(YorkPedia Editorial):- Wausau, Wisconsin Jan 31, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Sativa Building Systems demonstrates the future of not only hempcrete building materials but also fully non-toxic building materials with the launch of the Cultivated tiny home. Aiming to be one of the most unique residential structures on the market, Cultivated demonstrates that the future of sustainable and healthy materials is here, and beautiful homes are the result.
At a listed price of $110K, the Cultivated boasts an array of non-toxic, no-VOC finishes, while also incorporating Sativa Building Systems’ own patented Z Panel hempcrete technology as a thermal storage wall.
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“We have been contacted by numerous individuals over the years who either have chemical sensitives and health issues related to off-gassing materials in their home or have experience mold toxicity because of inferior building materials” CEO and Founder Zach Popp stated. “With the Cultivated, we maximized the use of sustainability sourced wood, no-VOC finishes, and even fire and mold-resistant materials, in addition to using our own Z Panels as a thermal storage wall. The result is a beautiful and functional home” Popp continued.
Sativa Building Systems is currently commercializing the hempcrete Z Panel, and the Cultivated is another product added to their offerings. The first production unit is for sale, and orders are being taken for additional units. Full specs and all images can be found at www.cultivatedtiny.com.
Sativa Building Systems
N6416 Banner Rd. Wittenberg, WI 54499
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