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Build a Backyard Mod-Shed in Less Than a Day

The shed holds a lot of imagination and potential as a tiny, backyard home. If people like Moksha Osgood and this 32-year-old woman from the UK can do it, other people who want to save money and live in a small space may be able to as well.

Mod-Shed builds contemporary shed and tiny house kits in Georgia.

Photos by Mod-Shed

Living part or even full time out of a shed doesn’t have to feel like living out of a chicken coop. There are sheds available that are pretty darn nice, let in lots of light, and look like miniature homes. Some of them can also accommodate plumbing and electrical. Several of these contemporary designs can be found with Mod-Shed.

The buildings can be used as offices, extra living spaces or hobby spaces.

Based out of Kennesaw, Georgia, Mod-Shed is a family-run business that creates modular spaces for all types of use. Their little sheds are CNC cut and prefabricated in sections for easy delivery. Each shed is constructed from 2×6, 2×8 or 2×10 beams depending on the size. Each kit is sold with T1-11 cement board siding and DIBOND aluminum composite paneling. Electrical and plumbing can be added to each unit.

Each Mod-Shed kit is delivered in completed sections.

The kits can be installed on a variety of foundations in about a day with basic hand and power tools. They can be used as offices, fitness and yoga spaces, extra living or sleeping spaces, or man caves/she-sheds. With some good space planning and minimal possessions, they could be turned into tiny homes.

The Pea Pod series has floor to ceiling windows.

Mod-Shed offers several series of their designs. The Studio Shell Series is probably the best bet as a tiny house. The 8×8 version starts at $4,799 and the largest 12×12 version is $10,799. It comes with space for a standard or double door, transom windows, interior walls ready for insulation and wiring, and primed and painted with custom colors. Additions such as split heating and cooling, delivery, and assembly assistance are extra.

The buildings can be put together in about a day.

The additional series are the Original Mod-Shed with a single door and transom windows and the Pea Pod Series. The Pea Pod has floor to ceiling windows and can be used as an art studio, greenhouse or pool house. The Original starts at $5,439 for an 8×8 size and the Pea Pod starts at $6,399 for an 8×8 size. Mod-Shed delivers to the lower 48 states and parts of Canada.

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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usvintagewood - July 19, 2020 Reply

So I’m little bit curious because I’m living in Florida. If there is a hurricane is there any chance that hurricane could destroy this? Or it depends on the materials?

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