People Are Turning Home Depot Tuff Sheds Into Affordable Two-Story Tiny Homes

A two-story house is not an affordable investment, but what if there was a budget-friendly alternative for it? People have started to invest in prefab sheds and turned them into cozy homes, large enough for a small family.
These prefab sheds don’t cost a lot, can be transformed easily into a home and they are available to purchase from Home Depot.
The Tuff Shed TR-1600 is among the most popular choices and be converted into a tiny house with a little bit of creativity.
The price of the shed varies depending on its size and is among $13,000 and $24,000 but is still much cheaper than a home built from scratch.
The Tuff Shed TR-1600 has the first floor with 8-foot-high floors, a fully usable second floor, and interior stairs. The best part is that each tiny home can be customized according to your needs and you can even install a front porch for extra space.
This means that this shed can instantly become a vacation home, holiday rental, or a permanent home for you and your family.

 

You can live in a TWO STORY Home Depot Tuff Shed to house Conversion

20 Responses to “People Are Turning Home Depot Tuff Sheds Into Affordable Two-Story Tiny Homes”

  1. Jamy vandergriff says:

    Please send me more info. No phone calls please.
    Catalog?

  2. Barbara Siepker says:

    Could the insides be shown??

  3. Kellie Schroeder says:

    Very interested….

  4. Saul wasswa says:

    Nice.

  5. Leonard Cross says:

    Nice

  6. Kirsten Flowers says:

    I think this is a wonderful idea. I would do this myself.

  7. Mike Halligan says:

    I live in Spokane Washington. Please send me some information on these shelds. And where 2 buy them. Or message me 509 216 4379.Have a bless day. Mike Halligan

  8. Jeff Dewit says:

    can you build and deliver to prince rupert. And how much would that cost? Just curious. This would be awesome to have.

  9. Holly says:

    Interested in pricing

  10. Kay says:

    I am interested in the shed / tiny homes

  11. Lisa says:

    How would you do the bathroom bedrooms living room and kitchen all in that place that small

  12. Tracy says:

    Interested in investing

  13. DENNIS PEZANETTO says:

    This looks great and a lot cheaper. I do like and hope takes off greatly.

  14. Heidi Piltz says:

    Don’t you have hurricanes down in Texas? This thing will be matchsticks after the first good storm. Building codes exist for a reason. Sorry – looks great, and would probably be good for a studio you can exit in a hurry, but not as a primary residence for sure.

    • Esther says:

      In one of the articles I read about this house, they made sure that the shed home was up to code and set in a concrete base to help resolve this issue.

  15. sandra reece says:

    very interested in this

  16. Linda says:

    This is great I’d live in one what’s the process

  17. K Ellis says:

    Some people have no idea how to build anything and what it will stand up to . Lmao . Building 16 ft wide with 2×10 no ! 2×12 for any span over 12 ft. No bounce . Great building other than that

  18. Barry says:

    My wife and I live in the TR-1600 with the aqua door pictured above. I’d like to respond to a couple of the posts here.

    K. Ellis – our Tuff Shed home is constructed with 2×6 stud walls, and 2×12 joists under both floors.

    Heidi Pilots – our home exceeds the 2015 International Building Code. It’s built better than many homes in subdivisions.We had it built to withstand the minor earthquakes the we of occasionally have, and higher winds as well.

    Lisa – we have two large rooms – 1 up and 1 down. Our living room, kitchen, pantry, and a half bath are downstairs. Upstairs is a large bedroom and a full bath.

    To everyone else, thanks for your interest and kind words!

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