Building in Arizona



  • @Eternity
    Hi Eternity,

    Thank you so much for responding to my aircrete request. I will send you a text and we can begin connecting.

    In gratitude for this forum so that we can all share information, learn and connect.

    Kayse



  • @kayse
    Hello Kayse,

    I am planning a trip out to Sedona next week, we would love to connect with you! Wondering if you are available to meet up and show the land you want to build on?

    Exciting times are happening!!

    Light and Love,
    Eternity



  • @Eternity

    Hi,

    Sounds fun 🌟

    Yes, I would have enjoyed showing you the land and sharing it with you. However we will not be in town.

    Have a fabulous time exploring in the area

    Happy day🌸
    Kayse



  • Kayse,
    I live in Prescott. I just ordered the mixer from Domegaia and plan to build the foam machine to practice making 12x12x6 blocks. The goal is to present some samples to an engineer to begin bridging the legalities of building with aircrete in Yavapai County.
    I am looking for some off grid land every day, and plan to build a couple of 20' domes.
    Let me know what's up!

    Greg Stephens
    sofarsogood1458@gmail.com
    928 776-0791



  • Greg ,

    My name susan got your message too. I heard Wilcox has no code land near portage safford area .. Arizona can be strict here is a blog data site people know all no codes land is if it helps. Good luck on your dome project ..I’m looking at Wyoming.. but Texas is the best large areas no code no septic no codes 0% only closer you are to a major city I was offered $23,000.00 3.5 acres two wells power etc no codes area populated I need snow these days all my life sun now flip over to snow ..

    . http://www.city-data.com/forum/self-sufficiency-preparedness/2563908-areas-u-s-no-building-codes.html

    Regards ,
    Susan



  • @sofarsoggood

    Hi Greg, I am very inspired and encouraged to hear that you’re going to be working with the building/codes/permits...

    I will reach out to you via text or email.

    In gratitude for your contribution to increase Arizona’s awareness about Aircrete.

    Kayse



  • @kayse Look forward to conversations...I am currently looking for off grid land. I am rooted in Prescott, so for now, it will be in the area. Greg



  • Here Greg ,

    Your mail came to my box I trully do believe you find what you are looking for and extra hold the image on your mind and it will Manafest.

    Here 30 acres near your location off grid can’t wait to see like more dome home dwellers. Mine be in Wyoming ☺️

    https://homes.trovit.com/listing/69000-1br-30-acres-off-grid-ready-live-life-in-the-wild-15-hrs-n-of-prestcott-hide-this-posting-unhide.d1eBWY1rSN



  • @sofarsoggood

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    Hello Greg,

    I saw this YouTube of guy creating his dome aircrete home.. it’s my dream dome home native Indian my husband airforce colonel died. All places lived so unhappy homes condos townhomes etc round aircrete home its great happy place I want peace happy place being Widow there no places for widows to be in community I’m taking too people military base they set place for widows to live at.. im going Wyoming it’s peaceful get to my roots Indian. Dome home.. 🤗.. I help people Witt there dome homes be a builder too in future help people build labor best place to learn dome homes. .

    Regards,
    Susan



  • I have been in a different forum seeking out workshops, and this sounds like a great potential place for either hosting one or even just recruiting willing hands! I am an AZ native (graduated HS in Mesa), lived in Flag while I earned a Masters, and now live in KC. All my immediate family’s still out there, however, and I have friends who I visit regularly in Sedona whenever I visit family. Point is, I’m sure I’m not along in hoping you can open-book your search/research process and journey and serve as a leader via your experience in both navigating AZ’s tricky code system & embarking on this journey. I know Susan mentioned some no-code land, but some of our professions and interests don’t allow for us to live quite as isolated (yet). If you choose to blog about it elsewhere, please let us know—I’d love to follow your story!


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