They are Becoming More Popular Than Ever as a Living and Storage Alternative.

Portable Cabins

Portable Cabins are being used for many purposes today, including full-time living. However, some other uses include in-law’s quarters, a guest house, playhouse, crafting room, He and She sheds, a summer kitchen, home office, weekend cabin, and more. The addition of a front porch makes a portable cabin an attractive option to a common shed but adding some aesthetics that are not only functional but very pleasing. The traditional end gable allows this portable cabin to fit into early any surroundings.


  • Rafter and stud connecting in double top plate.
  • Roof assembly with steel hat channel.
  • Bolt connection to double top plate.
  • Corner bolt connection on vaulted wall building.
  • Clip connection to bottom plate.
  • Rigid T-Wall bracing.
  • 4” bottom plate bolt connection.
  • 4” lag bolt connecting crossmember to skid.
  • Accu-steel corner bracing.
  • Accu-steel rigid roof frame sections.
  • Roof connection to side and end wall.
  • Solid 4×4 door lintel.
  • Wood frame buildings is constructed using #1 Southern Yellow Pine lumber.
  • 2 x 6′s nailed together at the base structure or floor skids.
  • Solid 4 x 6′s that are precision trimmed and tapered for all floor skids.
  • 23/32 treated plywood on floor cross members.
  • Walls are assembled with 2 x 4’s placed 24” on centers standard.
  • Double 2 x 4 Top Plate on all walls, connected with bolts.
  • Walls are connected to the floor structure with 4″ lag bolts placed every 16 inches.


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The Grove Portables Difference

Always competitively priced, we offer rent-to-own options with no credit check featuring flexible payment plans with terms unmatched in the industry. With Grove Portable Buildings, you will get the extra space you’ve been looking for.

205.203.9161 (Pinson)
205.623.5275 (Calera)