$8,000 Tiny Adorable Log Cabins That Will Surely Rock Your World, Wow!
These hot selling prefab cabins are the perfect sized prefabs for use as vacation homes or seaside villas. Whether you are a business owner or someone in need of a tiny cottage to get away, prefab homes are the way to go. Priced affordably between $140 to $350 US per square meter, prefab kits have a lot of the work already done. With a prefab home all of the walls, roofing and flooring are done for you. These prefab cabins are built using quality Russian Pine, with fiberglass roofing shingles. The windows and doors are also included. Imagine sitting outside on your covered porch looking out at the surrounding views. Each prefab kit comes with a set of detailed building instructions so there will be no problems when putting each kit together. These tiny prefab cabins would make the perfect seaside retreat, a great business idea, and way of life.
Prefabricated kits have been around for a long time. While prefab home kits may seem like something new, the first prefab homes and movable home structures were originally invented in the 16th century in India by Akbar, and may go back as far as to 1160 to 1170 when talk of a castle being moved in a kit form. Prefab homes also have a long history in the United States. With an early version of a prefabricated construction was sent from England all the way back in the 1600s. But real prefabrication construction similar to what we know today did not take off until the arrival of house kits. House kits would contain all of the house's parts, so the owners could then build the homes themselves or hire people to construct the house kits for them. The earliest house kits were sold by The Aladdin Company from their catalog in 1906. One of the best-known early home kit sellers was the Sears, Roebuck, and Company which sold more than 100,000 homes from the years of 1908 to 1940. There were some factors are what made the home kits popular. Home kit companies like Aladdin, which was based in Michigan, benefited from the automotive, iron, steel and coal industries that were booming in their areas. People with money wanted to build houses for their families that were away from the city, and with an improving road system that allowed them to build in the country, house kits became popular. Also just like the automotive industry benefited from assembly-line production, so did manufactured homes. Housing parts, that instead of being constructed on site by carpenters, could be mass-produced on conveyor belts and then shipped to the site for much lower costs. Skilled laborers didn't have to make plaster walls if drywall could be mass-produced in a factory, along with plumbing and electrical wiring, which could also be installed much more cost effectively at an indoor factory instead of on site by an assortment of skilled laborers. Today, prefab are making a comeback, and quickly becoming popular again in the United States, Canada, and Europe. It makes sense that these homes are gaining in popularity, as they save time, money and with so many options available are a practical choice when it comes to new homes. Before purchasing a prefab home kit, you will want to do your research and make sure you understand exactly what is included in your prefab home kit.
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