Once you’re fully committed and comfortable with GRC as your log cabin builder we urge you to reserve your production slot(build date). Our plant is normally backlogged so reserving your cabin’s build date is an important step in the planning process. Customers should always check with the local code office to make sure RV’s are allowable and what are the requirements in your location. This varies by town and municipality, as well as structure size.
At the time of your order, we will provide an approximate time frame for completion (we do not guarantee build dates or delivery dates but try our best to maintain our production schedule). To reserve your build date we require a $2000.00 deposit; this goes towards the purchase of your cabin and it’s fully refundable for 30 days from your initial order. After 30 days $1500.00 is refundable up until 120 days before build date.
In the event of customer cancellation: If a customer cancels 120 days prior to starting the cabin, the deposit is forfeited. If the customer pays their build date deposit with a credit card and then cancels their contract, a $75 fee will be assessed to cover costs incurred with credit card processing. In the unlikely that the purchaser cannot complete the purchase, GRLC will refund all but $5000.00 to the purchaser after the cabin is resold.
Once your build slot is reserved we ask that you pick out your options and sign the build sheet/orientation sheet. If your cabin is signed off, there may be an opportunity to move your production date up or down. If the opportunity presents itself, Green River Cabins will call whoever is next in line. Your Green River Log Cabins Sales Professional will give each customer the opportunity to move up until we find a willing party. *You must have your build sheet finalized and funds available to qualify. You also may delay or “move back” on the production schedule if you run into unforeseen problems.
PAYMENT TERMS: 1/2 the balance is due 90 days prior to your build date. The balance is due upon completion. Also once the cabin is paid, we will schedule shipping. If you are unsure about your site please ask the sales department to schedule a site visit. Access to the site is the purchaser’s responsibility. If you don’t request a site visit and the driver cannot access the site, GRLC and/or drivers can make recommendations and provide cost to complete delivery.
Obtaining financing is a big step in any home-building project – it’s either a Personal loan or RV loan.
RV PARK MODEL CABINS: RECREATIONAL CABIN
A park model RV (PMRV) is a unique trailer-type RV that is designed to provide temporary accommodation for recreation, camping, or seasonal use. PMRVs (also sometimes referred to as recreational park trailers) are built on a single chassis, mounted on wheels, and have a gross trailer area not exceeding 400 square feet in the set-up mode. They are certified by their manufacturers as complying with the ANSI A119.5 standard for recreational park trailers.
RV Park Models are classified as personal property so banks typically lend on them under their RV programs, HELOC’s, or personal loans. These are typically 5% to 20% down depending on your credit score with terms up to 15 years.
So if you plan to retire in this cabin for full-time use, or in the future would plan to sell it as a residential home, the Certified Modular Cabin is the way to go.
**Customers should always check with the local code office to make sure RV’s are allowable and what are the requirements in your location. This varies by town and municipality, as well as structure size.
We make it easy for the customer. GRC offers a variety of plans that can be downloaded from our website. Once you decide on a plan to suit your lifestyle, we’ll personally sit down and make changes to fit your needs. Just follow the Options Sheet to choose a stain color, roofing, counter-top material and color, window color, flooring, extra storage, and appliances.
Park Model RV’s Definition and Use
We offer a variety of plans to choose from with top-notch standard features. Want to add a fireplace to a plan? We can accommodate your choice in either LP gas or electric. Loft, porch, upgraded stone counters, built-in cabinetry storage, glass shower doors, and even tankless water heat are a few of the options we offer. And the design process is simple; you pick a floor plan, then follow the Options Checklist sheet to choose the custom options that will make your cabin truly unique.
Once you have purchased land, secured financing, selected your home design and finishes, and have the local zoning/building approvals, it is time to build! Green River Cabins will construct your home within our controlled factory environment, and then will ship and set the home on your site.
It takes approximately four to six weeks to build your cabin.
During the manufacturing, ship, and set process, Green River Cabins:
• Details of factory production drawings for the factory building process.
• Maps the plan for shipping the home to your site.
• Manufactures your custom cabin to get ready for shipping.
• Delivers your Park Model RV to your final destination, and (if location is within 350 miles) our crew will block level, and tie-down directly on your prepared site. The destination site is built or prepared at the owner’s expense.
How Our Delivery Works
Simple, give us your delivery address or zip code and we’ll quote you a delivery charge. Remember, often our cabins are delivered long-distance, and we aren’t able to visit every site, so this charge may increase if we run into a difficult site that was not disclosed on the front end. Green River Cabins’ ships each home on a custom steel framed trailer. Our team will then prepare and set the home on site. This narrow, simple shipping technique is a key advantage for GRC, allowing us to deliver to many more sites than traditional modular homes, and to have wider, more open spaces with higher ceilings.
Our Included Services
We build a completed log cabin ready to hook up to your site, ship, and set of your cabin. The customer is responsible for applying for building permits and coordinating site work such as foundations, utilities, etc.