Big Island (Puna) AirCrete Homeowner-Builders
Hello, I am not on the Big Island full time, but do plan to build on my land and AirCrete makes the most sense thus far from an economical and, resource, and environmental perspective. Hoping to connect with others who are interested and create a community in the Puna region interested in supporting each other in erecting these beautiful structures.
I will be moving to the BI soon, and I'm interested in AirCrete structures also. I would like to keep in touch. Is there Private Messaging available on this site?
One important concern is that Hawai'i has a lot of little earthquakes, so designing with a little shaking in mind is important. What is real important is that you don't want chunks of concrete (lightweight or not) falling on you if the ground starts moving. Of course a roof made from wood 2 x 8's and corrugated metal falling isn't good either. So design is important.