Georgia Adobe Homes™ are constructed from insulated Rammed Earth, permanent form materials, and recycled materials can be built in any country in the world they make their own electricity, collect potable water, contain their sewage treated onsite, employ Greywater recycling, make fuel, incorporate in home food production.
Our Ecoitecture Systems have 45+ Years Of Development
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No matter the size of your building needs, Georgia Adobe Domes™ can be the answer to those wide open space needs . With the addition of Fiberglass Custom Domes to our already custom concrete, steel fabric and wooden dome building offerings the possibilities of what your Georgia Adobe™ Building can be, just got greater ! Domes are a great tool that give the owner clear room spans, most inexpensively and come with up to 20 times greater the strength, when compared to a building that is built as a conventional rectangular structure would be, while saving on materials and construction cost too.
Dome roofs are often the best structures to meet all of ones needs, as even the walls can appear conventional & straight on the inside, and have facades that blend into any setting easily, while having that same dome strength too, when custom built.
Take a moment to look at the drawings and other info on this & our other pages and then give Joe Woodall™ at Georgia Adobe™ a call at 706-363-6453 to start your project. Remember the 1st consultation on the phone
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