Hamilton Portable Cabins Rental Service
Providing Portable Cabins in Hamilton, Raglan, Taupiri and Ngaruawahia
Why Choose Just Cabins Rental Service
We offer our customers a genuine New Zealand made product- portable cabins that can be used as sleepouts and offices. Customers use the cabins as an extra portable room, and find them to be a practical solution when they need extra living or work space.
We are proud of the fact that these portable cabins are warmer than a caravan. And we provide an easy pay option that gives almost everyone the opportunity to rent one of our great, cosy cabins.
A great thing about our cabins is that they are very manoeuvrable. You simply let us know where you would like it placed and we can wheel the cabin to exactly where you want it.
Just Cabins are an instant fix. Every installer has been professionally trained to set up the cabin to maximise your comfort. When this is done we simply plug a lead into a normal 3 pin socket in the building close by and your cabin is fully powered up and ready to live, sleep or work in. With more than 1 size we are able to offer more variety for more people.
About Just Cabins in Hamilton
Mickey and Marion bought the Just Cabins Hamilton business not long after selling their dairy farm. They farmed in the Waikato for around 16 years so have a great understanding of this region.
Mickey was a builder before farming and noticed the great quality of these portable cabins (fully insulated etc). This gave him the idea that people would be comfortable in them when they are used as sleepouts, especially in the Waikato winter months.
Marion was a personal assistant and had run a business before. Between them they thought buying into the franchise would be a great investment.
Testimonial from satisfied Just Cabins client
"From the onset franchise owners of Hamilton Cabin Rentals Ltd (Just Cabins) Mickey Smyth and Marion Archer-Smyth were extremely accommodating and caring yet professional towards meeting my needs.
Having a debilitating illness (M.E.) for over thirty years, sensitivity to noise was an on going problem for me, so Mickey and Marion suggested double-glazing as an option.
First visit was to meet myself and sister, to see if the site was suitable to place the Cabin. Even with a problem such as removing the carport roof attached to my sister s house to accommodate the height of the cabin so the cabin could be placed at the rear of the section, was not a problem to Mickey Smyth and his son.
With the cost being agreeable to both parties, the day arrived to dismantle said carport, position the cabin for maximum privacy, sun and stability, and time to build a deck, two steps and a railing for me and re-construct the carport.
Well, two years on, still love my cabin, sleeping and retiring when days of illness strike has made life a lot less stressful for me.
The sensor and two spotlights at night shine on the deck and surrounding lawn enabling me to feel secure.
I have all my favourite things around me, cosy in the winter, in fact warmer in my cabin than the main house. *smiles*
I chose the larger one to accommodate a dble bed, dresser, wardrobe, and TV cabinet and chair. Simply amazing what you can fit in.
See my photos to verify how cosy you can make your cabin.
Thank you Marion and Mickey, Just Cabins was the right decision for me."
North-western Waikato in part comprises of Hamilton, Ngaruawahia, Raglan and Taupiri, and includes a diverse mix of industry and population. Half of our area is made up of rural (farming) and also coastal (tourism). The urban area of Hamilton boasts the 5th largest city in New Zealand, the very renowned Waikato university, an innovation centre and a very robust industrial section including Fonterra and the new inland port.
On the Waikato River, is Hamiltons bustling retail precinct. The entertainment area is quite vibrant due to the large student population. Many of the city's venues and attractions are located on the old Town Belt, including Hamilton Gardens, Waikato Stadium, Seddon Park, Founders Theatre and the Hamilton Lake Domain.
Raglan epitomises New Zealand holiday seaside towns from the past, with a laidback and relaxed charm. Old and modern holiday baches and homes sprawl over the hillside above the bay. Down near the harbour is the town shopping centre, with the historic hotel commanding centre stage, and still bustling with activity. Further around the coast is the black sand surf beach at Ngaranui, and beyond are the surf point breaks, Manu Bay, Whale Bay and Indicators. These left hand point breaks are world renowned, and the surfing community has a strong presence in Raglan.