Length: 16'6" Length can be shorter if customer wants smaller unit
Square Footage: 120 Sq Ft.
Arrives to Site Fully Assembled
Site electrician required to connect 50 Amp (minimum) electrical service.
Minimum: 4 leveled concrete blocks on compacted ground.
Steel Frame: Galvanized steel frame
Exterior wall: Aluminum plastic panel
Interior wall: Bamboo fiber board
Color: interior and exterior colors can be customized
Door and window: 5+9+5 double layered tempered glass
Floor: Stone plastic composite flooring
Lighting: 6 spotlights
Power: 4 double wall outlets
Weight: 3000 pounds
HVAC: Can be added
Electrical: 50 amp electrical inlet
* Customer needs to wire the pod to the house main supply
Deposit (1 day)
Feasibility (1-2 weeks)
Production (6-8 weeks)
Delivery (3-5 days)
Install (1 day)
Preassembled homes are shipped fully assembled and craned in place on your property. These fully assembled units are transported on flat bed trucks.
Ships from Torrance, CA
Shipping charge is based on how far the set up location is.
Finance Your Prefab Home
Get options for your prefab ADU, home, or property
Equity Based Loan
Co-investing helps you free up cash by tapping into your home’s equity through by letting you convert existing equity in your home to cash. Unlike a loan, there are no monthly payments, fees, or interest charges. You get a cash payment today (for up to 17.5% of its current market value) in exchange for an option to purchase a percent of equity in your home in the future. You make no payments to us until you sell your home, or 30 years pass.
Interest Based Loan
A renovation loan offers low interest rates, similar to the current market rates. The downside of the loan is that it requires your installer to document and respond to the lender. This paperwork can be a challenge for contractors. A Renovation loan that meets low interest rates and supports the following property types:
1- to 4-unit principal residence, 1-unit second home, 1-unit investment property, New or existing properties, Manufactured homes, Condos, co-ops and PUDS