The kits range from small sheds, to full blown tiny houses and cottages. They are all created in Vermont from locally sourced rough-hewn lumbers, including hemlock and white pine. Each piece in the kit is color-coded and labeled, and includes the assembly hardware needed to build the structure. Very detailed assembly instructions make it easy for even novice builders to see exactly how to build a tiny house.
Tiny Heirloom is a custom home building company that embraces the minimal lifestyle without forgoing indulgent features like claw foot tubs, or tricked-out kitchens. Their latest offering, is a tiny house kit called The Perfect Startfor DIYers who want to minimize luxuriously without the custom-built price tag. Packages, which include a tiny house shell start at $15,000.
Vermont company Jamaica Cottage Shop has a unique solution for new builders: they offer pre-designed, pre-cut kits. Building from a kit cuts down not only on costs and time, but also on stress for the tiny house buyer. These kits streamline the process, by having all of the design choices, material procurement, and delivery prepared for you before the kit arrives at your door, ready for assembly. Jamaica Cottage Shop founder Domenic Mangano explains,