DIY Low Cost Tiny Home Made Of Air Crete Using AirCrete

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A modern building material / technique that is simply amazing. Cheap, a DIY, using simple tools and materials.AirCrete is inexpensive and easy to work with. It requires only basic skills. It’s relatively easy to make and like baking cake, you just have to get the recipe right.

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DomeGaia provides information, tools, trainings and designs to help you build your own low-cost, high-quality, eco-friendly AirCrete home. Our first domes, including Steve’s dome home, were made of clay bricks and cinder blocks.

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Since then we’ve focused on building with AirCrete. This videos show some of the first versions of our tools. We’ve come a long ways since then. Watch the video below and learn how you can build your own AirCrete home.via(domegaia).

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The quality and density of the foam is important. Use an accurate postal or kitchen scale to check the weight of your foam. It is waterproof, fireproof, and insect proof. It offers good thermal and acoustic insulation. It will not rot, warp, or corrode.

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Unlike concrete which is hard, heavy, cold and difficult to work with, AirCrete is easy to work with. It dries overnight and can be cut, carved, drilled and shaped with wood-working tools.

It accepts nails and screws and is easily repaired. It had good compressive strength to make excellent foundations, subfloors, building blocks, poured walls, domes or whatever. It can be molded or formed into practically any shape.