When you are dreaming up your Lincoln Block structure, be it a micro home or a mansion, you can be certain it will be strong enough to handle whatever you have in mind. If you want to protect your vehicles from the elements with the lowest possible heating bill to achieve cool or warm dry storage, look no further than building with wood blocks. Lincoln Block is happy to have provided the material package for this custom structure and we can’t wait to see what comes next!
|Wall Material (Building Shell)||Lincoln Block 6" Wall Block|
|Complete Building Approx. Cost||$18,000|
|Block Count (In Linear Feet)||Approx. 1500 Feet|
|Roof||Rafters w/ Composition Shingles|
|Plumbing||Drainage, Potable Water|
|Electrical||Breaker Panel (City Service)|
|Lighting||Interior / Exterior|
|HVAC (Heating, Venting, Air Conditioning)||Radiant|
|Foundation Structure||Concrete Slab & Stem Wall|
You can build a house like this using Lincoln Block and other common building materials. Start building today at the Lincoln Block Store. Small homes have the advantage of being extremely cost effective in today’s housing market, while still offering the same luxury as a regular home. With Lincoln Block, you can build any type of structure from a tiny home all the way up to a four story high rise. Choose the perfect design that you have in mind for your life, loved ones, or whatever project you can dream up.
What small homes sacrifice in floor space, they make up for in efficiency. Heating costs for a small home are next to nothing save for the coldest or hottest seasons. Your options are vast including propane, electricity, and wood burning stoves.
Using Lincoln Block for your next project will enable you to start building with little to no experience, or, if you are a handy person you will have no trouble building a house with wood blocks. Visit the Lincoln Block Store to start building your forever home, a cabin on the water, your first tiny house, or a sustainable shed. You’re only limited by your imagination!
A great thing about Lincoln Block is the way it fits together with virtually any other building product on the market. Here we have a customer who has decided on a poured concrete foundation with drains and potable water lines integrated into the slab. The front of the building is framed in a traditional fashion and the other three walls are entirely Lincoln Block; anywhere from two to ten foot pieces of block are used on project like this.