Heritage Sleeping Cot
Heritage Sleeping Cot
Heritage Sleeping Cot
Heritage Sleeping Cot
Heritage Sleeping Cot
Heritage Sleeping Cot
Heritage Sleeping Cot

Heritage Sleeping Cot

Regular price $189.95
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Brand: BYER OF MAINE

Color: Brown

Features:

  • Assembly is easy, even on this standard cot design. If you're having trouble with assembly out of the box, all you have to do is increase the length of the cover by adjusting the hook and loop on one side of the cot as demonstrated in the images.
  • The wood army cot is produced at a small, family owned wood product factory that has been producing high quality wood products for western markets for two generations. 
  • Army camping cot dimensions are 84"L X 30"W X 18”H, perfect for campers big and small. The wooden cots sit high enough off the ground that storage space is no longer at a premium.
  • Military in design but civilian in comfort, the Maine Heritage Cot will endure countless camping trips. Its sturdy North American hardwood frame is covered by 600 Denier polyester fabric, which means this wood camping cot can hold up to 375 lbs.

Binding: Sports

Details: Military design meets civilian comfort in the Maine Heritage Cot! Camping trips, hunting trips, and sleepovers just got more enjoyable thanks to the 600 Denier polyester fabric and sturdy hardwood frame. No squeaks, no creaks! This cot is solid, and we love that it's manufactured in a small family-owned factory. If you're over 6 feet tall, the Maine Heritage Cot is for you! At 84" long and 30" wide, it's the perfect size for you. Handy carry bag makes transport from place to place a breeze!

Package Dimensions: 42.6 x 11.8 x 4.3 inches

Below we explain the difference between each license category, and a quick way to determine which one you might fall into.

In either case, one plan purchased equals one Den built, and you must buy multiple licenses to build additional Dens.

Residential License

  • You are a home owner or a property owner. Not a business.
  • You’re using your own social security number when filling out forms

You’re building your Den…

  • as an accessory dwelling to your existing house
  • as a primary structure on land you own as an individual
  • to host guests or family, or as a studio or workspace
  • to Airbnb it a few times to cover your basic costs
  • to Airbnb it full time to generate some extra cash for your family

Commercial License

  • You are a LLC, C-corp or other business entity
  • You are a general contractor
  • You are a real estate or hospitality developer
  • You own one or multiple hotels, event spaces or similar
  • You own one or more residential properties as a commercial entity
  • You’re using an EIN number when filling out forms

You’re building Den(s)

  • on behalf of a client as a certified Den builder
  • as part of a residential development
  • as a way to drive interest in your new hospitality project
  • as a way to add units to a pre-existing hotel, events space, or commercial property
  • to fuel growth in your small to medium scale Airbnb business

Why are Commercial Licenses more?

As a certified Den commercial license owner you're getting:

  • Designs that have been proven to attract attention
  • Designs that command premium nightly rates
  • Licensing costs that can be paid back quickly based on rental rates
  • Licensing costs that are far more affordable than compared to hiring a traditional firm
  • [Optional] Den Marketing that supports your project

Interested in learning more? You can read about our licensing terms here.

Still not sure? Or, if you are interested in volume based discounts for commercial licenses...

Reach out to a Den team member and we'll get back to you immediately.

We've made it easy to build a cabin

Buy the plans

In order to begin building your Den cabin in nature, you need to start with a set of plans. You can't unlock the rest of the process without them.

Get them approved

Take your plans to your local building department to ensure your build is compliant with all local regulations, and get your plans approved.

Plan your build

Need to find a contractor, or want to wrap your head around how you'll frame the wall of the cabin? Our detailed plans precisely inform all these conversations.

What does it cost to build?

$153/sq foot with labor included

We encourage all our customers to plan for a construction cost of at least a cost of $153 per square foot (the national average). This cost assumes the use of labor, and that you’ll be working with a team of carpenters, plumbers, and electricians to build your cabin. 

Start with the right set of plans

Do you know who are the three most important people that will look at your building plans?

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