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Cabana


Cabana



This kit is ideal for anyone needing some extra space for something special.  Whether it's for a backyard office, an art studio, or just a place of your own to relax: pick a size, some options for finishes, and call a friend over to help you put it together.  Typical assembly time between 2-3 weekends, depending on the finish selections.


Four Finish Options

Shell:  

Framing and Sheathing Only

Comfort:  

Shell + 3' Single Door + Overhead Window + Composite Wood Vertical Siding + Architectural Shingles + Drywall Interior

Classic:  

Shell + 6' Sliding Door + 6' Operable Clerestory Window + Knotty Pine Shiplap Siding + Architectural Shingles + Knotty Pine Interior

Luxe:  

Shell + 6' French Doors + 6' Operable Clerestory Window + Cedar Shiplap Siding  + Standing Seam Metal Roofing + Cedar Interior


12' X 10' 

Shell:  $1,960

Comfort:  $3,930

Classic:  $5,580

Luxe:  $12,220

8' X 6'

Shell:  $1,340

Comfort:  $2,590

Classic:  $3,960

Luxe:  $8,550

10' X 8' 

Shell:  $1,590

Comfort:  $3,060

Classic:  $4,690

Luxe:  $10,280


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Please note:  Because foundations and decks are best designed and built to fit your building site, they are not included in Homebuilt kits.  However, we would be more than happy to help you pick the best options for each of these, based on your needs and site.


cabana:  WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE FULL KIT

While it's up to you what aspects of your project you get from Homebuilt and when you get it, the complete kit includes everything above the foundation that isn't easily removed.

Framing & Sheathing

Windows & Doors

Roofing & Waterproofing

Siding and Trim

Insulation

Interior Finishes


cabana:  How can I buy or learn more?

The Cabana is currently only available on the East Coast.  If you would like to purchase, learn more, or get notified of future availability in your area, please:

We'll promptly contact you to answer your questions and discuss options, pricing, and shipping costs to your area.

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The Small Gable


The Small Gable


The Small Gable

 

Why such a plain name?  There are two reasons:  First, we want to be honest and straight-forward -  beautiful design is of course a supremely important goal for us, but so is simplicity.  Second, this is your kit, your building.  You name it whatever you'd like, and we'd very much appreciate your letting us know what that is!

Beyond the name, the design of this product is made to be clear, precise.  Why is something like this what a child draws when asked to draw a house?  It's not because this is what all the houses around her look like.  If you pay attention, there are very few pure gable houses around - at least not any more.  But the straight gable is historically the wheelhouse of home designs for many cultures and climates.  It sheds snow and rain extremely efficiently.  It allows for a high, open ceiling with few columns or interior walls.  And, as chicken-and-egg as this may be, it just says "home", plain and simple.  

The Small Gable kit comes in a variety of configurations, from just the framing to everything including all windows, doors, finishes, lighting, electrical, plumbing, toilet, bath vanity, etc.  You pick what parts of you kit you want us to send you, and when you want them sent.  We'll make sure everything is DIY ready, including pre-drilled holes for screws/nails, numbered/interlocking parts, and a custom, image-based manual for your configuration.


Product Facts:

Price:  $3,500 to around $28,750, depending on size, options, and inclusions

*Higher prices include everything above the foundation or pad, including heat, AC, electrical, plumbing, finishes, and applicable appliances

Exterior Dimensions:  10' x 12' x 14' (height) or 12' x 14' x 14' (height)

Door:  Steel or Wood Ext. Door w/ Keyed Deadbolt
Windows: Anderson Energy-Efficient Windows
Exterior Wall Finish:  Options include:  Composite Siding, Pine Siding, Fiber-Cement Board, and/or Corrugated Steel
Roofing:  Asphalt Shingles or optional Corrugated Steel
Interior Floor Finish: Laminate Wood Flooring
Interior Wall Finish:  Drywall or Pine Planks
Cathedral Ceiling Finish: Drywall or Pine Planks

*Please note that kits do not include foundation, which would be very difficult to ship!  But there are lots of very easy, inexpensive options for this.  Feel free to contact us for more details.


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Please note:  Because foundations and decks are best designed and built to fit your building site, they are not included in Homebuilt kits.  However, we would be more than happy to help you pick the best options for each of these, based on your needs and site.


small gable:  What's included in the full kit

While it's up to you what aspects of your project you get from Homebuilt and when you get it, the complete kit includes everything above the foundation that isn't easily removed.  This includes:

Framing & Sheathing

Windows & Door

Roofing & Waterproofing

Siding and Trim

Heat & AC Unit

Hot Water Heater

Electrical Panel, Wiring, Etc.

Lights, Outlets, and Switches

Plumbing Pipes & Connections

Bathroom Sink, Faucet, Toilet

Bathroom Fan

Insulation & Drywall

Interior Trim

Toilet Paper Holder


small gableHow can I buy or learn more?

The Small Gable is currently only available in the Northeast.  If you would like to learn more, included detailed configuration and pricing, please:

 

We'll promptly contact you to answer your questions and discuss options, pricing, and shipping costs to your area.

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The Escape


The Escape



quick Facts:

Kit prices: $6,500 for full structure, up to $36,000 for everything (see below) beyond the foundation

Exterior Dimensions:  27' x 20' x 15' (height)

Conditioned Square Footage:  450 square feet

Full Kitchen, Full Bath (shower), 3 Closets, Exterior Storage Nook

Energy-efficient Heating, AC, and Hot Water

Energy-efficient Windows and Doors

Easily connect to power grid, existing house power, or solar panels

No sewage needs - includes Swedish-made Seperett composting toilet (see our BLOG POST on Composting Toilets)

No oil, gas, or propane needs

(Note:  Both traditional toilets and gas-ready systems can be swapped for the standards above.)


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Please note:  Because foundations and decks are best designed and built to fit your building site, they are not included in Homebuilt kits.  However, we would be more than happy to help you pick the best options for each of these, based on your needs and site.


What's included in the full kit

While it's up to you what aspects of your project you get from Homebuilt and when you get it, the complete kit includes everything above the foundation that isn't easily removed.  This includes:

Framing & Sheathing

Windows and Doors

Roofing & Waterproofing

Siding and Trim

Insulation & Drywall

Heat & AC Units

Hot Water Heater

Bathroom & Kitchen Fan

Plumbing Pipes & Connections

Electrical Panel, Wiring, Etc.

 

Cabinetry & Int. Trim

Lights, Outlets, and Switches

Range / Stove

Refrigerator

Microwave

 

Washer/Dryer

Sinks, Shower, Faucets, Toilet

Towel Bar

Toilet Paper Holder

Closet Shelves and Rods

...and every nail, screw, roll of flashing, tube of caulk, box of staples, bucket of roofing cement, drywall tape and compound, etc. you'll need to put it all together.


you're in control

Homebuilt's mission is to put you in control.  This extends beyond using innovation to make you able to build your own home or small building.  It's in the core of our business model.  Large builders, including modular and other prefab home companies, benefit enormously from what's called "just-in-time" purchasing.  Basically, it means locking in pricing early, and on a large and discounted quantity, but then basically paying as they go.  Our technology makes it possible for us to do the same for you.

While it all starts with the structural shell (lumber and plywood), from there you can add any optional kits you'd like - siding, roofing, windows, cabinetry, etc - up to everything you need to start living in your home (including appliances).  But, if you'd prefer to start small (maybe with just the shell, or just the shell and the roofing), that's all you pay for.  Then, a few weeks or even months down the road, you can pick up where you left off.  This allows you to keep your building site free of stuff you don't need right away, and it allows you to spread out costs, or even to pick and choose on the fly what work you want to build yourself or hire someone to do. 

Whether you want to go as fast as possible and do all the work yourself, or keep it slow, spread out the costs, and pick-and-chose what you do - you're in control.  Please fill out the sheet below for details on how the Escape kit can be broken up to fit your needs.

Click here to try different configurations of the Escape Kit and see real-time pricing.


Homebuilt escapeHow can I buy or learn more?

The Escape is currently only available in the northeast quarter of the United States (Virginia to Maine).  If you would like to learn more, including receiving detailed information on specifications and pricing options, please:


We'll promptly contact you to answer your questions and get you started with the information you need.

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Cabin


Cabin


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