LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) February 12, 2019
Andrew Dennis, the Inventor and Founder of GigaCrete Inc, is excited to announce that the GigaCrete Building System has passed all formal, rigorous tests at Blackwater Testing lab (Florida) that are required to apply for and to achieve Florida’s Miami-Dade County’s Notice of Acceptance (NOA). With impressive strength and durability, GigaCrete performed beyond test standards. Now, formal application for the Miami-Dade County Notice of Acceptance is underway.
GigaCrete houses have survived multiple hurricanes in St. Thomas, Haiti and the Bahamas with sustained winds of 180mph and gusts over 235mph with no damage or water intrusion, Andrew Dennis states that “securing the Miami Dade approval will be a significant achievement, which adds additional credibility to an already impressive list of sustainable advantages.” Indeed, the published test results alone are a significant milestone for the company.
The GigaCrete complete steel framed building system offers a true “thermally broken” design. The exterior finish StuccoMax is waterproof, impact resistant and contains no silica (a bigger issue today with the new EPA rulings). Each homes interior is finished with PlasterMax, which boasts an impressive 8,500+ psi, with no silica and no source to support mold or mildew.
Dennis went on to say “our homes are fire resistant, water resistant and can be built in any environment from hurricane coastal markets to seismic and fire prone areas.” The GigaCrete building system is on display at this years International Builders Show in Las Vegas on February 19th to the 21st in booth #SU778.
Dennis’s vision for a smarter, healthier and more sustainable home has prompted the company, in the spirit of supporting our veterans, to donate its materials for use in building up to a 500 square foot ADU/Small home. The first person/company to order a GigaCrete home at the show will have the home donated in their name.
Visit http://www.GigaCrete.com to learn more or visit us at IBS 2019.