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Different types of Wendy houses

One of the first things you have to determine is the type of Wendy house you are looking for.

In South Africa it is usually used as form of accomodation for many low income earners. The structure would usually be erected in the back yard of someone. Although many may view this as a “temporary” accommodation, but many have lived there for many years. It is very popular amongest the coloured population in South Africa, amongst the larger black population it is actually constructed from corrogated iron and not wood.The term wendy house, usually refers to the wooden temporary accommodation, although there are various other types. When it is make from corrugated iron it is called a shack. When it is made from cement boards it is called nutec.Not many companies online offer rustic or corrugated iron variety, these are usally setup by the individuals directly because of the price of having to get external suppliers. Most of the online established companies only set up wooden[4] or nutec structures. The quality of these companies vary greatly though.Amongst the more affluent white population, they use wendy houses as entertainment huts or kids play houses.

For more information and prices you can visit Pinnacle homes at  http://www.Pinnaclehomes.Co.za


2 comments on “Different types of Wendy houses

  1. Rachel coetzee
    October 19, 2012

    I’m looking for a house for my kid to play in. Can you send me photos and a price please. I live in the free state.

    • wendyhouseguru
      October 22, 2012

      We don’t operate in the free state but I can put you in contact with some affordable reputable suppliers.

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