From EarthKaya: Welcome to the future…. EarthKaya is dedicated in providing low cost, eco-housing solutions. Less time, less impact, less cost.
In a world where organic is more expensive than traditional crops, solar panels are often costly to install and electric cars inconvenient to run, many people may be reluctant to ‘go green’ at home.
But imagine a process of home building that is more economical than traditional methods, equally as sound structurally, well-insulated, sound-absorbent, releases less CO2 emissions than brick homes and reduces the carbon footprint by 70%.
EarthKaya does just that by creating structures using locally produced polypropylene bags filled with sand which are coated with small amounts of cement or an environmentally-friendly plaster such as adobe or special lime after building.
Sand bag homes are resistant to wind, sun and water vapour, remain cool in summer and warm in winter, are non-corrosive and rot-free, meaning no pesky termite problems.
Thinking of low cost building? Contact us today at EarthKaya
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Note: it looks like they’re using the bags by Eternally Solar. Maybe they’ll see this blog post and leave a comment.