Now, we’re all familiar with reclaimed wood coffee tables, coasters and other custom furniture that keeps perfectly good materials from being dumped into landfills. But, what if we told you that you could build an entire home out of reclaimed building materials?
What will it take for most Americans who want to downsize into a high quality built sustainable toxin free Organic Cottage that will last you for the rest of your life if you take care of it? Do you have the $50,000 to $150,000 in the bank to buy one with? Most people do not and the financing for such a Dream Cottage does not exist unless you use the modern toxic building materials to build the equivalent of tiny mobile homes on trailers you can pull with a big pickup truck. So how will you ever get into a situation where you can have a house one day that you can afford? I suspect for many, you will be looking at alternatives to conventional housing, thus loans, and places to put your house once you get it built.
As it turns out these days, if you don’t want at least a 2,000 sf then you can not build in most new subdivisions, towns, or cities across the country. Sustainable off-grid housing is in-fact outlawed in many cities as they do not want to lose the income from utilities and want to be sure you pay lots of property taxes so tiny organic cottages that do not use all new building materials are nearly impossible to get into the cities.
That is the foundation of our new evolution into the paradigm of sustainable housing that will not kill the occupants with outgassing from chemicals used to create the many parts of new houses. By helping in the creation of the PSO network (Pure Salvage Outposts) that will form a Co-op that stretches nationally so people can harvest salvage in one territory and ship it to other outposts where it will be more valuable to market it. For now, those who salvage are forced to market the booty in areas where there is so much of it that it does not have as great a value as it would in areas where housing is booming, and there are no salvage mines to pull from. We can join these areas together and thus let people in one area who can do the Salvage Mining be able to max out their rewards by shipping to where it can be used quickly. The Salvage Builders can then concentrate on building houses for those who need housing most.
To do this we need to establish the model, the first site to open where people can come to build a house and ship it to a place they can live in it, and possibly become part of the Co-op where you can make a good living doing what you love.
Thanks again for checking out what is going on. We have 7 pledges to be members at $10,000 each so far and I am hoping we will see the numbers grow with more of the incredible people that have shown interest and may soon play a part in growing the PSO that will change the way America builds Tiny Houses and Organic Cottages.