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Don't have money to buy a house? Discover the forgotten cob building technique that will help you build on a low budget your BEAUTIFUL and SAFE HOME! Read more...

Don't have money to buy a house? Discover the forgotten cob building technique that will help you build on a low budget your BEAUTIFUL and SAFE HOME! Read more...

The completed plinth around the garage. In the foreground a piece of wood can be seen sticking out of the concrete. This is an expansion joint to ensure the concrete has room to expand and contract so that it does not crack.

Rubble Trench Foundation

The completed plinth around the garage. In the foreground a piece of wood can be seen sticking out of the concrete. This is an expansion joint to ensure the concrete has room to expand and contract so that it does not crack.

over the biddem that covered the pipe, a layer of stone was put and stamped down with a hand stamper, and then rubble was poured on top.

Rubble Trench Foundation

over the biddem that covered the pipe, a layer of stone was put and stamped down with a hand stamper, and then rubble was poured on top.

rubble trench foundation - Google Search

rubble trench foundation - Google Search

dig a trench the shape of your house, fill with gravel, add a layer of large rocks with mortar, and start the cob walls - do a layer, let it dry, then add the next layer - like a clay pinch pot

dig a trench the shape of your house, fill with gravel, add a layer of large rocks with mortar, and start the cob walls - do a layer, let it dry, then add the next layer - like a clay pinch pot

COB & ON

COB & ON

COB & ON

COB & ON

Straw Bale, Cob, Earth Plaster - Silver Seed Farms, LLC

Straw Bale, Cob, Earth Plaster - Silver Seed Farms, LLC

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