Eco-FriendlyHousing should be defined first so we are on the same page and talking about the same thing. Let us look at this from an ideal point of view embracing multiple aspects and not just one in particular. Eco-friendly homes are made up of organic or recycled materials to lessen damage to the environment.
Kenafcrete can then be considered Eco Material http://www.d4s-sbs.org/MH.pdf as described and demonstrated here. As covered in this document, kenafcrete built homes meet most of the 10 superior properties of eco material. Now imagine a home that is framed with bamboo instead of lumber products from our sacred forests. Add to that 9 inch thick walls of kenafcrete.
Bamboo and concrete has worked https://www.archdaily.com/537296/merging-bamboo-and-concrete-for-the-emerging-world
So what would be the advantages of using bamboo and kenafcrete together to build eco-friendlyhousing? If it can be done with industrial hemp, it can be done with kenaf.
Hempcrete Home Eco-FriendlyHousing
Follow these links to eco-friendlyhousing plasters and other texture applications for inside and outside use. If you have questions or suggestions send bob an email and he will get back with you as soon as possible.
This information can be applied to kenafcrete house building as well. Hindsight lesson.
Training is where it all begins. Knowing what materials, where and how to get them is a vital part of the whole process.
Getting trained on what materials and what equipment and then learning how to use this information for any project makes a complete package for the beginner as well as the professional in the construction industry.
Having the training for beginners and homeowners to professionals, access to the right equipment and materials and training in design for archtects using hempcrete in one place, will save you you time and money and get you off to a successful and fast start in the hempcrete and/or kenafcrete industry.
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