Well after some intensive work the family has almost finished the Arkipod Mini. The frame was sheeted and insulated. A vapour barrier was then applied and finished with corrugated metal sheeting. We really like this finish, should last a very long time.
Another great thing about the construction techniques we are using is that once the covering is worn out it can be removed and replaced easily.
All that is needed now is to finish the end caps for the roof, install the door and windows and put the finishing layer over the gable ends. This Arkipod Mini should retail at under 5000€ which makes it a great proposition for people looking for some extra space, or even to use for an income using the Air BnB website, if you have a cool place to put it, it will rent.
This Arkipod has an interior which is 8 foot wide and 10 foot long, from a camping point of view easily big enough for four people sharing, or alternatively with some nice furniture a cosy romantic couples Arkipod.
Arkipod Mini – started the build on the mini Arkipod with the help of my sons (family business). This one is 8 foot wide and 13 foot long which means it can be transported easily on a trailor or truck. We are also going to finish the roof in a different style and keep the price down. It should end up the perfect size for camp-site style use.
Spare room, office, studio, workshop, rental there are many reasons to buy an Arkipod. Spacious enough to use as an additional space to your home added to your back garden. Or in the countryside tucked away in a field some place. Arkipod fit nicely into any space and are pleasant to the eye.
As an extra source of income for holiday renting, just leave them empty for overnight campers, or furnish them for that real Glamping experience. Depending on how you rent the Arkipod you could expect to regain your investment quickly.
Arkipod what’s yours for
Another illustration by Nacharlet.com arkipod setup for Glamping
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Maybe you are wondering why the site is not complete, I guess it is that way as I have not quite finished. There a couple of pieces missing that are not in stock. Once this is done I will be uploading photos of the finished Pod Outside and in and announcing build times, availability and suggesting uses for your pod.
What’s yours for….
Any way a couple of photos from this afternoon, to make the wait a bit easier.