Looking for a tiny home of your dreams, but don’t have a large budget?
A standard prefab Arched Cabin tiny house kit comes complete with floor plates, ribs, a ridge beam, R13 insulation (though this can be upgraded to R25 insulation for cooler climes), Super Span roof paneling, trim and fasteners.
It does not come with a foundation, installation, interior finishing or end caps; however, the distributors are able to provide assistance to those who aren’t avid DIYers. Even build it for you.
Browse through the pictures to get a better view of what life in one of these cabins would be like.
These tiny houses, or arched cabins, are rated for 150mph winds and 30 PSF (pounds per square feet) of snow, so if constructed properly you will not have to worry.
OK, But How Much?
The smallest cabin costs under $1,000 before shipping and without all the upgrades, while a one-room tiny home, costs less than $5,000 for the basics.
The largest kit costs $12,800 for the basics.
Different kind of upgrades and even custom sizes are available.
For more information, see the developers at Arched Cabins