Is construction with aircrete permitted at all in California?
Do the standard Domegaia window and door extensions count as roof area?
I seriously doubt a that even a county inspector would quibble over that. Unless you made the door extension 6' long or more - which might be fun.
Meet setbacks, one structure per parcel."
Does that mean you are only allowed one such accessory building per parcel?
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@Zander yes, though in ag zoned areas the rules are more relaxed
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Have you checked out Autoclaved Aerated Concrete? It's a fireproof material that would be great in California. The link below describes the material.
California adopted the 2006 IBC without the companion housing code that would have included acceptance of AAC in seismic areas. So yes and no. AAC cost about 4 times that of AirCrete after delivery.