Build Your Tiny Cabin for $10,000 in 10 Days!

So, you recently bought a nice piece of land, or maybe you a spare lot in your current property. You suddenly got the idea of building a cabin thatís under $10,000 but where do you begin? Sometimes, it can be really difficult to figure out where your next step is going to be. Fortunately, building log cabins these days are pretty straight forward. You have a lot of options available so you shouldnít have a hard time figuring out which way to go.

Cabins are very popular because they are cheap but donít compromise the stylish appeal. They also allow you build a home for a nice weekend getaway without having to spend a fortune. Generally, you can customize your own cabin but if you are not the type who can do that, you can always have a kit mailed into your new home. Yes, you can order a cabin kit so you can get it started.

For instance, this durable yet stylish arched cabin is a cheap and easy way to own a guest lodge. You can also use this as your own vacation house, cabin rental, animal shelter or even your office space at home!

The whole kit for an arched cabin can be assembled in just 10 days. Before it gets into your house, make sure that you already prepared its foundation. You may choose a beam foundation or a traditional one.

A lot of people like cabins since they are a little getaway property and they tend to be closer to nature. They can be stylish even when you live in urban areas too and you donít have to put them in the middle of nowhere. They come in contemporary styles and are pretty functional!

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