CBS structural framing is termite proof, water proof, mold proof, earthquake resistant, and withstands hurricane and tornado force winds in excess of 350 MPH (130 MPH destroys wood and concrete block construction).
Termite Proof? Sweet, we could use that down here in
Water proof? I’m down.
Mold proof? Check.
Earthquake resistant? Um, I guess you can’t be too careful.
Withstands hurricane force winds in excess of 350 MPH? Priceless.
Why aren’t we ordering some of these yesterday? Put some fiberglass homes up on stilts and you got yourself a hurricane proof city. The home owner can come up with what it would cost to rebuild a traditional wood frame house, and the federal government can chip in and pay whatever else is needed to do it with fiberglass. This way, if the government pays for prevention now, it won’t have to pay more later.
A crew of 5 transports and erects the exterior support walls with a crane and adds the roof in one day. One 2,000 square foot house can be built in 48 minutes on the production line or in 2 hours on-site using local labor.
Mr. Mayor, Mrs. Governor, what else do you need?