Model 24 is the largest Monolithic Cabin we currently construct. It has a diameter or width of 12 feet, a length of 24 feet and a living area of 266 square feet. It can be easily designed as a rental unit, guest accommodations, or your personal mini-castle in the mountains or near a lake. Consider it for bunk space for a recreation or work camp; or make a medical clinic for remote locations; or office space for a barber/beauty shop or any other commercial venture.
Monolithic Cabin – Model 24 Pricing
Cabin Shell – $23,512
The cabin shell is basically just the dome “shell”. There is the two framed out openings that are ready to receive the door and windows. The cabin shell comes with the electrical conduit sprayed into the dome shell, so that the do-it-yourselfers can easily build the interior of the cabins. See below for the optional middle door layout, and “dry in” options.
Standard Cabin – $35,102
The standard cabin comes with all of the interior finished out ready to hook up to utilities and receive the appliances. This includes the complete bathroom, kitchen cabinets, kitchen counter, and ceramic tile floor.
Appliances – $915
Monolithic can supply you with the appliances to finish out your cabin. This includes the refrigerator, hot plate, air conditioner, microwave, heater, single bed with mattress, and a table with 2 chairs. A stove can be added in for an additional $600 (this price includes the added electrical infrastructure.)
Exterior Coating – $2,232
The exterior coating option will give your cabin the coating to last through years of harsh elements. It consists of a coat of Monolithic Stucco, and a coat of a silicone coating. This Monolithic coating will keep your dome clean and protected for many years.
Floor Insulation – $536
Insulating the floor is one of the most important options that can be added to the Monolithic Cabin. Once insulated, the cabin is completely insulated from head to toe, keeping it ultra energy efficient. If you are planning on skirting the cabin, and the cabin will be in a temperate climate, this may not be necessary.
Side Door Options
The model 24 has a unique option for a side door. We basically have two styles of cabins: One has a door/window combination on one end and a window on the other. This is the standard cabin layout. The second option is to have a door in the side. The side door will cost an extra $750. In addition to the side door, the cabin will have windows on each end.
Cabin with side door – $1,750
A “Dried-in” cabin means that we close in the dome with the door and windows. This includes the framing, concrete siding, doors, windows and trim.
Dry-in Standard – $1,250
This price is to dry in the standard cabin with a door and window on one end, and a window on the other.
NOTE: Shipping is not included in the prices listed above. Terms of delivery 90-120 days. We are not responsible for permits or code restraints.