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Monolithic’s Inventory of Cabins Priced to Sell!

Image: A sampling of the Monolithic Cabins available at a reduced price.

A sampling of the Monolithic Cabins available at a reduced price. (Barry Byers)


Monolithic Constructors, Inc. is happy to offer great deals on our current inventory of Monolithic Cabins*! We have 14 ready to ship to your site. When these are gone, we will still be offering custom constructed cabins at regular prices.

Here’s what’s available
#9001 It’s 19 feet long and finished Sale Price: $20,000.00
Features: Single door with window in door and combination lock, exterior coatings, rear wall air conditioner, enclosed bath, tile floor, cabinets with sink. This cabin is ready to go! — Regular Price: $32,526.00
#9004 It’s 15 feet long and finished Sale Price: $16,000.00
Features: Single door with window in door and combination lock, exterior coatings, tile floor, enclosed bath, air conditioner high on wall. You can come and get it! — Regular Price: $26,680.00
#9005 It’s 15 feet long and under construction Sale Price: $20,000.00
Features: Door and window, air conditioner over window, standard package. How about a game room for the kids? — Regular Price: $26,680.00
#1001, #1002, #1003, #1008 Four Three cabins, shell only-each is 19 feet long Sale Price: $12,000.00 each
1 SOLD Features: Each shell has an end door and an end window. Any one of these would make an efficient office on a job site. — Regular Price: $19,700 each
#1009 It’s 24 feet long and dried in Sale Price: $19,000.00
SOLD Features: Dried in and rough framing for a side door, two end windows and insulation under the floor. Have you thought about the business of rentals? — Regular Price: $26,270.00
#1010 This is a 24-foot-long shell only Sale Price: $15,000.00
SOLD Features: Double door on one end and single door on the other. It can provide backyard storm protection. — Regular Price: $25,512.00
#1011 It’s 19 feet long and finished Sale Price: $25,000.00
Features: Shell has standard finish with an end door, end window and a/c. Ready to move and move in. — Regular Price: $32,526.00
#1101 This is a 24-foot-long shell only Sale Price: $15,000.00
SOLD Features: This shell has a side door and two end windows. It makes affordable guest housing. — Regular Price: $25,512.00
#1110, #1111 Each of these two shells This shell is 19 feet long Sale Price: $12,000.00 each
1 SOLD Features: Each This shell has a side door and two end windows. You could easily turn one into a great hunting or fishing lodge. — Regular Price: $19,700.00 each
#1204, #1205 Each of these two shells is 19 feet long Sale Price: $12,000.00
Features: Double door at one end and a window at the opposite end. They’re ready for enhancing! — Regular Price: $19,700.00 each
#1305, #1309, #1310 Each of these shells are 24 foot long Sale Price: $15,000.00 each
Features: Shell has a double door at one end and a window at the opposite end. Ready for enhancing! — Regular Price: $23,512.00

Monolithic Cabins are Multipurpose!

They can be easily constructed, transported to your selected site, designed and used for many purposes.

Getaway Vacation Dome, Hunting or Fishing Lodge

A Monolithic Cabin can be transported to virtually any location and set on any terrain. You can easily turn it into your personal, permanent getaway with all the
benefits and advantages of a Monolithic Dome. Once it’s completed and onsite, you can attach awnings and create a shaded, outdoor, eating, relaxing area.

Rental Unit

The inside of a Monolithic Cabin is about the size of a large motel room and can include a bathroom with toilet, shower and pocket door; a kitchen with sink, cabinet, hot plate, microwave, refrigerator/freezer; one or two single beds or a fold-out couch and a closet. It’s designed primarily for one person, but can accommodate two. This makes it an ideal rental unit and a very profitable business. Each cabin is a private self-contained unit. Noise penetration, either in or out, is negligible. It is the renter’s private castle.

Worker Housing

In thousands of locations, housing is needed for workers building everything from plants to pipelines, at sites that are far from any accommodations. Monolithic Cabins can provide the housing, and,o if it’s only needed for a few years, the cabins can be moved. Onsite construction of worker housing is expensive. In many cases, it’s more economical to order completed Monolithic Cabins that can be transported and put to use in a very short time. Their rugged construction is also ideal. Depending on fit-out, the cabins can be used as bunk houses, offices, cook shacks, independent living, etc. The Monolithic Cabins’ relatively small need for energy is another plus in remote areas where electricity is furnished by generators.

Homeless Housing

Monolithic Cabins can be placed on high-dollar land in cities and moved when appropriate alternatives are met. A design variation that is smaller and suitable for a single homeless individual is available. Again, the cabins’ rugged construction makes them ideal for tough conditions.

Eco-Housing or Granny Flats

The Web defines these as “small, free-standing, removable housing modules placed on the same lot as a single-family dwelling.” A Monolithic Cabin certainly fits that
category. It can provide cozy, comfortable living quarters that cannot be easily broken into. They’re just the place to make granny or grandpa feel welcome, wanted but independent and secure.

Disaster Protection

Like a Monolithic Dome, the Monolithic Cabin can provide protection from natural disasters, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, heavy storms and tornadoes. To be used against hurricanes, the cabin needs to have shutters over all windows or have hurricane windows. To be used as a tornado shelter, the cabin is to have shutters and be sprayed with 2" thicker concrete. Even without the additional concrete, the cabins are still more disaster resistant than most structures.

Guest House

Ben Franklin once quipped that guests are like fish; they begin to smell after three days. No such problem with a Monolithic Cabin! Welcome your visitors to their own, private, pleasingly cooled or heated space in a cabin that can include comfortable sleeping, bath accommodations and – if desired – a kitchen.

Workshop

Furnish it with your workbenches, tool cabinets and equipment. It will furnish you with a workshop that confines the noise and mess but provides you with an easily maintained, secure, pleasant, little dome of your own with power, heat or air and a bathroom.

Office or Studio

With a Monolithic Cabin, a writer, artist or businessperson can have what novelist Virginia Woolf insisted was anecessity: a room of one’s own.

Play or Game Room

Put in a pool table and/or a ping-pong table and/or a card table and/or an electronic game and you have your very own play area, complete with bathroom, refrigerator and microwave.

Exercise Room

Get sweaty in your own private Monolithic Cabin where you can also shower and relax.

Store

A Monolithic Cabin can be placed into a commercially zoned area and designed as a space-efficient, virtually burglar-proof store.

Freezer or Cooler

A Monolithic Cabin designed as a freezer or cooler is super energy efficient; it uses 50% or less electricity than most other units of a similar size. Its concrete interior makes it virtually indestructible; its totally self-contained and simple to service and great for permanent service.

Designed to meet our client’s needs

We will and can modify the cabins to suit the buyer’s needs. Made of concrete, Monolithic Cabins require a minimum of maintenance and will last for centuries. By shipping the complete unit, we minimize travel for all the sub trades that come to what is often a remote site. The cabin is simply lifted off the truck with an appropriate size crane and placed on a simple, prepared foundation. Electricity, sewer and water can then be hooked to it.

Minimal land needed for rental units

Consider land usage. We find that we need two car spaces for each rental unit. We need one for the renter and one for a visitor, second vehicle, boat or trailer. So the parking actually requires more space than the units. If land is expensive, an apartment house is probably a better alternative. We are designing three-floor walk ups, and ten-story elevator apartment houses. There will be a place for these. But for much of the world, the Monolithic Cabin is the logical choice.

*This sale applies to the cabins already constructed. Shipping costs and crane rental are the responsibility of the purchaser.