Under 500 sqft prefab tiny homes and sheds starting at 9900 .

Photo Credit: Melwood Cabanas & Garden Rooms

Many homeowners need more space in their homes, but they may not be ready or willing to add on to their homes. That’s where prefab portable structures like these ones from Melwood Cabanas and Garden Rooms in Sydney, Australia come in. These prefab small houses are a very quick, practical and affordable way to build the additional building you need on your property. This is the perfect solution for anyone who needs an extra room on their property to use as a home office, a rental or a guest suite. Many people even use them for home gyms and studio spaces. All of the prefabricated construction of these small houses is done in Australia, and they offer a 10-year warranty covering all of the materials and their work. Typically, the setup of one of these small house designs will only take a day or so depending on the size which makes them a very attractive option for getting a building set up in a short time frame.

All of their prefab small house designs are waterproof just like a regular house, so you don’t have to worry about them losing heat in the colder months or getting too hot in the heat of summer. The great thing is, you can have your small house design created by the company, they will then do all of the prefabricated construction and then they will also deliver it to your property. The price range of these stylish prefab units starts at $9,900 for the Workshed Design No. 2036 and goes all the way up to $26,900 for the MOD Design No. 23 which is a small house design. The prefab kits can also be upgraded to cedar wood finishes for an extra fee, and additional items can also be added on. You can email Meldwood for more information and to get an estimate on the type of project you want to start.

Tiny house building is more popular than ever before, and it’s no wonder with the high costs of standard sized home designs. Small house designs are a good way for people to get the home design of their dreams without having to break the bank. Small house designs can not only save their owners money, but there are other benefits such as environmental benefits to the freedom a small house design offers. When it comes to tiny home designs, there are several options to design your own house from tiny house kits to prefab designs. Depending on how involved you want to be in the process of tiny house building there are different options that you might consider from tiny house kits to prefabricated construction.

Tiny house building kits are one of the ways you can achieve home ownership. With this type of small house design, there are pros and cons that will help you determine if this tiny home design is suitable for you. Small house design kits are one of the ways you can build a tiny home when you don't have all of the necessary construction skills that are required for building from scratch. A tiny house building kit offers a hands-on approach to building, and the kits are easily customized. With a tiny house kit, you will know most of the tiny house costs up front, so there won't be a lot of surprises. You can choose the tiny house building that suits your budget and lifestyle, order it, and when it arrives at your building site, build it yourself with the help of instructions and possibly a friend or two. With a tiny house building kit, you can get that sense of accomplishment that comes from building your small cottage home or tiny house building on your own, without the difficulty that building a tiny house design from scratch requires. Another pro of tiny house building kits is that you can choose from add-on options to include additional kitchen space, add on porches, bathrooms, storage and more. There are several tiny house building kits that can be built by the inexperienced builder. One of the cons of a tiny house building kit is that it will take more manual labor and time than buying a small house design that is already completed.

Learn MORE at Melwood Cabanas & Garden Rooms

To help with slow website load, we have put all photos for this article here: View photo gallery.

Privacy Policy