Budget Home Kits offers inexpensive steel home
kits designed to make assembly as easy as possible.
The company’s founders spent three decades in the
steel construction industry, and their kits are the product of 15 years of successful
field testing of their steel home design.
By eliminating the costs of brick and mortar
locations, Budget Home Kits is able to reduce overhead costs, and pass the
savings on to consumers. The BBB accredited company offers a wide range of kits
at budget-friendly prices.
For as little as $49,000, you can get your own
steel home kit and start building your dream metal home.
What Makes Budget Home Kits Unique?
100% DIY steel home kit
Conventional home design (no metal building look)
Energy star approved homes
Flexible interior design and floor plan
Windstar and StormShield panels
Includes all exterior shell steel and all steel fasteners
Wall, roof and full trim packages available
EZ-Form Integrated Forming System
Fully illustrated assembly guide
Responsive customer service
Customers save 40% on average
Budget Home Kits Floor Plans
Kits is straightforward about their home prices. You can view pricing for each
plan, and even see the exact cost of additional items, like garages.
MacArthur – 1,080 sq ft
MacArthur is a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home with a front porch and an open living
space. The master bedroom features a walk-in closet and full bath. The second
bathroom is conveniently situated between the two other bedrooms.
room, dining area and kitchen flow into each other to create an open feel. Two
pantries and a generous laundry area make this home comfortable and functional.
garage can be added to the home, which includes a work bench area and enclosed
Dakota – 1,215 sq ft
Part of the
Midwest series, the Dakota boasts three bedrooms and two bathrooms with an open
living area. The master bedroom features a large closet and full bath. The
second bath is situated right off the kitchen.
in the living room and a large pantry in the kitchen make this home cozy and
the option of adding a two-car garage to this home.
Omaha – 1,215 sq ft
features a large, open living room and kitchen with a wrap-around bar that
doubles as a dining area.
utility rooms are easily accessible from the kitchen. The master bedroom has a
large closet and full bath with a linen closet. The second bath is situated
between the other two bedrooms.
has a front porch included. There’s also the option of adding a two-car garage
with a utility closet for the washer/dryer.
Memphis – 1,287 sq ft
has more of a traditional home layout, with the entry opening up to the living
and dining area. This is a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home.
features a center island and large pantry, and the living room has a fireplace.
The master bedroom features a large walk-in closet and a full bathroom. The
second full bath is situated in the hallway next to the second bedroom.
gives you the option of adding a 2-car garage with a work storage area.
Magnolia – 1,440 sq ft
is a 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home with a front porch and functional layout. The
family room and kitchen are open, with a big fireplace in the corner. The
dining area is off in the corner to the right of the foyer.
bedroom has a large closet with a full bathroom. Like other home kits, you have
the option of adding a 2-car garage with a work bench.
Madison – 1,539 sq ft
has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open living/dining/kitchen area.
Perfect for larger families, the four bedrooms are spacious and conveniently
situated near the second full bath. The master bedroom has a full bath and a
additional fee, you can add a two-car garage with storage space and a work
Tulsa – 1,683 sq ft
A truly open
floor plan, the Tulsa is a 2-bed, 2-bath home with a large U-shaped island in
the kitchen, fireplace in the living area and a spacious dining area. The
master bedroom has a large en-suite bathroom with a walk-in closet.
is conveniently located in the utility room, and you have the option of adding
a two-car garage to the home.
Arlington – 2,250 sq ft
three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with a front porch, the Arlington has a large
master suite with a spacious full bathroom. The open living area has space for
a fireplace, and the kitchen features an L-shaped island.
closets give you plenty of storage space. You also have the option of adding a
two-car garage, which has a workbench, storage room and adds a study nook to
the home’s floor plan.
Wyoming – 2,574 sq ft
is a 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home with a spacious living room, large master
bedroom, walk-in closet and wrap-around kitchen island. The home also has an
enclosed study area just off of the master bedroom. All of the bedrooms in this
home have walk-in closets.
garage has space for two cars as well as a work bench and enclosed storage
Silverado – 2,808 sq ft
Silverado has two options: three-bedroom or four-bedroom. Both layouts have two
has a large kitchen with a U-shaped island and breakfast nook in addition to
the dining area. The master bedroom has a very large walk-in closet with a full
bath. All bedrooms have walk-in closets, and the home itself offers plenty of
other homes, you have the option of adding a garage with a storage space and a
Montana – 3,024 sq ft
home available through Budget Home Kits. The Montana has 4 bedrooms and 2.5
bathrooms. The spacious kitchen opens up to the breakfast/sunroom, and there’s
also a separate study/office room.
has a walk-in closet, and the master bedroom has space for an optional
choose to add a garage, you also get an additional study nook inside of the
home as well as a workbench and utility closet in the garage itself.
What Does Each Kit Include?
top plates and girt banding
roof purlins and collars
trac for exterior walls
4” studs for exterior walls (galvanized steel)
galvanized clips and stud fasteners
Budget Home Kits Reviews
What are People Saying?
Budget Home Kits offers an impressive line-up of floor plans, and their prices are almost appear to be too good to be true.
Imagine building a 3,000+ square foot home for less than $100,000. That’s hard to believe.
important to point out that freight surcharges can make the cost 10-15% higher.
You get what
you pay for in life, and these home kits are no different.