Is construction with aircrete permitted at all in California?
Some older sources (2009, 2012) say that California is the only state where Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) is not permitted. And since Domegaia's "aircrete" is non-autoclaved I imagine it is even less likely to be permitted. Does anyone have any info on this? or leads to where one should research? Would there be regulation variances between counties? (I'm in Nevada County)
My California community suffered great losses in a fire last year. We also would like to know the possibility of rebuilding with Aircrete. Do you know of any approved structures already built in California?