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Published : 19.06.2014 | Author : admin | Categories : Storage Bins
There is an adorable two story model that has been on a local company’s lot that I have fantasized about living in for years. We’ve seen this featured 2 story building alond with another 2 story building with a front porch across the front either in Commerce, Ga or at another Home Depot.
You can buy the exact same shed or any number of buildings, including small houses, guesthouses and inlaw suites from local builders specializing in backyard construction. I have thought about making a tiny home out of a shed since I was a kid but it was never a serious thought until I was at Home Depot Sunday and I saw this one and I just immediately pictured turning it into a home.

Our cabin did not start out with one of these, but when we saw one of those sheds at our Lowe’s we knew that it would have been a good start on our cabin. They’re generally cheaper than a big box store and can customize the place to meet code. I took a picture of it and told a few of my friends and then I went online and found that a few people have used this exact one to turn into a home. Our kitchen area has an under counter refrigerator and a 20 inch stove with a total of 10 feet of butcher block counter top.

There was a good fifteen or twenty degrees difference in the temperature of the two, and this was summertime in Texas. I would say the $8,700 shown for the Home Depot shed above is about what I would expect to pay if all I did was write a check.

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