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Tired of the Housing market...... YES !
Tired of living with your wife/husband/parents...... YES OHHHH YES!
Then move out !!.
Find a friend/relative with a big back garden and stick one of these babies up. A fraction of the price of a 'real' home there is plenty of room to build your ideal fully functional 'babe lair' or the 'house of xbox' BEAUTIFUL .

(P.S) You may wish to add one of these http://www.marinescene.co.uk/product/3819/bi-pot-30-chemical-toilet.
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#1
Here we go again :)
#2
with Free Delivery
#3
I was looking at these the other day.

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-3012.aspx

A grand cheaper, and 19998 Clubcard points!!
#4
Shame no quidco!

;-)
#5
Every year. :roll:
#6
a6unx
with Free Delivery


Well noted :thumbsup:
#7
Out of curiosity, would these actually suffice as a home for a single person, or would is it just not really possible?

Could you get 10 years of life out of it?
#9
l33t-krew
Out of curiosity, would these actually suffice as a home for a single person, or would is it just not really possible?

Could you get 10 years of life out of it?


ive got timber lodge in garden. didnt pay this much for it & it was custom built. youd need planning permission if your actually gonna live in it etc due to toilets, leccy etc etc. ive got heater etc in there and im deffo hoping it'l still be up in 15 years time....

deffo reckon you could get a lifetime out of one providing its treated and looked after correctly. afterall they live in them in sweden etc altho slightly bigger and thicker timber im assuming.
#10
jtx
I was looking at these the other day.

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.200-3012.aspx

A grand cheaper, and 19998 Clubcard points!!


Add £5 for delivery and not possible to do a Collect from store for Free option:whistling:
#11
l33t-krew
Out of curiosity, would these actually suffice as a home for a single person, or would is it just not really possible?

Could you get 10 years of life out of it?


Well it's a rather large building for an office or shed lol.

I'd think that as long as you treated the wood properly and maintained it then it should last a good while. Obviously you'd have to consider things like insulation, fire regs etc.

I personally think its really nice, and if it would work as a temporary home then why not? :-D
#12
Hmmm.... All I need is some land to put it on.
#13
Cold from me - a quick google and you can get this for £9823 including VAT and delivery - unless I am missing something.

http://www.gardensite.co.uk/Finnlife_Helsinki_Log_Cabin_from_the_Finnforest_range.htm?sourcep=base
#14
Find a friend/relative with a big back garden and stick one of these babies up. A fraction of the price of a 'real' home there is plenty of room to build your ideal fully functional 'babe lair' or the 'house of xbox' BEAUTIFUL


Don't forget you'll need planning consent and to comply with all relevant building regs. :whistling:
#15
don't forget voucher http://www.hotukdeals.com/all/vouchers/new 35 off next order over £30 @ Screwfix :D
#16
chalkysoil
don't forget voucher http://www.hotukdeals.com/all/vouchers/new 35 off next order over £30 @ Screwfix :D


:giggle:

But it's still cheaper elsewhere... ;-)
#17
Just think of the spiders... erghh!
#18
Ordered one thank you :-D
#19
Pressure treated timber last a long time if its properly looked after. Even in our climate you would probably get 20 years plus out of this is properly maintained.

Good luck with the planning people though.
#20
I just bought 4...I'm going to make a terraced cabin row
#21
What?
#22
Under the Sales of Goods Act and the Distance Selling Act, could I return these if I'm not happy with it? lol
#23
why hot!!?? there are much cheaper deal elsewhere, eg: B&Q
#24
Fatal Exception
Hmmm.... All I need is some land to put it on.


exactly. This is a cheap deal. The land is expensive. Anyone gonna post a deal on land soon :D
#25
chalkysoil
don't forget voucher http://www.hotukdeals.com/all/vouchers/new 35 off next order over £30 @ Screwfix :D


I was thinking at just under 11 grand it was a bit pricey for a new garden shed but, having spotted the 35 quid off.... now I'm really tempted. :giggle:
#26
alera
Pressure treated timber last a long time if its properly looked after. Even in our climate you would probably get 20 years plus out of this is properly maintained.


It's not pressure treated, it's untreated pine. Should last decades though if properly built, finished and maintained.
#27
Do people not tire of these expensive deals being posted?

It makes this place look like it's populated by a bunch of simple five year olds. It might have been slightly amusing the first time it happened, but now? Meh.
#28
people post these crazy deals in attempt to see how hot they can get them.

this one went down in flames.
#29
dean_brfc;8347165
Do people not tire of these expensive deals being posted?

It makes this place look like it's populated by a bunch of simple five year olds. It might have been slightly amusing the first time it happened, but now? Meh.


Couldn't agree more.
#30
dean_brfc
Do people not tire of these expensive deals being posted?
...


No.

subserviantdude
people post these crazy deals in attempt to see how hot they can get them.

this one went down in flames.


Sadly not - until it was expired / spammed people pumped it up to 99 degrees.

This was clearly a spoof post; but there are plenty of cheaper items that get a hot rating despite being over-priced or plain useless - sadly it seems some folks add heat just 'cos they like the poster's avatar :p
#31
hmmm wouldnt it be rather easy to burgle, arm yourself with a saw and away you go?
#32
Better off with a caravan.
#33
coerce86
hmmm wouldnt it be rather easy to burgle, arm yourself with a saw and away you go?


i used to have a house that you could do that with . It was built late 60's and had wooden walls . I put the cat flap in with a kitchen knife. sold it for a small fortune which i felt bad about :w00t: .Why is this expired when it is still available ? & Whats with the sence of humour failures Is this normal on this site ?
#34
B&Q is cheapest at £9349.15
but tesco is £9999.99 with 3% Quidco (£300!!) and £200 worth of club card points (£800 worth of deals!!) so effectively about £8900 if Quidco tracks..... ;)
#35
SeanUSX
B&Q is cheapest at £9349.15
but tesco is £9999.99 with 3% Quidco (£300!!) and £200 worth of club card points (£800 worth of deals!!) so effectively about £8900 if Quidco tracks..... ;)


6% quidco at B&Q :D
#36
4m from any boundry on your property to comply with uk regs.
#37
Asking do people not bore of these deals is pretty pointless, u could say the same for any deal that has a pic of a naked women. They don't get tired......

I suppose its the mod's job to pull questionable deals, but they don't either......
#38
Voted cold, and with no insulation very cold, or very hot in the summer. I had a cabin built in my back garden last year and paid £11000 but for that I designed my own custom cabin, also the company built a floating wooden base, and errected the cabin. It has twin skinned cavity walls an insulated roof and reinforced insulated floor, full glazed tilt and turn windows and a 10 yr guarantee. Seeing the deal for this on Tesco set me off on my search for cabins but was very soon overtaken by other companies making much better ones, especially when it comes to the quality of the windows and doors.

So no this isn't a great deal especially bearing in mind it took them a week to errect it and they do it for a living, good luck with a DIY one.

Its warm in winter and cool in summer with minimum heating and a great games room and gym.

Do yourself a favour and use Sikkens wood treatment for them, it's what boat builders use and unquestionably the best. As for pressure treated versions as previously mentioned, its not going to happen cost would be 4 times an untreated one and dont think anyones going to pay 40K for a wooden building.

As far as this particular one is concerned it would be just under planning permission size in most regions, but would need it due to its height if it was closer than 2m to any boundary or if outbuildings cover too much of your property. May require a change of use application for the land its going on.
#39
dean_brfc
Do people not tire of these expensive deals being posted?

It makes this place look like it's populated by a bunch of simple five year olds. It might have been slightly amusing the first time it happened, but now? Meh.


Agreed.
#40
Any advice on a good erection?

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