Depends on size, features and complexity of the design.
Call Rich and he can talk to you about what your cabin might cost,
or email throught the contact link.
Yes. The only limitation is the cost of shipping.
Typically I don't use "certified" green materials. But if you require it, I can (and have) built to green specifications. For instance: wool insulation, shielded wire, solid wood construction with no OSB or plywood.
The smaller cabins such as the Camp Cabin, can be pulled with you
own PU truck, but advise against it because they are wide and bulky.
The tongue weight on the larger cabins is can be as much as 5000 lb.
8 wide models are designed to be moved with your own vehicle.
I warrant against manufactures defects.
Yes, I have lots of happy customers. See the testimonial on the home page.
Certainly, but you must purchase at least 2 cabins for display. We do not "floor" cabins.
Typical full sized loft cabin is around 21,000 lb.
Full sized non-loft is roughly 18,000.
Yes, I can install inverters with built-in chargers and batteries. Solar panels can go on the roof or mounted on a pole in the ground that can be turned to follow the sun. Composting toilets, water tanks, holding tanks are all possible, but not necessarily practical when dealing with wider floor plans.
Yes, as long as I know the dimensions.
No, I charge more for drywall.
Not very often do I build just shells. For some cabin designs it is quite easy to build only a shell, and for others it is not possible. A shell is defined as bare stud walls with no wiring, plumbing, insulation with the roof and exterior done.
Perhaps. Some cabins are easy to build, while others are difficult. I will sell you the plans and materials if you like
Yes, my fee is $1500
8-12 weeks typically, and depends on what my work load is.
Address: Rich's Portable Cabins, 150 bidwell Road, North Powder, Oregon 97867 between Baker City and LaGrande, roughly 250 miles east of Portland.
Visitors welcome 8-4:30 Monday through Friday. Weekends by appointment only.
That would be fine with me, but not necessarily with the county you live in. If you are concerned about such laws, you may want to consider inquiring at the county planning dept. It truly depends on who answers the phone at the planning dept. and the county you want to place the cabin in.
15 years building cabins
If you are realistic about the "cost to expection ratio", then I can build within your price range.
Typically not, however, it is within the realm of possibilities if it is something I can use.
No I don't have a catalog.
Buy 3 or more of the same model with no changes.
No. I can point you in the right direction.
Most banks have RV loan programs. For commercial ventures, you might qualify for a lease program through leasing companies.
Usually around $6.50 per mile. To the east coast is around $14,000. I have no control over the cost of trucking other than by soliciting bids from multiple companies. I suggest you do the same.
1/2 down with the remainder upon completion.
Here are some typical options:
1x8 tongue and groove pine for interior walls and ceilings with 2
coats of lacquer.
1/2 OSB wall and roof sheathing
House wrap vapor barrier
Log or cedar lap siding
Green metal roof
Roof vapor barrier
Steel I-beam frame with axles and tires
2x6 floor joists
2x4 wall studs
Carpet in loft
Factory-built trusses rated tor the location where the cabin will be going
1 coat of exterior stain
Double pane vinyl windows with low E rating (white or almond standard, other colors available)
Deep bowl stainless steel sink
Ball valve faucet fixtures
one piece fiberglass tubs and showers
Oval china lav sink
Bathroom ventilation fan
Fiberglass entrance doors
Natural hemlock solid grain trim and sills
Birch cabinets with melamine boxes and shelves
Laminate counter tops
Pex water piping
3" sewer connection
Garden hose water connection
In order to get an accurate quote please do the following: Copy and
paste the entire options list into a new message. Highlight the
option you desire and email it back to me with your name and phone number. If the feature isn't on the list, it doesn't mean it can't be
done. Standard options are denoted with an asterisk*
*10 gallon propane
10 gallon propane/electric
30 gallon 240v electric
On demand propane
*12-15,000 btu propane Radiant vented to the exterior
40,000 btu propane or natural gas forced air
Electric base board
Electric forced air recessed wall heaters
A/C with heat
*Plank pattern vinyl
Carpet in bedroom and/or living room
Carpet in loft
*Log (shaped from a 2x8)
Teton (shaped from a 2x10)
Board and Batten (rough sawn plywood with 1x3 battens 16" oc)
Cement fiberboard lap siding
*Metal exposed screws
Metal hidden screws
Appliances: *Some cabin models have no range. Cabins can be sold without some appliances. White is standard color
20" propane/natural gas range
30" propane/natural gas range
Propane fridge under counter
Propane fridge full sized
20" electric range
30" electric range
Small under counter electric fridge
Large under counter electric fridge
28" wide 15 cf electric fridge
30" wide 18 cf electric fridge
30" range hood vented to the exterior
30" combination microwave/range hood vented to exterior
Stacked 24" laundry center
Washer/dryer all in one under counter (will wash and dry in the same machine)
*Recessed can lights
*Exterior coach lights at each entrance
Surface mount interior lights certain models
Wall sconce interior lights
Ceiling fans with lights
Surface mount porch lights
*Bar light in bathroom with 3 globes
*Ceiling globe lights at peak
I might, if it is local and I have the time.
No, just a level, compacted surface.
Hard to say. You need to check with the local planning dept. to know with certainty.
Only if we can turn it into a vacation (Hawaii for instance).
Not likely. Our drivers are very good and go the extra mile to make sure your cabin is delivered safely.
As long as a regular stick built home with proper maintenance .
When attached to the land and sold as a package, they can make the property easier to sell. I am not listed with NADA, and my cabins are not on a depreciation schedule.
Yes, they are typically "turn key".
Yes, minimums are R-13 walls, R-19 floor and R-25
Yes, with low E insulating glass.
The stain usually lasts about 5 years.
On certain models only.
Roughly twice the width of the cabin, with the same in the front and back of the cabin.