The bitter truth of life is that not everyone can afford a tiny house let alone a traditional home. Yes, there are manufacturers around the world that are offering fully finished micro-dwellings on wheels for as less as $30k. However, it doesn’t imply that everyone would have enough dough in their pocket to spend on a mobile habitat.
There are daily wagers who struggle to make ends meet, there are immigrants who are finding it hard to pay rent, and then there are people who are just kickstarting their careers, and can’t afford a $30,000 dwelling. For such people, Walmart has brought out a $3,000 tiny house to change some lives forever.
If you are looking for a tiny home that’s cheap and durable, look no further because Walmart’s $3,000 tiny house kit (in fact, it costs a lot less than that) is easy to assemble and saves you loads of money. In addition, there is no transportation cost and it gets delivered free of cost. The kit includes ‘Beachwood’ planks that can be assembled to give rise to 10×12 feet tiny house. It can either be used as a regular dwelling or can be utilized as the perfect outdoor storage solution for people with restrained space.
Whatever the case, the mini house offers a cozy and comfortable stay inside, courtesy of a gaggle of windows that allow the room to stay fresh, airy, and bright. In addition, you can simply add a mattress and other furnishings inside to turn the shed into your dream home.
“The extra-wide 64-inch doors provide easy access for lawn tractors and other large equipment, while the 7-inch tall side walls offer plenty of vertical storage space for rakes, shovels, and other long-handled tools,” mentions the company, just in case you only plan to use it as a storage shed.
Finished in weather-resistant siding, a premium treated floor keeps your structure protected from the elements and bugs. If you are highly doubtful about your buy, the tiny home comes with a 15-year warranty, what else does one want? Not much has been revealed about the interior, but I assume it can sleep two people with ease and also includes an in-built table and shelves since it was conceived as a storage shed mainly.
This brings us to the DIY part. The company states, “This one-of-a-kind shed kit is pre-cut and only requires basic skills and household tools for assembly. With no measuring, no cutting, and user-friendly instructions, this will prove to be an enjoyable DIY weekend project.” Overall, Walmart’s tiny house is a great escape from rising rents, though you’d need to look after features like heating and plumbing by yourself, only then it can be transformed into a dream home.
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