Screen shot from Earthbag Building Guide showing some of the new content that’s not available elsewhere. (click to enlarge)

Screen shot from Earthbag Building Guide showing some of the new content that’s not available elsewhere. (click to enlarge)


It’s worth emphasizing that even though quite a bit of the content has been previously published on our various websites everything has been carefully distilled, updated, vetted by peer review and organized for maximum clarity. Dozens of new photos and drawings aid in understanding. The editing process alone took about six months to refine the details. The final result is a far cry from the hundreds of blog posts I churn out. Plus, having all the most important information in one document is a great time saver that can reduce errors.

Earthbag Building Guide details and ordering information


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Earthbag Building Guide Sample Text Part 2 — 4 Comments

  1. If you recommend galvanized or stainless pipe for the plumbing sleeve, wh kind of pipe should you use for the perforated pipe in the French drain? Can you use pvc or should it be metal, too? How do you know when you need a French drain or not? If you have a 48″ overhanging roof with the ground sloping away from the house for 10 feet, do you still need a French drain?

  2. My experiences with some eBooks in the past have left me somewhat disappointed. That’s definitely not the case with this one. It actually takes something that sounds complicated and then simplifies the whole process. Utilizing extremely detailed descriptions, “Plus lots of great pictures for us more visual learners” in a step by step easy to understand way. This is a must have for any one even remotely considering building, any type of building. You also get the warm fuzzies because you feel so GREEN with this new found knowledge.

    • Kevin, glad you like it. That’s why I spent so much time and effort on the book. I wanted a book that shows exactly what to do and is simple enough anyone can do it. So far everyone agrees.

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