Our hearts go out to everyone who's had their lives and homes disrupted by the recent events of Cyclone Gabrielle, so to help how we can with the recovery and rebuild process, we're offerring free shipping on ANY of our cabins to anyone located in the affected New Zealand areas of Northland, Auckland, North-East Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Gisborne, and Hawke's Bay.
This free shipping offer is for a limited time and is limited to one cabin per property in the affected regions, but we do have bulk discounts available for anyone who would like to order two or more cabins, so reach out to our customer service team by Contacting Us, or call us in business hours on 0800 626 500
SheSheds are pre-approved as accessory buildings for things like home offices, storage sheds, and sleepout accommodation. So as long as you follow the build instructions and are not building close to your property boundary, than in most cases you can build without the need for getting council consent.
SheSheds are specifically designed for DIY building. This makes them ideal for times like this when qualified builders are in high demand with long wait times. Anyone who could build a deck or basic wooden fence will easily be able to follow our step by step instructions. For example, you can build a 3x3m Star Cabin in only 2-4 days.
Most of our SheShed kitsets are In Stock, Right Now, ready to deliver to your property, (As long as road access is open). Roof tiles are included. Double glazed doors and windows are included. timber cieling, walls and flooring are all included.
The below cabins are in stock now and are ready to ship as soon as we have road access to your property.
(And we have others available here as well: Browse Kitset Options Here)
SheShed cabins come as flatpack kitsets that are delivered to your property by a Hiab truck, you will need to follow the included instructions to assemble the cabin on site, (or hire a builder/handyperson to build for you). See our blog: What do I use for my She Shed Foundation?
Backyard cabins like this are not considered a tiny home and can not replace your house. To qualify for exemption from council consent for accommodation purposes, a kitset cabin must include a working smoke alarm and have access to onsite sanitary facilities. See our blog: Do I need council approval or building consent in NZ?
If you add a bathroom or kitchen into your kitset cabin, you are required by law to get council building consent, which will not be provided easily. See our blog: Can Bathroom or Kitchen Facilities be Added to Your SheShed Log Cabin?