Monolithic Constructors, Inc. is happy to offer great deals on our current inventory of Monolithic Cabins*! We have several ready to ship to your site. When these are gone, we will still be offering custom constructed cabins at regular prices.
When we talk about tiny houses, we are really talking about living an entirely different lifestyle.
Backcountry Utah is an outdoor radio program that airs weekdays on six radio stations in cities throughout the state, including Salt Lake City. While segments normally center on outdoor recreational activities such as hunting, fishing, camping and hiking, the show recently focused on Monolithic Domes. Our very own David B. South was the guest, and he used the opportunity to take listeners on a tour of the disaster-resistant domes and cabins.
Why grow your own? Good question! Can’t we just keep making our weekly stock-up trip to the supermarket? Well of course you can. But there are some growing (pun intended) reasons not to.
Woodhaven Stable, a day camp for young horseback riding enthusiasts now has a Monolithic Cabin. Owner Jean Schooping said, “One of the big reasons why I wanted it was as a disaster shelter. I used to really panic when I had 30 kids in my care, and we got a storm or tornado warning. Now I can just scoot them into the cabin.”
No one wants to live in a nursing home. Many of us don’t even like visiting one. And most of us hate the idea of arranging such accommodations for someone we love. But is there an alternative? After all, every person confined to such a facility needs some degree of special medical care.
Lately, people have been asking about the possibility of designing and equipping a Monolithic Cabin as a business facility. President David South replies, “If your business needs a structure with 100 to 266 square feet of space, you should definitely consider a Monolithic Cabin.”
Check out this video describing how to build a Monolithic Transportable Cabin! If you didn’t know, the Monolithic Cabin is the newest addition to the Monolithic family. It can be used as a rental unit, eco-housing or granny flat, disaster shelter, workshop, office or studio, game room, vacation dome, exercise room, temporary housing for work crews or home builders, guest house or storage. They can be designed as single living units or combined with others. The list goes on and on! To make it even better, you can transport it!
Building the actual shell of the Monolithic Cabin takes a lot of specialized equipment, trained manpower and a specialized form called a casting bed. Therefore, we suggest that you consider having Monolithic build the shell and you finishing the Cabin.
Housing for the homeless is a complex problem with no ready-made, easy answer. But despite its complexity, it deserves our attention and consideration. The Monolithic Cabin certainly fits into the category of practical, worthwhile, helpful solutions for our country’s homeless.
How does our Monolithic Cabin compare to FEMA’s specifications for a disaster shelter?
Lifting the Monolithic Cabin is simple. Here are the instructions so that you can be prepared when receiving yours.