Wendy houses prices. What’s fair and tips for paying the right amount.
Looking for Wendy houses prices? It can be a daunting task. We’re all looking for the best deal and we want to ensure that we get quality craftsmanship, great service and the best price. Wendy house prices vary from supplier to supplier and area to area but we’ll help keep you informed so you can get the best deal.
- How much should you pay?
- What is a good deal?
- Will you still get good quality if you pay less?
The aim of this article is to make sure that when you’re looking for Wendy houses prices that you know what is good and bad and in general what the market offers. Prices change over time and vary according to materials used as well size. We’ll try to keep this page as up to date as possible so that you can make an informed decision on your new Wendy house.
Average Wendy houses prices in South Africa
The prices below are based on our survey of local Wendy house suppliers. We are always looking for more accurate data and welcome additional information. Please note that the prices listed here are an indication taken from a relatively small sample and will vary according to finishes, the type of materials used and also whether or not you have added any optional extras such as stable doors, verandas, tuck shop flaps, power outlets, insect proofing etc.
Here are our average suppliers Wendy houses prices
- 1.5 x 1.5m = R5000.00
- 2.5 x3 meters =R8000.00
- 3.3 x 3.6m = R9000.00
- 4.8 x 3m = R14000.00
- 3.6 x 6m = R16000.00
- 40 m Square = R64000.00
- 52 m square = R90000.00
Due to the fact that they can be built to different specs and used for everything from guard houses to tool sheds to Granny flats, there are different size Wendy’s available and the supplier you choose may also offervarious other size options. When looking at the price, remember to take into account that the cost can be affected by whether or not the site is easily accessible, and whether or not the Wendy house has been treated for water and insects.
Wendy houses prices are influenced by additions so find out if yours has a solid wood door, a tongue and groove door, a stable door etc and what enquire as to what the roof is constructed out of eg is it a wooden roof, an aluminium roof etc. Delivery costs are often around R600 but may vary per supplier and area. Larger Wendy houses may require a fairly extensive amount of labour to build while others can be flat packed and installed on a DIY basis. DIY would save money, however you need to be fairly good at working with your hands or at least supervising someone who is.