What comes into your mind when you hear the word ‘kit homes’? “Mail order homes!” Correct! Kit homes are mail--- “Your turn now! What comes into your mind when you hear the word ‘kit home’?” *silence* *silence* I'd rather not say it. “Come on! We're brothers and sisters here!” I suggest that we proceed now to our--- “Say it!” Ok, fine! I think about tiny houses! Tiny houses, ok? “I can't believe you.” Oh! So what happened to the ‘we're brothers and sisters here’, huh?! “It’s not going to happen anymore.” Wow. But we’re still friends, right? “Yeah, of course!” Good, before we continue browsing these DIY kit homes, let’s get to know it first.
According to Jaclyn Fitzgerald, kit homes are “houses where most of the major components such as the framing is prefabricated in a factory and then delivered to your site where it is assembled.” So you are right about mail order homes. They are--- “I'm never wrong, buddy.” *arrogant smile* Whatever. Well, the kit home’s frame is made from pine or steel. However, it still depends on your personal preferences and the design you want. If you like to have a kit home, you have plenty of options to choose from. “You can opt for granny flats, villas, one storey homes, or double storey homes with the standard pitched roofs, flat roofs, or sloping roofs as you desire,” Fitzgerald says.
Kit homes also have benefits. And the one obvious advantage of this is that it is budget friendly. “Kit homes are much cheaper than other equivalents to both buy and install.” You can build it yourself instead of hiring builders that will cost you more. Kit homes are also environmentally friendly because the pines or steel that are used in the frame are sustainable and recyclable.
Let’s take a look at this 15 DIY Kit homes now! You might want to have this in the future! Come on and --- “Now you know, my friend. Kit homes are mail order homes.” *sighs* Yes.. *silence* So check out this 15 DIY Kit homes at the 'Bob Vila' website below. *winks*