Orillia, Ontario—Kandi Wood has officially put the Straw Bale Building industry on notice: Learning how and where to start with your Straw Bale Building dream is now is now faster, easier and more affordable than ever before.
For many, the dream of building their own home is overwhelming. Where to start, who to talk to, where to begin the process is so daunting that many people never even get started. The time it takes to source all the information required is time consuming and often very costly. With escalating utility costs, the strain on the planets natural resources, the looming issue of what do we do when there is no more oil is becoming a hot topic for debate. People are looking at more Eco Friendly , green, sustainable building and ways of living. Building with Straw may be the answer you have been looking for; Straw is a renewable waste resource. It also has a huge insulation factor, about 3 – 4 times that of a framed home. Straw Bale construction is a very ancient practice and there are homes in Nebraska, USA from the 1800 and 1900, built of straw, still standing today. Straw and mud/cob has also been used around the world for thousands of years. The cost of building with straw varies but the benefits are huge.
The book ‘ An Absolute Must Read Before You Start To Build Your Eco Friendly House – The Journey To Eco Straw House’ is now available at http://EcoStrawHouse.com Come along on the journey; experience the highs and lows, the anguish and pain and the ultimate euphoria and success of actually completing the build, which has now become home.
As Wood added, “An Absolute Must Read Before You Start To Build Your Eco Friendly Home ~ The Journey to Eco Straw House” has gone the Straw Bale Building industry one better. Where most books in this field skip the getting started phase our ‘An Absolute Must Read Before You Start To Build Your Eco Friendly Home ~ The Journey to Eco Straw House provides people with a starting point from which to go forward. The additional benefit is that this book is packed full of delicious full color photographs too, so that people can actually see how it was done.
Eco Straw House has identified several key steps most important to people starting out when it comes to finding where to start on this journey of Building a Straw Bale home:
• How to avoid the Hay vs. Straw trap
• Crucial strategies during the planning stages.
• Whether to build it yourself, or hire a contractor
These Straw Bale Building planning steps are just part of an entire process that has to be worked out before you can begin.
The complete step-by-step story is fully documented in this new special book, An Absolute Must Read Before You Start To Build Your Eco Friendly Home ~ The Journey to Eco Straw House.
The book is available for immediate purchase at http://.EcoStrawHouse.com And to help as many people as possible, this outstanding, valuable book, which is bursting with full colour pictures and endless ‘nuggets’ of crucial information and tips is available now for only $38.97!
For media inquiries, to arrange for an interview or book her for a speaking event, please contact Kandi Wood at info@EcoStrawHouse.com 705-835-0397
Kandi Wood is a member of The Ontario Straw Bale Building Coalition and participates in the annual Straw Bale Tour in Ontario, opening her home to those who wish to learn more. She built her home in 06/07 in Oro Medonte Township and has been living there since. She offers herself as a speaker at events, book signings and volunteers as much as possible. Eco Straw House is headquartered in Orillia, Ontario, Canada and has a wealth of knowledge for Eco friendly enthusiasts, books & equipment for sale, consulting services and teleseminars available at http://EcoStrawHouse.com Kandi Wood is a respected authority in her field of straw bale building since 2005. She has been teaching since 1993 in the Southern Ontario area, with a back ground in the diving and health & safety industry and continues this passion with sharing her knowledge in the Straw Bale Building field. She would love to help you too. Visit http://EcoStrawHouse.com