Accessory Dwelling Units
An ADU is a self-contained, smaller living unit on the lot of a single-family home. They can be separate like a "granny flat" or attached to the primary house, such as an above-the-garage type, or a basement unit. A GeoComb ADU Home is an easy way for homeowners to create quality large or small living space for additional family, rental income, or an additional cottage for private home and hospice care. GeoComb offers the kind of flexibility that is becoming imperative in today’s world to accommodate fluctuating work schedules, economic swings, and alternative living arrangements, even home isolation and quarantine.
Many people with a home and a yard are finding the bills and mortgage too often still a stretch. You may want to install some additional living space under the local ADU provisions, but that usually means you face a long and stressful process with an Architect, permits, and unpredictable cost estimates. That's usually followed by the long, messy construction process. The result is a product that is expensive to build, expand, or alter. And of course, it's impossible to sell it separately or move it later if desired.
It's easy and fast to build a GeoComb ADU Home.
By choosing a Certified GeoComb Home you can usually sail through the permits and the construction headache. Install a beautiful and customized set of components that can be altered at will. It can even be removed completely intact and relocated or sold. We work with your local contractor to help you set up the utilities for your GeoComb ADU. We can help you find one, too.
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The escalating rates of dislocation and migration of populations due to Climate Disruption, natural disasters, political and social strife, and other hardship are straining the logistics of relief infrastructure.
This will likely continue to worsen for the forseeable future. Current solutions for relief shelter are not designed for creating viable communities with adequate facilities to support recovery of sustainable community. They are instead usually set up as a “holding” location instead of a Life Support Recovery System. Hotel rooms are costly and tent encampments are ucomfortable or not secure. These methods concentrate the displaced population far from their home thereby making rebuilding their housing, community and life more difficult. When they return home, they often still need to repair or build new housing and have lodging while rebuilding.
GeoComb Sustainability Partners (GSP) will be organized as a separate non-profit corporation to specifically serve the shelter needs people are facing every year while building up the networks and infrastructure of a sustainable future. Our mission: to make Low Impact Housing For All possible worldwide. We can do this by bringing forth simple, scalable, and sustainable technology for living on this increasingly unpredictable planet.
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