Sing Tiny House Autumn Special
October 7, 2011

Sing Tiny House Autumn Special

Sing Honeycomb is offering readers of the Tiny House Blog a special Autumn Sale.

$125/panel to build tiny house (reg price: $256.00/panel) In addition to our sale prices we are offering your blog fans the opportunity to put their Tiny House dreams on a Lay-Away Plan: Our patented Sing Honeycomb Panels are the strongest, lightweight, insulated & eco-friendly panels in the world.  Other applications such as: insulated flooring, moveable partition walls, loft floors, table top substrate, counter top substrate and so much more.  Visit www.singcore.com

TINY HOUSE LAY-AWAY OFFER: We are also offering a lay-away plan for Tiny House Panels (ONLY) on an 8’ x 14’ tiny house for $2,500.00 (includes: floor, wall & roof panels: each panel measurement = 47” x 95” x 1 ¾”) 10% DOWN ($250.00)and monthly payments of only $93.75/month for 24 months with NO INTEREST
30% off our Sing Logs if they wish to build a tiny house or standard house using our Sing Premium Logs
30% off our Sing Furniture

This offer is good from October 7 to December 21, 2011
Customers wanting to take advantage of this offer must email us at info@singhome.com and put in the subject line:

  • Tiny House Blog Fans: Tiny House 50% off offer
  • Tiny House Blog Fans: Sing Logs 30% off offer
  • Tiny House Blog Fans: Sing Furniture 30% off offer

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karen - October 7, 2011 Reply

very cool but the sing tiny house site (www.singtinyhouse.com) won’t load for me : (

karen - October 7, 2011 Reply

thanks, kent. i’m, uh, at work right now anyway, so maybe this is the universe’s way of telling me i should check it out later.

Monster Garage - October 7, 2011 Reply

I find the sales approach way over the top. The website says “We are the best door maker in the world.” Really?? And how was this determined?

and, “Sing Honeycomb panel has no deflection under weight.” No, it has SOME deflection… in fact the photo next to that statement shows a panel deflecting. How about “As you can see, Sing Honeycomb panel does not deflect very much under all this weight.”

Salesmanship is one thing, but let’s at least be truthful.

    KevinC - October 7, 2011 Reply

    Hmm… which site were you on, because I didn’t spot the parts you quoted. Thanks if you responded.

    Sing Home Inc - October 7, 2011 Reply

    @Monster Garage: “Let’s Find the World’s Best Door Maker” -We should let the fans of Tiny House Blog and people vote for the best door maker in the world.

    I understand that you have some questions about our door sales approaches. However, our doors are the best because of the opinions of our buyers and us.
    -Our doors will save more energy because of its insulation(high R value). Its structure is made from natural and renewable materials, which take less energy to produce, ship, and use. It is also more dimension stable and has a long life span under weather conditions, also it’s lightweight yet it is still high-strength.

    If you look for factors above, it will lead you to Sing Home Inc, us, (we currently top Google searches under “lightweight, high strength, low-cost, etc.”)

    **If these are the qualities that you are looking for in a door and any other applications, then we would certainly be the best.**

    Thank you for your input, this will help to identify not only best door maker, but the best way to utilize our natural resources w/o sacrificing our lifestyles; and improve our products and ourselves. Sing Honeycomb can be applied to endless applications, including building tiny houses. I hope that this post clears any more troubled questions about our products. Thank you.

    -Sing Home Inc

Jaie - October 7, 2011 Reply

How does getting the house to you once it’s paid off work? Do you have to pick it up or can you have more in your cost for freight/delivery? I’m not real interested in help setting it up, but getting it to Upstate NY might be a battle and that layaway option is very attractive for someone in my income bracket.

    Sing Home Inc - October 8, 2011 Reply

    Hi Jaie, once the tiny house layaway program is finally paid in full, Sing Home Inc crates your purchase(if you live nearby, you can definitely do a local pick-up) and we send it using a freight carrier.* Thank you.
    If have anymore questions, please contact us at: info@singhome.com
    http://www.singcore.com

    *”can you have more in your cost for freight delivery?”
    – Can you please rephrase your question, because I believe I have fully answered it?

    -Sing Home Inc

      Jaie - October 9, 2011 Reply

      You answered it. I worded it badly. So it would come down to I’d more than likely have to pick it up at the nearest freight place. Story of my life, freight usually fails for my area. (aka it doesn’t really exist)

        Sing Home Inc - October 10, 2011 Reply

        No worries Jaie, the freight carriers that Sing Home Inc uses can ship to either a residential or a commercial address.

Mara - October 8, 2011 Reply

We currently live in a Sing Home and LOVE it! We receive compliments from all our guests. Thank you for your quality products!
Marg and Tim
Sequim, WA.

    Sing Home Inc - October 10, 2011 Reply

    Thank you for your purchase and review of our Sing Tiny House, it is greatly appreciated! And we at Sing Home Inc hope that you loved our tiny houses so much that you will come back for our other products:
    http://www.singcore.com
    Thanks again!

    -Sing Home Inc

Charlie - October 9, 2011 Reply

I’m too old for a tiny house even though I love the blog. If Sing had kits for say 16×24 or 24×32 etc., I would be really interested in those if they include step by step instructions and throw in that fantastic door.

Eliza Newton - October 9, 2011 Reply

How much do the Sing panels weigh? Would a semi-retired 5’2″ woman be able to lift one by herself?

    Sing Home Inc - October 10, 2011 Reply

    Hi Eliza, Sing Honeycomb panels can weigh from 16 to 70 lbs, depending on the type of skin applied. And yes a semi-retired 5’2″ woman would be able to lift our panels by herself, but always be careful!
    If you have anymore questions, don’t hesitate to ask through a reply or our email: info@singhome.com
    http://www.singcore.com

    -Sing Home Inc

Sing Home Inc - October 10, 2011 Reply

Hello Tiny House Bloggers, the Sing Tiny House Autumn Special now has an Official website: http://singcore.com/tiny_autExclusive.html!!!

-Sing Home Inc

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