HOMEOWNERS who could use the extra space might have just found their latest tiny home extravaganza.
Many people have made their micro-home a permanent place of residence, however rent prices don’t always stay fixed.
But this affordable option from DuraMax offers ample space for living and storage.
It’s 10.5-feet-by-13-feet and comes with an appealing window.
Or there’s a smaller 10.5-feet-by-10.5-feet option selling for $1,449.
The DuraMax Woodbridge tiny home kit is on sale for $1,668.99.
Based on the product description, this is part of DuraMax’s Plus Signature line, and it’s the largest tiny home in the collection.
The kit has 3.5 out of five stars. According to the product’s description, it can be transformed to a useful hobby or activity room.
One buyer wrote the delivery came ahead of schedule and the purchase was, “worth every penny!”
“Directions are great and pictures are accurate. Be sure to heavily silicon the pins on roof panels to avoid leaks.”
It’s beige and brown and made of a comfortable vinyl material.
The weather resistant vinyl is said to prevent rot, rust, or mildew.
Tall double doors line the shed’s exterior with two handles and a padlock.
The wall columns are reinforced by strong metal structures for a durable build.
There’s also space to mount handy shelves for hanging garden tools.
TINY ON TINY
Walmart isn’t the only place to fulfill someone’s tiny home needs.
It’s a 10-by-12-feet structure with a high gable roof for ample space inside.
It’s built to prevent insect infiltration, and there’s a 12 year limited warranty on each purchase.
The Home Depot also has a rustic wooden sunshed for gardening on sale for $5,799.
The purchase comes with installation hardware and helpful assembly manual.
Home Depot says on its website the entire shed shouldn’t take more than 16 hours to assemble.
Another shed from Walmart sells for $320 with plenty of space.
And Wayfair slashed the price to $3,406.52 for its 10-by-12-feet tiny home.