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EconOdome home building kits
EconOdome home building kits
Build with a 30 ft. dia. EconOdome
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Roam Home to a Dome
Lapping TPO shingles keep this three story
3,000sf dome home dry inside
T-Beam struts that form the triangles and T-Beam blocking within the triangle frames
create a construction assembly system that allows for
easy handling & shipping PLUS....................................
A REAL PRETTY EXPOSED WOOD DESIGN IS CREATED ON THE DOME CEILING
On the three largest diameter EconOdome Kits (the 38.5', the 48', and the 57')
A partially assembled 38.5 ft. dia. Basic 2x4 EconOdome frame kit. Click pic to see more.
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The lowest two levels of the building
There are many ways to waterproof the exterior surface.
This innovative feature enables you to waterproof
Triangle panels are easily attached to the exterior of the EconODome frame
with heavy duty 6" screws and 1-1/4" galvanized steel washers (included with all panel kits)
In order to stop any possible condensation
inside the dome and in order to stop
any possible mold growth...a perfectly sealed and
insulated shell made with inorganic materials must be installed outside the building frame.
Installing a continuous layer of insulation
outside the building frame also stops air infiltration.
This all helps to shield the interior from weather.
A non-combustible mold resistant cover sheet is laminated outside the insulation panels
in order to provide a durable, non-combustable, and inorganic cover sheet
under a thermoplastic membrane that will not absorb water and that does not support mold growth.
Commercial buildings are sealed with thermoplastics over a cover sheet over rigid insulation sheeting.
Homes built with EconOdome Kits are insulated and waterproofed using the same exact roofing method
Homes built with EconOdome Kits are protected from the weather (temperature, rain, snow, hail, & wind)
using the same exact roofing methods and materials used to protect expensive hotels and commercial buildings.
We offer two types of thermoplastic roofing membrane products:
60mil TPO and 60mil PVC. The brand will depend upon product availability. At this time only white TPO and PVC thermoplastic is available.
PVC thermoplastic membrane will cost 50% more than TPO.
If you wish, please do request more roofing products info
by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Our dome home kits are called
"EconOdome Kits" for a reason.
Comprehensively designed EconOdome Kits
manufactured by Faze Change Produx
can help you to ECONOMICALLY build an awesome dome home.
CUSTOM FLOOR PLANS
If you wish to order a custom floor plan
If you wish to discuss design options
We have many already drawn floor plans in stock.
This dome home was built in New Mexico and is
clad with fire safe DensDeck Prime Roof Board.
This southwest style dome home in New Mexico includes a large sunroom between the house and garage.
This home also features custom interior woodwork and three floor levels above the walk-out basement level.
Exterior insulated panels were made on-site.
All on-site labor for this dome home
was provided by family and friends.
More insulation and sheetrock was installed from the inside.
This dome home has a radiantly heated concrete floor
that rests on a raised and retained bed of gravel.
We call this the "MesaBase" floor and foundation.
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A gas water heater and a water circulation pump
are used to heat the concrete floor.
Some geographic locations, where building codes are strict,
will not allow the construction of the MesaBase foundation
without professional structural engineering approval.
Perimeter 2x6 riser walls and 2x6 trapezoids are included
so you can have two floor levels and a place to put doors and windows.
All other materials will need to be purchased locally.
Pre-assembled riser wall frames and trapezoid shaped frames
are assembled at the factory.
Custom framing for doors & windows is included with all EconOdome frame kits.
Triangle panels made of rigid insulation and DensDeck cover this dome.
Screws with large washers were used to install
DensDeck triangle panels over insulation sheeting.
The seams and washers are covered with cloth saturated with resins.
More waterproofing is applied to the surface with paint rollers.
We have found that embedding lapping layers of saturated stretchy cloth
between layers of rubbery waterproof coatings
over the entire exterior surface
helps to ensure a longer lasting waterproof surface.
We recommend the use of Tropi-Cool 100% silicone waterproofing,
if you wish to use paint-on waterproofing products to seal your dome home.
If you want a beautiful and low cost, easy to build,|
and spacious dome home....
we recommend purchasing EconOdome Kits necessary
to both enclose and create
a beautiful exposed wood dome ceiling
with the 38.5'dia. T-Beam Loft Ledge Kits which Include:
38.5' diameter EconOdome Loft Ledge frame kit
with ten pre-assembled 2x6 customized* riser walls
and ten customized* 2x6 vertical trapezoids
including ready to stain exposed 2x4 trim
Exposed 2x4 trim is attached to struts at factory.
+ pre-assembled customized** skylight frames
+ stainless steel screws, nails and metal straps
+ 300 interior facing insulated (R-16)
and sheetrocked (unpainted) panels
+ 330 exterior facing insulated (R-26)
and ventilated*** panels
+ customized panels and TPO for skylights
+ pre-cut 60mil TPO triangluar shingles
+ TPO shingles attached at the factory.
Total cost for all the 38.5'dia. T-Beam Loft Ledge Kits
that are necessary to enclose and also complete
the dome roof and ceiling is $39,000
*All riser walls and trapezoids are customized to include
framing for all openings for doors and windows per plans.
**Custom frames for all curb mounted skylights
cost $250 extra for each curb mounted skylight frame.
All skylights mounted on the sloping surfaces are curb mounted.
What the people say about building with EconOdome kits.
The EconOdome home design begins with the end in mind.
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