thunderlord2200: good idea of a house tho to build off of at home..
toben42: I'm getting something like that for a cabin. looking at 16x40 with a double loft.
joe blow: you should be able to build this yourself for alot less than 10k
kevinpeedy: i need space to put my giant cross when im ready to burn it
Kylah b: That is no deal. Thats a rip off. Ive seen tiny houses completely finished with appliances and everything for cheaper and look way better. You spend 10 grand and a few more to finish that up to make it liveable.
Rob K: How do you get around planning and zoning..? Most counties will not allow a live space without x number of square feet, water, electric, sewer/garbage. or a well.
Debra Boone: I like that first one it does look roomy!
connie paris: No electric, plumbing or insulation? $9800 is ridiculous for a shed.
Sheila White: i would love to live in one of those tiny houses.
Elizabeth Neely: where can I purchase this??
Kenneth Krajewski: nice. video!whats the company name. im gonna need one drop delivered in montana or nevada. without killing the price of cabin. the solar and water and wood stove etc. that's all easy. thanks again
Papa Ritz: It's not built well, looks like 2" x 2" wall studs, no insulation, etc..
Jeannie Carmona: I'm very new to this tiny house project and if anyone can tell me what they mean by Living off the grid? I don't know what that means and im still trying to get educated more about my living ? If someone can take the time I would appreciate it thanks
crystal lane: do you know.a company near cali?
Ana G.: what do you need to do to complete theses buildings and do you happen to know the cost of completion?
John Lucien: have you built a couple hundred houses in my time I can tell you that this place is missing a lot of stuff. it's missing Plumbing electric insulation wall board kitchen cabinets bathroom cabinets kitchen fixtures and appliances bathroom fixtures trim Electric trim Plumbing floors paint lightning and the most important thing of all day foundation. even if you have all that other stuff lined up still probably going to have to hook up to City Water and Sewer which is going to require building permit and if you get a building permit they're going to want to look at every inch of that framing to make sure it's to their city or county code. Chances are it is not and you're going to have to do things to the frame to make it compliant. It looks well built but no matter what there's always going to be something that's not right. inspectors get paid to find that stuff, and they will. permits and inspections in most areas will cost close to $10k... all the other stuff I mentioned above will cost many thousands more.
Brian O: did you get it??
Brian O: really nice
samantha nicholson: good size and price for it. in our town largest size they get here is 12x32
prebuilt homes -Off grid cabin - tiny house - options you can afford for 10k5
out of 5