Turning a shed into a tiny house, a shed house, has become more and more popular over the last few years. Part of this new tiny home movement is a push toward a minimalist lifestyle. The main goal of choosing a shed for a home is to save money and enjoy life to the full instead of collecting items.
Here are some reasons why people choose a shed house.
It is the most cost-effective approach
Tiny homes can cost around $30-$60,000 a shed home can be built for around 10,000. For some people just a few years of saving up cash well allow them to live in their home debt-free. No lengthy 30-year mortgage here.
Last time to build a home exactly as you want it
Building a tiny home out of a shed takes way less time than traditional homes or even other types of tiny homes. The time it takes to create a shared home is minimal, and some even do it in their spare time on nights and weekends.
Less Home Ownership Stress with a Shed House
There are several costs associated with homeownership, owning the smallest of tiny homes creates much less cost and maintenance demand. The costs of upkeep will be less and the size of maintenance and repair jobs will be less as well. This means less time spent on home upkeep and running costs translating to less demand and stress.
It is a less Costly way to Create More Space for Your Home
Some shed home builders are looking to create more space at their regular home. Instead of adding on to their home, they opt for a shed home. A shed home is a much less expensive way to create another room on your property. You can use it as a guest room that allows for more privacy, or a hobby room, or even a man cave.
A Tiny Home Made from a Shed is Easier to Move
For some, the allure of a tiny home is that it has the possibility to be built on wheels and be easily moved. Those who are looking to travel the world and truly experience each place they are in by living there for a little while choose to put their tiny home on wheels. For some they just want the ability to move the home easily because their land is leased and only temporary.
A shed home is a bit smaller and lighter making it easier to place on wheels and move it around. It could even be easily lifted up onto a trailer and moved, if it has not been attached to a permanent foundation when it was built.
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