Kit Homes & Cabins


Sierra Style Building


The Sierra style is a classic home kit design. Its vertically-oriented exterior wall and roof panels are designed for a distinctive look, and superior runoff for rain and snow.

This is the most popular of our home kits, the Sierra represents the style you see most often, and boasts our stand alone frame system. The stand alone system easily allows you to clad or cover the outside of your building with most any type of exterior material, without modifying the frame system or having to add steel components in order to attach your chosen exterior materials.



Mohave Style Building


The Mohave is the most economical purchase of all our steel kit homes. Its horizontally running exterior wall panels can give it a siding-like appearance that is a popular residential look. With those two important benefits the Mohave style steel building kit could quite possibly be the model you choose for yourself.



Teton Style Building


House kits in the Teton style feature heavy-gauge exterior panels, designed with the appearance of wood shiplap siding. These panels and the Teton’s larger eave overhang give it an especially traditional, homey look.

Because of the way the Teton’s walls and roof are engineered, home kits in this style are also a bit easier to erect than other styles. That saves time and effort for if you’re a do-it-yourselfer, and can reduce labor charges if you’ve hired a contractor.



Gambrel Style


You’re sure to recognize the Gambrel style cabin kit’s signature roof design. Yes, it’s the same design used on big barns across the land. It just happens that that design – sometimes called a Dutch hip or Dutch gambrel – makes for an ideal cabin. The steeply sloping roof sheds snow with ease. And there’s plenty of room up there for storage. Or better still, you can even choose that old cabin favorite, a space-efficient and cozy loft!