CloudHauz Dwellings are Hazard-Resistant, Emergency-Grade and Re-Usable Up to 300 Years
MORAGA, Calif., March 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- CloudHauz LLC, a provider of disaster-resistant dwellings, announced today it has formally launched the company months earlier than anticipated in order to address the emergency dwelling situation worsened by COVID-19 outbreak.
The company in conjunction with strategic partners, have queued up its East Coast manufacturing facility and are ready to accept architectural drawings and begin mass producing structures immediately. CloudHauz will begin manufacturing any and all types of structures needed in this crisis including: homeless shelters, ADU (accessory dwelling units), medical facilities, warehouses and more. The factory is exempt from the quarantine, and will remain open for business as usual, as this manufacturing is considered essential for building emergency dwellings to support the crisis.
CloudHauz uses a patented steel-composite construction technology that has been used around the world for over 30 years and is currently in 70,000 dwellings in 28 countries. Its steel and composite structures are more durable than wood which doesn't stand up in fires, earthquakes, hurricanes and is prone to molds and dry rot. CloudHauz is launching the company based on a superior durable, construction technology to promote its ability to build fast, safe, long-lasting and eco-friendly dwellings that use less wood, which also reduces deforestation.
"CloudHauz dwellings will absolutely shelter us from the storm in these chaotic times," said Lisa Copass, CEO and Co-Founder of CloudHauz. "With CloudHauz we can build for the next disaster giving ourselves the best chance of survival."
"We're all in this together," said Chip MacDowell, COO and Co-Founder. "And CloudHauz is here and ready to help."
Hazard-Resistant:CloudHauz dwellings are remarkable in that they are: fire-resistant; earthquake-resistant (up to 9 on the Richter scale); hurricane resistant (winds up to 200 mph) and have high thermal values (R-59). Because CloudHauz uses wood-less structures (only steel and composite) there's no food source for mold, termites, fungus, dry rot orrodents to thrive on, thus destroy.
Fast and Easy Assembly:The structure of a CloudHauz comes in pre-fabricated, lightweight panels which save an enormous amount of time in labor. The structures assemble in an inter-locking tongue and grove style and require two tools an electric screw driver and hot knife/saw. The pre-fabricated panels reduce project completion time by 50%, reduces labor costs by 75% and cost of materials by 50%, compared to wood construction projects.
CertificationsIn addition to being Title 24-compliant and Net Zero-Approved, the structure of a CloudHauz meet certified building codes in the state of California and every state in the US. Other certifications include: HUD-approved and ASTM International-certified.
Eco-FriendlyCloudHauz dwellings are extremely eco-friendly, made from recycled materials and are 100% recyclable. The structural materials are manufactured in an entirely green facility with no waste and no environmental pollution and does not produce off-gasses or toxins.
Specifications and AssemblyTo get specifications on the structures of a CloudHauz dwelling. Download the brochure here. To see how easy it is to assemble the structure click here to watch a video. To watch how fire-resistant the structures are click here to watch a video.
Experience CloudHauz and its strategic partners have built multiple homes in California and have many more under development. The company has a combined experience of over 600 years in the areas of: construction, architectural design, electrical and HVAC engineering, real estate development, solar power, city planning, government relations, marketing and finance.
What Does A CloudHauz Look Like?CloudHauz dwellings look like any other dwelling. One would not know it was a CloudHauz unless the exterior cladding and interior walling was removed the steel beams and composite foam would be visible. The structure of a CloudHauz can be cladded (exterior finish) with virtually any cladding material including; brick, Hardie Board, vinyl, synthetic stucco and more.
Procuring CloudHauz Dwellings.The company has spec drawings and is ready to mass produce and manufacture virtually any dwelling needed.Prospects can also submit their drawings to CloudHauz for quotes at email@example.com. Structures can be manufactured and delivered in 30-90 days depending of specifications and features.
Made in the USACloudHauz structural materials are 100% made in the USA. As well, the company supports and is offering priority jobs to US disabled veterans. The company will provide training on how to assemble CloudHauz dwellings.
Opening California Manufacturing FacilityCloudHauz is planning to open a manufacturing facility on the West Coast which will take approximately 9-15 months once funding is secured. In the interim, the East Coast factory will be operating 24/7 in order to help meet the great demand on the West Coast. It's estimated the company needs to raise approximately $7 million for the West Coast factory and is looking to build on Mare, Island in Vallejo, CA which is an opportunity zone, helping to build jobs and restore the community.
About CloudHauz Dwellings for a New Planet:
Formed in June 2019 and headquartered in Moraga, CA, CloudHauz is a leading provider of hazard-resistant dwellings that save lives. The company's primary goal is to help people and the planet. We do that by manufacturing, designing, and building dwellings that offer best chance of survival. CloudHauz and its strategic partners have built multiple homes in California and have many more under development. Of equal importance to the company is the concern for our planet. CloudHauz promotes building with less wood and timber construction. Instead using an alternative of steel and composite. The weaning off of wood will reduce deforestation which is a major cause of climate change. Forests are the lungs of the planet and thereby absorb much of our CO2 emissions. By using steel and composite construction structures, we lighten the load on our forests and allow them to flourish again.
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