After 42 Years, Shelter-Kit Now Offers a Wider Variety of Custom DIY Home, Barn and Garage Kits for Amateur Owner-Builders
TILTON, N.H., March 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Since 1970, Shelter-Kit of Tilton, NH has been producing kit buildings, specifically designed for people who want the satisfaction and cost savings that come from assembling their own building, using a custom designed, precut kit.
After many years of requests, Shelter-Kit is now designing and producing many different styles of houses, cabins, garages and barns, far beyond their recent limited number of standard models. The company works with customers to design a unique one or two-story building, whether it is a cape, colonial, ranch or other style house, or a unique barn or garage. This means that customers can select from a variety of style and size options, participate in the design process as they wish, and enjoy the personal satisfaction and cost savings of building their own home or barn. Shelter-Kit’s staff will work with customers to design a building, including the floor plan, to be sure that they get a building that meets their requirements-without the expense of hiring an expensive contractor or architect. Many customers have turned the process of assembling a Shelter-Kit building into an enjoyable and interesting project with their neighbors, family and friends.
Over the years, Shelter-Kit has steadfastly held to the idea that their kits must be able to be assembled without the errors and hundreds of measurements and cuts that are part of the process with many other kits or building plans. With a Shelter-Kit building, you will not need any power tools, special tools or power lifts. Every piece of the kit is precut to exacting standards, except a small amount of siding that must be cut on site. Everything needed to complete a weather tight shell, including the frame, sheathing, siding, roofing and hardware, is included with the kit. A detailed Construction Manual, specifically written for each kit, guides customers through the assembly process, step-by-step.
Shelter-Kit ships buildings throughout the U.S and Canada, and to many foreign countries. Their kits meet the latest International Building Code, and local and state variations of the code.
For more information, call David Kimball, 603-286-7611 or visit the company’s web site at www.shelter-kit.com