Off Grid Cabin

Off Grid Cabin: 100% Self Sufficient

#1 COMPLETE “OFF THE GRID” HOME CABIN:

“Ready-To-Go” “off the grid” home system that can be placed anywhere in the world and setup instant housing complete with water, power, and food. Many manufacturers do something similar to this, but they patent their designs and they are VERY expensive upwards of $100k or more. This Off Grid unit would retail for around $35k depending on the features. Sales from this product help pay for the creation of the second product.

This is a Complete Off Grid Cabin Design – It’s 100% self sufficient, meaning you can place it anywhere and it’s ready to go out of the box. Complete with water, power, heat, septic, and food. Everything you need to live for a year or more. The total living space is about 320 square feet, it’s equipped with a 1500 Watt solar panel array, or (upgradable 3000 Watt system for another $5000). An atmospheric water generation system to provide water. Propane stove and solar water heater. All fixtures, cabinets, furniture, sinks, shower and toilet facilities are included. It’s also portable. NICE huh?

This is a 1BR 1BA unit, but can be turned into a 2BR 1BA unit very economically. Retail Price Estimate: $35-$50k (depending on amenities)

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Shipping Container Home Shelter

Basic  (on grid) Shipping Container Home Shelter

#2 BASIC SHIPPING CONTAINER HOME SHELTER

The second product is a basic homeshelter (also built from a shipping container). These will be the emergency shelters and basic home models. Affordable for just about ANYONE with a price range from $5k to $25k depending on how many people and square footage.

This shelter has just the basics, power, water, and septic hookups only, plus basic plumbing, electrical, paneling, flooring, siding, windows, sink, shower etc. This is a 1BR 1BA unit, but can be turned into a 2BR 1BA unit very economically. Price to build this unit will be around $10k

MARKETS: The first market is for off-gridders, survivalists, greenies, and sustainable living community members. The second market will be affordable homes and cabins for the needy, homeless, and low income families.