Tiny House for Under $1,000
We’re betting you’ve already noticed the tiny house trend is still going full speed ahead. Tiny houses offer inexpensive solutions to leave a smaller footprint on the environment, simplify your life and detach from the tempting draw of over-consumption, and have your own independence that even a condo or high-rise apartment can’t offer.
For some, tiny houses are a simple way to bring family closer together. For others, they’re a much-needed source of extra income. For others yet, they’re a life-saving shelter that’s keeping them from homelessness.
No matter what type of tiny house bug you’ve caught, you’re going to love this unique looking and totally adaptable space. Introducing Arched Cabins! Manufactured in Texas and delivered nationwide, these tiny houses come with all the materials and instructions you need to build your shelter in as little as 6 weeks!
Arched Cabins are built to be durable in American summers and winters, with materials that will last long. The design also lends itself to be environmentally friendly:
“We believe in being green! Our Super Span roof paneling has a 40 year warranty, is made from 32-50% recycled steel and comes in 23 Energy Star rated colors! We encourage the use of alternative energy systems and the shape of our cabins lends itself to water collection! All of our cabins come with a minimum of R13 insulation for energy conservation.”
Take a Tour of a Completed Arched Cabin on Wheels
How Much Do Arched Cabins Cost?
Arched Cabins come in a range of sizes, making them suitable for everything between a spa, a garage, or a 4 bedroom family cabin! The smallest option is the classic 8 feet by 8 feet cabin, which rings in at just $960. Arched Cabins also charges a premium on shipping fees which varies depending on which state you’re located in.
8′ Wide Arched Cabins
Recommended for hunting lodge, storage shed, steam room/spa, restroom, and sleeping space.
8’x8′ Arched Cabin Kit = $960
8’x12′ Arched Cabin Kit = $1440
12′ Wide Arched Cabins
Recommended for studio, a one bedroom cabin with a kitchen and restroom, a small garage or storage space, or a larger hunting lodge for 1-2 people.
12’x12′ Arched Cabin Kit = $2160
12’x24′ Arched Cabin Kit = $4320
12’x32′ Arched Cabin Kit = $5760
14′ Wide Arched Cabins
Recommended for small cabin with one bedroom, and will easily fit a full bathroom and kitchen and a small living area. They can also be used as a garage, an office, a she-shed or man cave, or just as extra space for a special hobby.
14’x14′ Arched Cabin Kit = $2800
14’x20′ Arched Cabin Kit = $4000
14’x32′ Arched Cabin Kit = $6400
16′ Wide Arched Cabins
Recommended for 1-2 bedrooms, a full bathroom, and a kitchen and living area. They’re perfect for a family that spends a lot of time outdoors, and wants to have a secure space to cook and sleep in at night. They’re also a great size for a garage, boat dock cover, larger office space or conference room, or a common area for a community.
16’x16′ Arched Cabin Kit = $3520
16’x24′ Arched Cabin Kit = $5280
20′ Wide Arched Cabins
Recommended for a family cabin with enough head room for a living area in the loft. They easily accommodate 2-3 bedrooms and a full kitchen and living area, plus 2-3 bathrooms.
20’x20′ Arched Cabin Kit = $5200
20’x30′ Arched Cabin Kit = $7800
20’x40′ Arched Cabin Kit = $10,400
24′ Wide Arched Cabins
Recommended for family cabins with larger community areas such as a kitchen and Great room or living room, and will accommodate up to 3-4 bedrooms and 2-3 bathrooms as well.
24’x24′ Arched Cabin Kit = $7680
24’x32′ Arched Cabin Kit = $10,240
24’x40′ Arched Cabin Kit = $12,800
Before You Build
Tiny house laws in the United States can vary by state, county, and city! If you’re interested in the benefits of tiny house living as a way to simplify your lifestyle, as a cute mini vacation, or even as a “granny pod”, you’ll need to be aware of the zoning laws and building codes in your area.
For example, in Illinois, tiny houses are permitted in campgrounds, RV parks, and private property. If they’re on wheels, they must be registered as a recreational trailer and abide by trailer regulations. And they’re completely banned in Chicago. For an overview of the tiny house laws in your state, check out Tiny Society. For more details, go to your local city hall.