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Investing in a log cabin or home is a big decision to make, and there are so many different options to consider. Here is the complete turn key cabin for $40,800 from Green Garden Chicken. A lovely, small log home design that would work perfectly as a tiny home or a cabin. Prospective buyers of log home kits need to be aware of a few things before they lay their money down for a log cabin building kit. There are many things that people don't know upfront that sometimes get them into financial binds down the road. Setting your budget is a very important rule to follow when looking at prefab log cabin homes. Decide what the budget can be, the maximum amount of money you are willing to spend before you start looking at plans. Sometimes there is a little wiggle room in the budget but choose a number that you will not go beyond. Once that is decided upon, make a list of the things that you want in your log home floor plan, and then you can start looking at small log home kits in your price range. One of the first things to do when looking at log home kits is to check what exactly is included in each of the kits. What materials do they include? What isn't included in the kits?

There are certain log home kits that don't include interior walls or doors, while others include the interior walls as well as the exterior walls. Many plans include the windows and the entrance doors into the home, as well as the roofing whether it be metal roofing or asphalt roofing. You also need to keep in mind the items you will have to buy once the house is built, so if a house doesn't come with cabinets, you are going to have to purchase those separately and have them installed. Appliances usually don't come with these log cabin building kits either, and things like fridges and stoves can add up pretty quickly. Furniture is also a great expense for new home owners. The complete turn-key option is great for people who just want to be able to move right into their log home or cabin. Usually, with a turn key home, everything that is needed to complete the home, so it's move in ready, is included in the overall price of the home. So for the cabin you see here from Green Garden Chicken, it is a turnkey option, but the customer still needs to furnish it and purchase appliances. So it's important to understand exactly what you are getting with each log cabin kit.

The log home kits you have to build yourself can also be a great option; they will cost you a bit less too since you usually build them yourself. Even though log home building can be a lot of hard work, with prefab log cabin homes, all of the pieces are pre-measured, cut and labeled to accommodate the customer in the building process. This way, the pieces are easy to assemble with the directions given.

This small log cabin is the Elk Amish log cabin, and it's 14 feet by 14 feet in size. With one bedroom and a loft area, the cabin you see here would be great for a small family to use for a summer or winter cabin, or it could be used as a hunting cabin. It's ready to be delivered to your property to have it placed anywhere you like it. Have a look at some of the other awesome prefab log cabin homes from Green Garden Chicken.***

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