Off-Grid weeHouse Small Now $100k


It’s fun getting weeMail … we’ve just learned from Alchemy Architects about some new weeHouse announcements relating to affordability and sustainability.  First things first, everyone wants to know about prefab pricing, right?  You can now get a 2000 sf weeHouse with so called Good Stuff for around $125 per sf, give or take.  Second, weeHouse has teamed up with The Fusion Companies to offer off-grid and supplemental Energy Kits for weeHouses. 

Energy Kits include solar panels, roof mounting hardware, charge controller, battery backup bank, battery interconnects, combiner, breaker, and inverters.  Your electrician installs the kit and Fusion will do the final inspection. 

Lastly, Alchemy has what they’re calling an Energize promotion (check weeHouse for all terms and specifics), and here’s the idea: you can purchase a weeHouse SMALL with an off-grid solar package before November 2008 for $99,000 (except California and Western states = $109k).


The weeHouse small is about 350 sf — as you can tell from the images, it’s well designed and packs a big punch.  The Energize promotion comes with the 720W AC energy kit, so basically, you just need to provide the foundation, well, and septic to be totally off-grid and off-pipe. 

Or, if you want a small wind option in addition to or in lieu of the solar, wee can provide the Whisper 500 for about $9999 + local installation.  I’m thinking that if you have the land already, this could be quite the nice option.  Actually, it could be a wee wee nice option. 

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  • chad

    Oooooooh. Hmmmmmm.

  • Vanyali

    After pouring the foundation and taking care of utilities (hook-ups or of-grid options), doesn’t this come up to more like $200/sqft., which isn’t any cheaper than a traditionally built house? How is this supposed to save money over traditional building methods? I like the style, but am more interested in cheap.

  • bridgetonowhere

    Ok, folks, ponder this one….”comes with the 720W AC energy kit”….720 watts divided by 120 volts (a standard US household circuit) equals 6 amps….ummmmm….no tv, no toaster, no computer…a standard mixer is 400 watts, which is 3.3 amps, taking a 5 amp fuse.

  • Anonymous

    well hello?… this is 4 years of rent money… price is crazy for crazy people…i rather rent than buy this stupid idea….might consider if the price is 25k…the 720W AC energy kit is almost useless…

  • Joe3

    it might be a weeHouse, but the┬áPRICE ISN”T, definitely not in my budget !!

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