent it out. In a perfect world, the rental income from the detached building would cover your entire mortgage.

You could also rent it out on Airbnb if you don’t want to hassle with permanent “neighbors.” I’ve rented guest houses before while traveling, and it worked out well for everyone involved.

These creative strategies are called house hacking, which involves renting out part of your home to reduce or eliminate your housing payment. Given that housing is the No. 1 expense for most of us, it’s a great way to boost your savings rate.

Second Home or Vacation Rental

No one says you have to build a tiny home on the same plot of land where you live. You can also build it somewhere you like visiting. When you’re not using it yourself as a vacation home, you can rent it out as a short-term rental on Airbnb or through a vacation rental agency.

It’s kind of like house hacking, except you never have to see the renters. Of course, you will have to actually buy another piece of land.

Portable Cabin for Traveling

Tiny homes don’t have to sit on permanent foundations. You also set them on a hitchable trailer and go practically anywhere.

You could tap into water and electrical hookups designed for mobile homes. Or if you’re serious about self-sufficiency and green living, you could set up a solar roof and rainwater reclamation system. It’s as good a way as any to travel for free or close to free.


Buying Homes on Amazon: What You Need to Know

You can just whip out your credit card and have a livable tiny home delivered a few days later, right?

Not exactly. To begin with, most of the “tiny homes” you find on Amazon are DIY cabin kits. What you’re buying is essentially the lumber, screws, windows, doors, and plans. You then build the home yourself, ideally with a few close friends and a case of beer. Manufacturers claim that many of the smaller structures can be built by two adults in one day using only basic essential tools.

Of course, that only includes the building assembly. Most kits don’t include the foundation, roof shingles, electrical systems, plumbing, bathroom or kitchen fixtures, insulation, or any climate average american savings 2020 apparatus. The one- to two-day building assembly timeline only applies to the bare-bones structure. All of the details and finishes that make it a home, and not a glorified shed, take significantly more time — and money.

Risks of Ordering a Home on Amazon

When was the last time you ordered something on Amazon that cost $20,000? The higher the price tag, the harder it is to swallow paying for it online, sight-unseen. Especially something physically enormous that can cost four digits to ship back if you don’t like it — if the seller even accepts returns, that is.

Speaking of shipping, costs vary wildly when you buy homes or home kits on Amazon. In many cases, it’s free. In others, it costs upward of $3,000. If you’re serious about buying a tiny home on Amazon, make sure you factor in shipping costs.

Another risk of buying a DIY home kit is that you won’t, in fact, be able to build it yourself. One customer on Amazon outlined his bad experience in trying to assemble the lumber, which had warped almost immediately in the hot, dry Arizona air where he lived. In the end, he was forced to pay a contractor to reshape the planks and build the structure for him at a cost in the four digits.

If we’re being honest with ourselves, not all of us are as handy as we’d like to think. Even without the wood warping, you may still find your construction skills fall short and end up having to outsource the work.

Finally, keep in mind the additional costs to make the structure livable, which aren’t typically included in these home kits.

Making Tiny Home Kits Livable

As mentioned above, the following components aren’t typically included in a tiny home kit:

  • Foundation
  • Roof shingles
  • Insulation
  • Plumbing
  • Kitchen and bathroom fixtures
  • Appliances
  • Wiring
  • Electrical outlets
  • Lights
  • Light switches
  • Climate control

That might be fine if you’re Henry David Thoreau writing “Walden” by candlelight in 1854. But for anyone not looking for an existential experience in the wilderness, it’s a problem.

Of course, your needs vary based on how you intend to use the structure. If you just want a pool- or garden house, you may not need anything beyond the roof and foundation. But if you want to create a livable structure, you need all the rest, possibly excepting the insulation and climate control depending on where you live. Many of the kits below include optional add-ons for insulation framing, if needed.

For homes located on your own property, it’s often easy enough to run power and plumbing lines to another structure. Alternatively, consider solar power and a rainwater reclamation system, possibly coupled with an external composting toilet.

The easiest option for heat is usually a pellet- or wood-burning stove. They’re cheap to install and operate, and incredibly effective.

The bottom line is that the structure kit is only the beginning of your costs and work. Expect these to multiply several times over by the time you account for the mechanical systems needed to convert a structure into a livable home.


14 Tiny Home Kits on Amazon

By now, you should be aware that you can’t put your dream home on your credit card for $3,000 and drive off into the sunset with it hooked up to your truck. But there’s still something to be said for the simple home kits and manufactured homes available for sale on Amazon.

While some of the following examples are DIY structure kits, others are prefabricated structures you can just plop down on your property. As always, do your homework before spending thousands of dollars on any of these.

Under $6,500

The following tiny home kits sell for under $6,500 on Amazon, including shipping.

1. Lillevilla Escape

The Lillevilla Escape offers 113 interior square feet plus a porch overhang. The manufacturer claims it takes two adults about one day to build, although whether that means 16 man hours or 48 man hours is open to interpretation.

With such a small interior space, the manufacturer suggests only insulating the floors and ceiling for cold-weather use, not the walls.

2. Allwood Halmstad

The Allwood Halmstad has a tiny footprint with no covered porch and 106 interior square feet. It comes with plenty of natural light, though, thanks to three nearly full-length windows and a glass door.

Don’t expect to live in this one comfortably, but it could make for a pleasant garden house.

3. Allwood Estelle

With a larger 157-square-foot floor plan, the Allwood Estelle offers two rooms. The smaller room could be used as a bathroom or sleeping alcove.

The manufacturer claims the Estelle can be built in 10 hours by two adults. But like the Escape, roofing and foundation materials are not included.


Under $11,000

These structures could make for a nice detached office or domestic escape.

4. Allwood Mayflower

Unlike most structures on this list, the Allwood Mayflower looks like neither a cabin nor a hyper-modern Scandinavian rectangle. And it has wheels.

It’s still pretty small, with only 117 square feet. But it promises to be bright, with windows on three sides, and the curved roof is indisputably quaint.

Just don’t expect the roof tiles to come with the kit.

5. Allwood Claudia

The Allwood Claudia looks more like a real house than some of the others on this list, albeit a tiny one at 209 square feet.

It too boasts windows on three sides for plenty of natural light. While the kit does not include interior wall partitions, you can buy them as an add-on.

The manufacturer claims that two adults can build the Claudia in one full day, but they still doesn’t include the roof shingles or foundation in either the price or the construction time estimate.

6. Allwood Sommersby

While it’s smaller than the Claudia at 174 square feet, the Allwood Sommersby includes interior wall partition for two separate rooms. The seller claims it also takes a full day for two adults to build.

Again, the Sommersby could make a pleasant pool house or garden house, but it’s hard to imagine living in it.

7. Allwood Arlanda

At 273 square feet, the Allwood Arlanda looks a little more like a home, albeit a boxy, modern, Scandinavian home.

It has two rooms and windows on three sides, although one is quite small. Don’t expect to squeeze a bathroom into the Arlanda, though.

As with the kits above, the Arlanda doesn’t come with roof shingles or a foundation, and it supposedly takes a day for two adults to assemble.


Under $20,000

None of the kits above look particularly livable. But as the prices rise, the structures start looking more like viable homes.

8. Whole Wood Cabins Eldorado

With a pleasant-looking porch overhang and two separate rooms, the Whole Woods Eldorado sports 291 square feet. Adding a bathroom might be too much to ask of the Eldorado, but you could theoretically create a bedroom and living space with kitchenette.

The seller claims that it should take two people “a relatively short period of time” to build, whatever that means. They do include a detailed instructional video, though.

9. Lillevilla Getaway

The Lillevilla Getaway cabin has two stories — sort of. It has a sleeping loft, which isn’t full-height, but it’s still something the others on this list don’t offer.

The main story includes a living area and two bedrooms for a total of 292 square feet. The sleeping loft, which sits above the two bedrooms, looks to be another 100 square feet or so. You can’t stand up in it, so it’s useful only for sleeping.

The Getaway comes with a nice little porch as well, complete with railing. Lillevilla estimates this cabin will take you two to three days to build with a building partner.

10. Vermont Cottage Timber Frame Cottage

The Vermont Call bank mobile vibe customer service Timber Frame Cottage is a 20-by-16-foot structure with 240 full-height interior tiny home kits for sale feet, a 96-square-foot loft, and an 80-square-foot porch. While the loft isn’t full-height, it’s taller than the Getaway’s.

It doesn’t include any interior walls, but there’s room inside to build out a bedroom and small bathroom.

The most impressive thing about the Vermont Cottage is that it includes a complete roof — a dark green, corrugated metal one. The windows even include screens, which is starting to sound downright homey.

The seller claims an assembly time of 40 hours for two adults. If that seems longer than the kits above, bear in mind that they’re including the complete roof in that estimate.

11. Allwood Ranger

The Allwood Ranger offers 259 square feet on the main level plus 168 square feet in the loft. It also has interior walls for a bathroom and a railing-enclosed front porch.

The Ranger is clearly designed for living in, blue sky restaurant fort smith arkansas at least staying in as a cabin, unlike many of the garden houses earlier on the list. Besides the more generous square footage and interior bathroom design, it also offers features such as thicker-than-usual wall planks and roof angling designed for bankrate mortgage calculator with extra payments panels. The Ranger does not include roof shingles, however.

The seller claims it takes around two days for two adults to build the Ranger.


Under $35,000

If you’re looking for a structure you could live in full-time, year-round, these pricier options may be for you.

12. Weizhengheng Solar-Powered Container House

Shipping container homes are just what they sound like: structures built from used shipping containers. And the Weizhengheng container house is what they look like.

It requires only minimal assembly — two hours, according to the seller — and there are no planks or boards. It not only has a roof, but the roof is made of solar panels. A functioning bathroom, kitchen, and electric system are all included.

While the manufacturer claims this house measures 40 feet by 20 feet, it’s not actually an 800-square-foot home. That measurement includes its porch and a slide-out extra room, which is not full-length.

13. Allwood Avalon

The Allwood Avalon features 540 square feet on the main level plus a 218-square-foot sleeping loft.The main floor includes a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, and double living space. Roof shingles, wiring, plumbing, kitchen and bathroom fixtures, and the foundation are not included.

The Avalon’s walls are thicker than usual, helping to insulate it. For a family with one or two young kids, it could make for a fun vacation cabin. Estimated assembly time is about a week for two adults.

14. Allwood Timberline

With 354 square feet on the main level and 129 square feet in the loft, the Allwood Timberline is slightly smaller than the Avalon. But it offers a gorgeous porch, plus a higher loft ceiling thanks to its steeper, snow-shedding roof pitch. Its standard snow load capacity is 46 pounds per square foot, but buyers can optionally purchase heavier roof reinforcement if they wish.

Like the Avalon, the Timberline comes with thicker walls for improved insulation. The layout includes space for a bathroom, a first-floor bedroom, and a larger living-dining-kitchen space.

As with all other Allwood models, the Timberline only comes with planks for the structure itself. But it does come with dual tongue-and-groove wind blocking, allowing it to withstand winds up to 120 miles per hour, and an optional add-on for thicker wall insulation.


Final Word

So should you buy a tiny house on Amazon?

You can certainly buy kits affordably if you’re willing to put in the labor to build the house yourself. But before you get carried away with the idea, make sure you price out all the additional modifications you’ll want. That could include plumbing lines and fixtures, wiring and electrical fixtures, a wood-burning stove, additional insulation, and even solar panels. Plus roof shingles and the foundation, of course.

If you’re handy and looking for a fun project, however, the small cabins above could serve as a guest house, vacation rental, detached office, or just a fun garden house to relax in on summer days.

Have you ever considered a tiny home? Why did or didn’t you move forward with it?

Источник: https://www.moneycrashers.com/tiny-homes-for-sale-amazon/

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We are the Okanagan's premier tiny home builder, located in heart of British Columbia. Our vision was born on the prospect of sustainability, freedom and versatility. The moment we saw the potential in a tiny home, we were hooked! The Okanagan has so much to offer and we felt like we were always too busy to grasp all of its glory. The decision was simple, we knew we could bring the tiny home movement into our lives and indroduce it to the Okanagan Valley. We know the Okanagan building standards are high, so each of our tiny homes is gleaming with charm, quality and craftsmenship. Each tiny home is hand crafted in Vernon British Columbia, with the ability to bring your home to you. Let Summit Tiny Homes be the craftsmen of your dreams and lets get started building your vision today!    

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Freedom is the ultimate goal. Debt is one of hurdles holding most people back from being free. Living tiny gives you the freedom you need, to travel, to relax, to explore and most important, to live.

Less is more! Our tiny homes embrace efficiency, small footprint, environmental impact and sustainable living. With designs that target all of these important characteristics, we all benefit.

THE Process 

      Estimate Form

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We will work with you to create your vision into a 3D rendering, and floor plan. The build deposit will reserve you a spot in our build schedule.

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This payment gets your build to the lock up stage. Although the building process is quick, the process does take some time before we start construction. All our tiny house trailers are custom built, average american savings 2020 an order is placed the trailer is put into production. Once we receive your trailer, we are ready to start your build.

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This payment gets the building process finished. This includes all the finishes, fixtures, appliances and everything required to get your tiny home complete.

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Once the building process is complete and you are happy with the tiny home kits for sale product we collect your final payment. Once the final payment is cleared we hand over the keys for you to enjoy!

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Claudia 

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Kathleen

Vernon, Canada 

"I am happy to say that working with Oliver and his wife Cera has been a wonderful journey. They are lovely people, and their experience, knowlege and patience make them super to work with. Knowing they are just a phone call away really helps. All of my friends love the tiny house and can't get over the quality of every part of it"

"Summit Tiny Homes has been wonderfully flexible and accommodating in helping me create my own custom tiny home. They were patient and knowledgable with my inexperience and really helped me to understand what it was I wanted and how best to attain it. I appreciated your willingness to work within my budget and the down to earth gentleness with which you brought my expectations into alignment with reality.Thank you guys so much for taking on my project. I feel like you have made a long time dream a beautiful reality!"

Jessica 

Terrace, Canada 

"I’ve tried writing words of praise for the team at  Summit Tiny Homes several times, but have struggled to capture just how wonderful my experience was working this company. Sitting in my cozy ‘Tiny Cabana,’ I have moments of awe and adoration for the way my vision was captured in this incredible space. They’re an easy company to support being young, dynamic and partially female owned/operated (something that was important to me as a woman in business). With a healthy balance of allowing the client to dream while also being realistic and mindful of budgets, I had complete trust in my process with Summit Tiny Homes and would recommend them to anyone and everyone"

Denise 

Victoria, Canada 

 ''Summit Tiny Homes took my vision and created a home for me that is beautiful beyond words!  They engaged fully with me from the start and explained everything along the way- they took the time I needed to get what I wanted. I trusted them fully with my build walmart deli hours today near me I learned early on tiny home kits for sale they have a high level of pride in their work as do all of their employees.I would recommended Summit Tiny Homes to everyone - thank you for your creatively and ingenuity Cera and Oliver!'' 

Marian 

Victoria, Canada 

''From start to finish, Cera and Oliver worked with me, taking my notes, photos, and weird Powerpoint drawings from idea to reality. Along the way, challenges became opportunities for new ideas and extra design touches that make my home unique and made me feel valued as a client. My home is beautiful and I couldn't be happier with it. I highly recommend Summit Tiny Homes to anyone who appreciates quality work and personal service''

Liza 

Vernon, Canada 

''I worked with Summit Tiny Homes to build my dream tiny cottage, and they DID NOT DISAPPOINT!!  To tiny home kits for sale they brought my dream to reality is an understatement.  Their attention to detail, thoughtful design and quality craftsmanship is next to none. Oliver and Cera were easy to work with and took the time to walk through the building process with me at every stage, to make sure the finished product was what I had envisioned.  Actually, the finished product is even MORE beautiful than I had envisioned!  Jaws drop when visitors come to check out my tiny cottage and people are blown away by all of the beautiful details.  Thank you Oliver and Cera for building amazing tiny houses that fulfil big dreams!''

John & Kayla  

Kelowna, Canada 

''When we decided to build our own tiny house we had no idea it would be such an enormous undertaking. After feeling like we had gotten in over our head, we decided to reach out to Oliver & Cera of Summit to help us get our heads back above water and make the dream a reality. From day one, they were excited and eager to work with us. From layout and design, to pnc bank careers work from home materials and appliances would best suit our needs, to best construction practices they were available to answer our questions and keep us on track. With their guidance and our hard work, we got the job done and the end product is everything we hoped it would be. We can’t recommend tiny home kits for sale team at Summit enough! Thank you for all your help, we truly couldn’t have done it with out your support''

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Wendy   

Oregon, US 

''It was truly a pleasure collaborating with Oliver and Cera of Summit Tiny Homes. I already knew that I wanted their Heritage model, since it reminded me so much of an older traditional home, but I also wanted to put my own twist on things. They helped make my home a wee bit quirky (just like me) They put thought into the little details, such as using some leftover tile from my beautiful walk-in shower for the kitchen’s backsplashhelping to tie everything in together. They guided me through the entire process, from design to setup, and always had sound advice for my build. I cannot thank them enough for helping to bring my tiny living dreams to life.

''I placed my order for the model Cabana 2 in late Aug 2019 and my home was delivered to Oregon Dec. 20th. What a Christmas present! I absolutely love my Summit Tiny Home. I think that because Oliver and Cera built (& live in) their own tiny house they know what works. I feel the quality of my house is reflective of the home they built for themselves. They put high quality products and thoughtful design into the creation of my house. Just to name a few of the qualities I love, the high grade plywood inside the self closing drawers, my beautifully finished concrete counter tops and big farm sink. The windows are high quality and button down my house in the blustery wind off the Oregon Coast. Although I ordered a model I was offered choices in almost every detail which was a really nice. Although I chose Summit Tiny Home from the website, I found Cera and Oliver to be people of their word, conscientious in the building of their product, design sensibilities and customer relations. I highly recommend Summit tiny home and are very satisfied with the value and quality of my home''

FREQUENTLY ASKED Questions

How much does a tiny home cost?

 There are three ways to get an estimate:

1. Model Build: Go to the Models tab on our website and fill out an estimate form for one of the models.

2. Custom Calculator: Go to our custom build page and fill out our estimate calculator, once you are done, it will give you a price at the bottom. 

3. Custom Build Estimate: If you are ready to take the next step and get an in depth estimate for a custom build, go to the bottom of the custom build page. There you will find more info on how to get that process started!

Can I finance my tiny home?

Yes financing is available for tiny homes, when looking into your options you would be looking for RV financing.

Do you build 10ft wide models?

Currently we are only building the models certified to the CSA Z240 RV Standard which are 8.5ft wide. 

Do you ship across Canada and US?

Yes we do! We would be happy to send you your dream home where ever that might be. We use a professional hauler with extensive experience transporting tiny homes. 

Can I park my tiny home anywhere?

 Most tiny homes on wheels get put under the classification of a recreational vehicle so in some communities they are treated as such. The best answer to this question will be found at your local municipal office and certain zoning requirements may need to be met (especially in densely populated communities) .

What kind of framing do you use? 

We use only wood for framing on all of our builds. Although there are some weight saving benefits with steel studs, the cold temperatures in Canada can lead to moisture issues and thermal bridging problems with steel stud construction. 

Are your homes Built for cold temperatures? 

We can customize any build to suit your climate. For our cold weather clients we use insulated Zip System panelling and spray foam to make sure your home is toasty warm with added rigidity.

How long does the process take?

For the design process we typically allow for 4 - 8 weeks. During this time we create your floor plan, 3D modelling and a full set of blueprints. Once we have established a design your custom trailer is amazon prime student discount. The trailer can take up to 6 weeks to be complete. Then the building process starts, which is roughly 2-3 months until the home is complete. Keep in mind we often have a waiting list to start construction, so it is best to get planning and start the process as soon as you are ready! 

Do you offer SLIDE OUTS on your builds?

We do not offer a slide out option for our homes at this time.

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Here's the Truth About Those $7,000 Tiny Houses for Sale on Amazon

If Amazon doesn’t sell it, do you really need it? So goes the joke that highlights how Amazon sells pretty much everything under the sun, from pants to puppy chow to picnic baskets.

But Amazon doesn't merely sell everything you need to fill up a house; now you can actually buy the house from Amazon, too.

Amazon has a whole category of modular and kit-style “tiny house” structures in the styles that have been made popular thanks to HGTV shows like Tiny House Hunters and Tiny House, Big Living. Amazon's small homes and cabins come with correspondingly tiny prices — albeit probably more than you’re used to spending on your usual Amazon shopping cart.

For example, the 172-square-foot Allwood Solvalla, with a price tag of $7,250, rose to viral fame and almost immediately sold out in May. But it’s back in stock now — and shipping is free.

If you prefer more of a traditional cabin look, there’s the Lillevilla Allwood Getaway Cabin, a cute three-room cabin with a wooden deck that includes a sleeping loft in addition to its 292 square feet of floor space. It is priced at $18,800 (with free shipping included).

The Lillevilla Allwood Cabin Kit Getaway, on sale for $18,800 on Amazon.

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There are other charming options: The Lillevilla Escape costs under $5,000 and has a wide overhanging awning that gives it a fairy-tale look, which the Allwood Arlanda — which is also comfortably under five figures at just $7,590 — has a surprisingly modern look and an optional divider to create a separate bedroom.

And — heading out of tiny house territory — Allwood also sells the Eagle Point model, which clocks in at 1,108 square feet and costs $46,900. Larger yet is the Eagle Vista, at 1,336 square feet and $64,650.

Tiny homes for sale on Amazon do have some detractors — we’ve noticed that they tend to be people who build or sell regular houses. Critics point out that these kit tiny homes do have their limitations. For instance, there are no bathrooms in these cozy abodes. Sure, you could add one, but plumbing can be complicated, and it isn’t cheap. These tiny homes also don’t come with materials for a foundation — and if you want to add one, that could make you subject to building and zoning codes, taxes, and permitting requirements.

These cabins also don’t come with electrical wiring. Rooftop solar panels are an obvious solution, as fans of the episodes about off-grid tiny houses know — and some Amazon tiny home kits even come with solar power included.

You’re probably not going to call these your full-time digs. But if it’s a backyard retreat you’re after, you really can’t beat the appeal of these modular kits. You can use them to create a quiet workspace for work-from-home days, a sweet pool cabana for water toys and supplies, a gardening hub to give your green thumb room to grow, a workout room that’s infinitely more motivating than a windowless basement — the possibilities are as endless as your imagination.

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Who we are

We believe in the tiny dream: financial independence, freedom and living in a smaller footprint.  Our mission is to educate and empower people to do the same.

Want to build your own tiny home?  We offer kits and shells to get you there.  Want us to build it for you?  We've got you covered!  Want to learn more about design, code, zoning, and overcoming the hurdles of going tiny, like financing and insurance? Attend our classes, hands-on workshops or get a consultation to learn more about building and living tiny.

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We're bonded and insured, and a member of the American Tiny House Association (ATHA).  Our builds are certified by the National Organization of Alternative Housing (NOAH), and we adhere to Appendix Q Tiny Houses part of the 2018 International Residential Code (IRC), allowing people to receive a Certificate of Occupancy (COO) for their tiny house when built to meet the provisions of the adopted code appendix.  That also means we can put your tiny house on a foundation, so if you're thinking about an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU), we can do that.

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Best Cheap Tiny House Kits You Can Buy

You can buy almost anything online, even a tiny house. Believe it or not, tiny houses can be bought online, shipped to you in boxed packages filled with the materials and instructions to put the house together on your own.

If you just want the tiny house lifestyle experience without too much of the construction experience, this might be your perfect choice.

Here are our top picks for cheap tiny house kits on the market today, accounting for price and quality:

  1. Vermont Cottage
  2. Arched Cabin Pre-Made Kits
  3. Artisan Tiny House on Wheels Kit
  4. Lillevilla Escape Wood Cabin
  5. BZBCabins Lakeview Cabin
  6. The Countryside

What is a Tiny House Kit?

A tiny house kit is an unassembled tiny house that you buy as a package and put together yourself. This gives tiny house enthusiasts the experience of building their own tiny house without the steep learning curve required to construct a tiny house from scratch.

For those who choose to go with a kit instead of learning how to build a tiny house scratch, the most difficult choice involved is deciding which kit is best for you.

Aside from the ease of building straight from a kit, another great advantage from using a kit is that it can often be much more affordable, as buying the entire house together as an unassembled package cuts costs for the manufacturer. This means that for people who are looking for the most cost-effective option, a kit can be a great option to choose.

Should I Buy a Tiny House Kit Instead of Building a Tiny House?

Deciding on whether you should go with a kit or a tiny house built from scratch depends on what you want out of your tiny home experience. For some enthusiasts, the build itself is a huge part of the experience. Learning exactly what goes into putting together a home and just knowing that you’ve built your home from scratch is a major selling-point for most in the tiny home community.

For others, the build doesn’t matter so much. After all, building your tiny home might just take a few weeks or months; the living itself can last for years if not decades. If you are interested in tiny homes more for the lifestyle rather than experience of planning, designing, and customizing your own home, then a kit might be the better option for you.

It should also be noted that most kits are meant for a foundation, rather than tiny homes on wheels. It can be much more difficult to find an affordable kit meant for a trailer, so if you are looking for tiny homes on wheels, a kit may not be right for you.

Finally, remember: a kit only includes less than half of the work involved in putting together a tiny home. You will still need to figure out how to turn your structure into a livable home, with necessities like plumbing, and electricity, and more.

Pros and Cons of a Tiny House Kit

ProsCons
You can build your tiny home in a fraction of the timeYou don’t get the chance to personalize and customize the design and build of your home
You don’t have to worry about all the individual materials involvedYou are stuck with a set of tiny home kits for sale and don’t have much wiggle room to change them
A lot of the work is streamlinedThere will still be additional work needed after you have put the kit together
It can be a lot more cost-effective to buy everything as a single packageMost kits are meant tiny home kits for sale a foundation, not a trailer, meaning they’re not so great if you want wheels

Our Top Affordable Tiny House Kits

Vermont Cottage

Best Price: $12,839

The Vermont Cottage is an all-time favorite in kits made by tiny homes builder, Jamaica Cottage Shop. They make their kit as simple as possible with numbering and color-coding, meaning even if you’ve never worked with your hands before, you can probably successfully put together the Vermont Cottage.

This kit features a single room with a front porch, as well as a sleeping loft and all the basics you would need in tiny home kits for sale tiny home. While they offer three different sizes for their pre-cut kits, the most affordable package is for the 16x20 ft home, coming in at $12,839.

Arched Cabin Pre-Made Kits

Best Price: $7,260

The Arched Cabin designs aren’t what you would typically think of when envisioning tiny homes; on their own sites, they say that their cabins are best used as hunting lodges, storage sheds, guest house, or just places to sleep. But with the right tweaks, there’s no reason why they couldn’t be converted into the perfect tiny home.

The most affordable price they offer is $1320 for an 8x8 ft home, although it is little more than a shell of a home tiny home kits for sale none of the features you need to live in it. For a 12x24 ft home with the necessary upgrades for a proper DIY build, you can purchase it for just $7260; more if you want one with a greater square feet area. If you are first federal bank of live oak florida to spend a bit more, you can opt for the wider cabins at 16x24 ft for just $8850.

Artisan Tiny House on Wheels Kit

Best Price: $12,000

If a tiny home on a foundation is not for you, Artisan Tiny House offers a great tiny home on associated bank branch hours kit with the trailer include, with the possible option of customizing the trailer if needed. It offers all the basics you would want from tiny homes on wheels, including lightweight and eco-friendly structural insulated panels.

Like other kit manufacturers, their price depends on the size you choose. At the smallest option of 133 square feet, you can get the kit for just $12,000.

Lillevilla Escape Wood Cabin

Best Price: $4,690

The Lillevilla Escape, 113 square foot cabin by Allwood is a great way to dip your toes in the tiny house experience without too much of an investment. This is definitely one of the most affordable complete home kits on the market, coming in at just $4690.

So what do you get with the Lillevilla Escape kit? A 113-square foot cabin made completely of wood, with its own porch. While this is definitely an inexpensive choice, it also requires you to do a lot of other work as you outfit the house to truly be tiny house livable.

BZBCabins Lakeview Cabin

Best Price: $7,850

If you want a pleasing wood cabin like the Lillevilla Escape but you need a bit more inside space, then you might like the Lakeview Log Cabin kit from BZBCabins. This kit makes building a log cabin easy, with inclusions such as doors, wall logs, windows, boards, floor joists, as well as all-complete instructions to get you through the build.

And at just $7850, it’s more than a fair deal. With 209 square feet inside the home and a height of nearly 12 feet, this is one kit that won’t make you feel squeezed once average american savings 2020 of it.

Best Price: ~$7,000

The Countryside is a favorite when it comes to house kits – a beautiful layout, a great exterior design, and enough space at 203 square feet to make you forget you’re in a tiny house (and maybe even install a home office).

Built on a steady steel trailer with wheels, this is the ideal kit for credit one bank mastercard login looking for mobile living. Depending on the upgrades and features you include, the kit comes in at a surprisingly low price tag of $7000. Why wouldn’t you get this kit?

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Tiny house living should 5th third bank customer service phone number for everyone who wants it, which is what makes the kit option so great – you don’t have to become an expert builder just to try your hand at putting together your own tiny home.

Whether you are looking for one with a foundation, one with a trailer, or a tiny house with whatever features you might need, there are tons of builders that can include your custom needs.

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The Best Tiny House Kits on the Market in 2020

Building a tiny house from scratch takes time and patience. Unless you’re a professional contractor, the planning process alone can quickly become overwhelming. It’s for this reason that many people who are interested in this lifestyle choose to start with a tiny house kit. You still get the hands-on experience of building your own home, but the kit comes with everything you need. Well, almost everything.

From pre-cut materials to the very last screw, this option will ensure you don’t have that dreaded moment where you realize you’ve forgotten something essential like to leave room for your front door to open. Here’s a look at everything you need to know to help you with your decision as well as some of the best tiny house kits on the market today.

Things to Know Before Building a Tiny House Using a Kit

While the price tag on most tiny house kits can be appealing, there is no standardization in regards to what you’ll be receiving for that price. For example, not all kits include a foundation or trailer. Others might only provide with the materials need to build the shell and leave you without an interior. For these reasons, it’s essential that you know exactly what you’re getting when comparing different tiny house kits.

It’s also important to know that a kit only constitutes for about 25 to 35 percent of the cost of the entire project. There are still some elements that need to be considered as they will likely require a professional, such as your electric and plumbing connections. Unless you have experience in these fields, the cost of hiring someone will significantly contribute to the overall cost of your tiny home. So calculate the price of any construction workers you need to hire, tools that you rent or buy, and the charge of the lot you will be building on.

There are ways to get around these additional costs, but it’s important that you understand the cost of these kits won’t be the final cost of your tiny house. If you’re still eager to become part of the tiny house community, here are some of the best kits on the market today:

Jamaica Cottage Shop - Vermont Cottage

Jamaica Cottage Shop

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The Jamaica Cottage Shop has many tiny house kits to choose from, including this one they call Vermont Cottage A. All of their kits are available to buy in several stages of the construction process including just the frame, a DIY kit, and a fully assembled home. Each item that comes in the tiny house kit package is color-coded and numbered, making the construction process simple. Little or no building experience is needed to put these homes together, as their Domenic Mangano insists that anyone with a hammer can get it done.

This one-room cabin features high ceilings, an open floor plan, a loft, and a small porch. It can be built with the intent to use it as a guest house, children’s playhouse, or for full-time living. Their website has an easy to use calculator that can give you an idea of all of the customization options you have as well as their price.

The Jamaica Cottage Shop makes tiny house living a breeze with the various DIY kits they have available. Here are the details on their Vermont Cottage A package:

Pricing (Complete Pre-Cut Kit):

  • 16’ x 20’ - $13,464
  • 16 ’x 24’ - $16,155
  • 16’ x tiny home kits for sale - $20,194
  • Please check the website for lower Frame Only prices

Includes:

  • Precut DIY framing
  • All necessary hardware
  • Home siding
  • Roofing
  • Doors and windows
  • Free shipping to the United States and Canada

Possible Customizations:

  • Extra windows
  • Flooring
  • Three Season Insulation package
  • Four Season insulation Package
  • Electricity
  • Plumbing
  • Weathervanes
  • Numerous siding options
  • Alternative roofing styles
  • Hurricane package
  • 6” wood stove roof pipe flashing
  • Termite shields
  • Laveo toilet
  • Natures Head composting toilet

B&B - Wedge

Wedge

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B&B Tiny House Builders offer ranges from full custom tiny houses to frame kits. You can see their multple frame kits here. All their kits are offered with or without the trailer and the roof, depending on your skillset and on the flexiblity you want to have. Bonus: They all come with a 25-year warranty, meaning you can rest assured that your frame will be solid.

The Wedge is a simple but elegant tiny house on wheels. Here are the specs for the Complete Package:

Pricing:

  1. 20’ - $14.460
  2. 24’ - $15,980
  3. 28’ - $19,140

Includes:

*Panelized Steel Framing *25 Year Warranty *ICC Certification *Framing Hardware Package *Lightweight Structural Wall R-Sheathing *Zip System Roof Sheathing *3/4″ Advantech Subfloor *Sheathing Installation Kit *Everything from the Standard & Plus Kits *Tiny House Foundation Trailer (Trailer prices fluctuate: please contact us for an accurate quote) *Foundation Anchoring Hardware

Possible Additions/Upgrades:

*Trailer Axle Upgrade *Zip System Wall R-Sheathing *CNC Pre-Cut Sheathing *Sketchup Model *Tiny House Plans

Arched Cabins

Arched Cabins

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If you’re looking to build a tiny house quickly, Arched Cabins might have just what you need. Their kits are said to be so easy to construct that two people can put these homes together in only a few days. With a variety of sizes available, the liveable cabins that include room for a bathroom and kitchen range they offer range in size from 120 to 1200 square feet.

Without the option to build these tiny houses on wheels, it’s necessary to either create your own foundation or order a concrete block foundation with your kit. It’s important to note that Arched Cabins doesn’t offer plumbing and electricity upgrades. If this is something you can’t do yourself, then you’ll have to hire a professional and should account for that in the price of your tiny home. Here’s a look at the details for their 12ft wide arched cabin, without upgrades:

Pricing (excluding delivery):

  • 12’ x 10’ - $2,650
  • 12’ x 24’ - $6,360

Includes:

  • Floor plates
  • Ridge beam
  • Roof paneling
  • Hardware
  • Standard R-13 insulation

Possible Additions/Upgrades:

  • Concrete block foundation
  • Loft structure and ladder
  • Exterior stairs
  • Insulation upgrade
  • Fireplace thimble installation

Shelter-Kit

shelter kit

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If you have specific tiny house needs, then you might want to consider a Shelter-Kit. Each kit is custom made based on the size you want and can be designed to be a 1-story, 1 ½-story, or 2-story model. One of the benefits of choosing to buy your kit from Shelter-Kit is that they claim no power tools are needed to assemble them. It might be wise to have a hammer or two on hand though.

Options start at 875 square feet, and can either be completely custom made from your own designs or alterations can be made to one of their existing blueprints. All of their models allow for simple additions, so if you want to add an extension at a later time, you’ll be able to. This allows you to start with a smaller, more affordable structure knowing you will always have the opportunity to add rooms to your home. At $28 to $49 per square foot, here’s what you can expect with a package from Starter-Kit:

Pricing Depending On Size:

  • Basic Kit - $24,500 to $84,000
  • Advanced Kit - $42,875 to $147,000

Includes:

  • Frame
  • Flooring
  • Exterior wall sheathing
  • Siding
  • Roof sheathing
  • Trim
  • Shingles
  • Hardware

Possible Additions/Upgrades:

  • Alternative siding looks
  • Higher ceilings
  • Windows
  • Doors
  • Second floor with stairs
  • Porch or deck
  • Skylights
  • Lofts

Artisan Tiny House - Curved House

Curved House

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A unique tiny house on wheels, the Curved House model gives off a gypsy vibe that some in the tiny community look for. You get the retro look without having to refurbish an old wagon. Designed by Artisan Tiny House, this kit can be purchased in several sizes and can also be customized to include a loft. The curved roof certainly stands out, but it can be more challenging than other kits to put together so make sure you’re up for it.

Artisan Tiny Houses uses Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) in their kits, which are not only eco-friendly and lightweight but also an affordable alternative to other materials used to build tiny house frames. They’re already insulated, but you can upgrade to a thicker option if you live in an area where you think you’ll need more. Here are the details for the Curved House on wheels:

Price:

  • 8’ x 16’ - $12,000
  • 8’ x 20’ - $13,000
  • 8’ x 24’ - $14,000

Includes:

  • 4 ½” SIPs for the floor, walls, and roof
  • Custom window and door placement
  • Window and door cutouts
  • Hardware

Possible Additions/Upgrades:

  • Custom trailer
  • Thicker SIPs providing more insulation

Summary

Tiny house kits give you the opportunity to build your home without the frustration that comes with trying to figure out how to construct it from scratch. Building experience is no longer necessary with packages like these, as the hardest part of the process is deciding which one to buy. Each kit should come with a materials list so you’re aware of both the items you’re lake fort smith weather as well as the ones you will need to buy to complete the project. It may even be a good idea to look at the materials list before deciding on a kit so you can compare the cost of any upgrades or additions they offer to similar items in local stores.

It has never been easier to build a tiny house than it is today, and these tiny house kits are making it even more accessible. The building process makes it so that anyone can give this DIY project a try, and with housing costs on the rise, more and more people are. Find the right tiny house kit for you and get ready to join the tiny community!

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