Pre-fab Cabin Kits Are Designed Around Century-Old Construction Techniques

Pre-fab Cabin Kits Are Designed Around Century-Old Construction Techniques

SOUTH LONDONDERRY, Vt., Feb. 23, 2015 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Jamaica Cottage Shop, Inc., values tradition. As a result, its pre-fabricated cabins, tiny houses and storage shed kits are designed to be constructed based on techniques learned from previous generations.

Domenic Mangano, owner, Jamaica Cottage Shop, says that one of its most popular and substantial floor plans is the 20 x 30 cabin kit. It’s a large post and beam cabin that comes with a variety of design options to suit multiple needs. For example, it can be used for cold storage, as a livestock barn, or for a year-round, 1,200 square-foot living space.

“Our cabin kits are designed to meet tough building standards, and we use materials traditionally used by farmers – materials that are rugged and bug resistant,” Mangano says.

The 20 x 30 cabin kit features heavy 8 x 8 post and beams and the timber frame allows for endless customizations. And, like all of their cabin kits, the 20 x 30 pre-fab cabin plans feature locally sourced, hemlock timber frame construction with true mortise and tenon joinery. All of the necessary oak pegs, fastening materials, insulated windows and doors and step-by-step DIY-plans are included.

Mangano adds that these cabin and storage shed kits are the most affordable on the Internet. And, Jamaica Cottage Shop ships all over North America; shipping is free in the continental U.S.

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About Jamaica Cottage Shop, Inc.:
In business for 20 years, The “Jamaica Cottage Shop” name derives from the tiny New England town of Jamaica, Vermont where the company had its humble beginnings in 1995. Today, the company is based in Londonderry and produces a full line of outdoor storage shed kits, tiny houses, outhouses and green living cabins. Hand-crafted by Vermont artisans, these buildings are as durable as they are attractive and are built in the post and beam tradition.

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