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casa ti Prototype:
An Off Grid rural house
...Done in stages.
Phase 1: Fell in love with and purchased rural land. We are encouraging others to purchase those 50-100ish acre parcels in their own areas that are already on the market: to protect, preserve, and conserve.
Phase 2: Got a solar cooker.
(Click here to see silly solar cooking experiments on Myspace.)
Phase 3: Composting toilet purchased.
Phase 4: Started a blog. Oh wait, NOW we start to build! ; )
Phase 5: Follow along on the blog.
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"...the little unit is so beautiful with the Iron Grey rainscreen
and windows that look in all 4 directions! I can't wait
to "move in" and start spending time in this healthy place. A
fridge, sink, and stove will be installed in the North room, all
necessary to receive an occupancy permit."
[Note: Don't forget an ERV or HRV for fresh air exchange in tight, energy efficient homes!]
She mentioned the contractor did not have green materials experience, so this is one more example of our prefab house kits adding green building skills and knowledge into each community, which makes me very happy.
Follow this SIP prefab house here.
Follow the Wolftrot.
A Dogtrot Mod prefab house from our sister site, Green Cabin Kits, customized and reconfigured for the Pacific Northwest.
This family selected a rural area on which to place their prefab SIPs house. This area of Colorado has no building codes, but we made sure to engineer the prefab to not only meet International Code Council (ICC), to which our house kits are already designed, but to specifically address their area (which we do as well through a local engineer) despite it not being required.
This SIPs house is no longer an official Green Modern Kits project.
Project: Follow The Northwest R1 Residential!
Coming soon! Permit submitted to planning, look for details on this project in March 2015!
Project: Follow The Dogtrot Mod in Carolina!
Coming soon! Details soon! Project projected start date March 2015.