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kenji ramos Oct. 20, 2020, 12:30 p.m.

Hello. 1) Gigacrete coatings are mineral based, therefore not acrylic-based.  2)  Thermal bridging is not an issue because the steel studs are embedded in the foam panels.  3) Gigacrete's exterior StuccoMax coating is waterproof. 4) Gigacrete homes are not limited to hot desert climates. There are Gigacrete houses in the Caribbean (Haiti, Bahamas, US Virgin Islands)   Nor is  freeze-thaw an issue. There are Gigacrete houses in Alaska.  The Gigacrete Building System is hurricane resistant and fire-resistant. In May 2019, the Gigacrete Building System was code approved in Miami-Dade County, an area subject to devastating hurricanes. It's arguably the strictest building code in the US.  Habitat for Humanity has used the Gigacrete system for wildfire rebuild. Recent piece in Bloomberg cited fire-resistance of Gigacrete homes:  For more information, recommend searching Wikipedia, Forbes magazine, Malibu magazine, Business Insider. All aforementioned have articles about Gigacrete.  

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Timothy Griswold July 3, 2021, 10:36 a.m.

Do not work with this company or this man. They are dishonest. The “Gigacrete system” will cost you 30%-50% more to build as it is expensive to buy and even more expensive for your contractors to work with. Even more importantly, Andrew is dishonest. He has owed a refund of approximately $4,000 for more than a year. He has repeatedly lied and promised but never repaid and never followed up.

Do not use Gigacrete; there are other products and other systems that provide equal benefits at a lower cost.