Call to Action
NanoArchitech’s materials developed at the request of FEMA and HUD more than fifteen years ago are long overdue to be put to use. These solid materials and coatings will save billions of dollars spent annually in the USA alone on structures built with legacy materials such as wood, gypsum board, plywood and steel ( melts at 2400 degrees) that are destroyed by water, fire, mold and toxins. Building with our super materials will mean that buildings will endure greater extremes. Resilience is the new sustainable. If it can’t stand up to Climate Change, its not sustainable! Not only are these materials resilient and eco-friendly, they create healthy, non-toxic, antimicrobial and hypoallergenic interior environments.If the homes destroyed by Hurricane Sandy and Katrina were built with our materials, the buildings would still be standing and habitable!
Cop21 , conferences and research results have awakened global awareness of the need to immediately improve the way we build and materials we use. Our resilient materials that will withstand increased threats and anticipated conditions.
The time is now to get off of fossil fuel, use much less wood, end deforestation and stop processing common cement which emits a ton of co2 for every ton of cement accounting for over 8% of all CO2 globally! We can reduce this figure by 80% . Let’s do this!
The brilliance is in the resilience and preparing for changing conditions instead of paying the consequences and suffering the losses over and over again.
Not only will we reduce environmental toxins, we will provide safer, healthier and extremely long lasting structures for generations to come.