Straw Bale Home Design
Straw Bale Home Design. Straw bale buildings were fairly common in the United States between 1895 and 1940, but it wasn't until the mid- to late-1990s that building codes began to acknowledge them as a viable approach.
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There are two main ways to construct a straw bale home. The first technique is post-and-beam infill. In a post-and-beam design, the skeleton of the house is made up by a frame that supports the roof, while the straw bales are filled in as insulation. This method is usually more acceptable to
Straw bale construction is a green building method that uses whole or partial bales of straw as a major part of a home's walls. Some builders construct frames around the bales and use the bales for insulation, while others eliminate the framing altogether.
we design and build straw bale houses, homes and studios. Designs developed with a large emphasis on Energy efficiency, creating Eco, sustainable and uniquely beautiful homes. registered builder Chris Rule has decades of experience and is located in central Victoria, Australia.