Our fully assembled rental cabins are built in Lancaster County by our Amish carpenters known for their workmanship and attention to detail. Over the years they have developed a reputation for their outstanding work ethic that is second to none! It is non-stop, obsessed with every detail from beginning to end and never taking any shortcuts. We take great pride in each mountain cabin that leaves the shop. That’s why the owner himself personally inspects every building to ensure that each one measures up to the exceptionally high standards that we have set. Each mountain cabin can also be inspected by an independent building codes inspector, who is certified by the National building Codes, if that is something required for your project. Our goal is to provide a cabin rental experience for your guests to enjoy and you the facilities to maximize your profits for years to come.
Under Construction = No Revenue
Construction projects take a very long time and can go for months on end, continually running up the overall cost of your project. With a large building project you cannot put guests in until the whole project is complete. Therefore you don’t get a return on your investment for months on end.
Our construction process from beginning to end is much quicker, cleaner and allows you to capitalize on your investment much sooner than undertaking a major building project. And isn’t that the goal? In weeks not months, you can be on your way to collecting income on your rental cabins.
What if I need to add a room…
Think about the problems you would have in a building project when you realize that you need more room. You can’t simply build one off of the side of your building without being involved in major renovations and creating an unpleasant look and stay for your guests. Not only that, but the cost of projects like this are incredibly costly and time consuming. If you are working with single rental cabins, the only issue is whether you have space to place it. After that, all you need to do is prepare the site. We drop off your rental cabin and you hook up your water, electric and sewer. In no time you are up and running with a new rental cabin, at a small cost.
“I’m ready to do something else…”
After 5 years in the business you may decide that it is not something that you want to continue doing for whatever reason (probably because you are ready to retire with your generated income and travel the world). You now have options. You can sell your whole investment (land and buildings), or you can sell your rental cabins individually, maintaining your land investment. Any time you build a large building, that building is forever tied to the land it sits on and the two are inseparable. The only way to separate them would be to tear down the building. Obviously that does not provide you with much flexibility and the option of tearing down the building really has no benefit to you. Cabin rental units provide you with options and flexibility that you cannot find with typical buildings.