Episode-2409- Fast, Affordable, DIY Off Grid Building with AirCrete
Summary: Our guest Daniel Allen says that for $38 per square foot you can build a DIY off grid home finished with appliances. That it’s possible to throw a few simple tools and a pallet of cement in your truck and go build the shell of a cabin, in a month at any location you can get water to. That this is all possible with AirCrete. AirCrete is a home made cellular cement product with structural & insulating properties. When you make AirCrete cement is inflated 6 times its volume with air bubbles. When building a dome it is rot proof, fire proof, pest proof, tornado proof,and sound resistant. Walls can be cast into shape, stained to any color, and made to look like almost anything you can imagine. Daniel joins us to have an open discussion as one leg of using this product in building a well designed lifestyle. Using this method Daniel says even a person on minimum wage can have land, car, & home in 1-2 years if they are simply willing to camp and tough it out to get it done. Resources for today’s show… Follow Life With Jack on Instagram TSP Facebook Group Join the Members Brigade Join Our Forum Walking To Freedom TspAz.com The Granddaddy’s Gun Club Binance.com Biltong for Breakfast Find Your TSP Facebook Group for Your State Tiny Giant Life – Daniel’s Website World – Five for Fighting Sponsors of the Day Ridge Wallet J.M. Bullion Remember to comment, chime in and tell us your thoughts, this podcast is one man’s opinion, not a lecture or sermon. Also please enter our listener appreciation contest and help spread the word about our show. Also remember you can call in your questions and comments to 866-65-THINK (866-658-4465) and you might hear yourself on the air. Join the MSB Today Want Every Episode of TSP Ever Produced? Remember in addition to discounts to over 40 vendors who supply stuff you are likely buying anyway, tons of free ebooks and video content, MSB Members also get every edition of The Survival Podcast ever produced in convenient zip files in blocks of 24. More info on the MSB can be found here.