Many thanks and all the best to Peg and Peter Meisler on their purchase of two Solargon 20 models for a southern Colorado project which will link the two octagon building with a 24' link. The link will include a kitchen and bath with a staircase to the cellar.
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Solargon sales person Sheri Mattei and family at Dream Lake at the base of Halletts Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park. The short walk to this overwhelmingly beautiful place is a must if you find yourself in northern Colorado. We have our own dream of building an ultra efficient Solargon home this summer. For more information about owning your Solargon cabin or home write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Doug Kirk at 6:59 AM
Monday, May 3, 2010
Pictured above is the Solargon 20 show model being set at the new ICS plant. We used 2x6 redwood and framed an octagon to fit under the Solargon. After building and leveling the support frame we lifted the Solargon with two forklifts and drove beside the frame. We then lowered it and pushed the cabin over the frame and did final adjustments. Then lifting in select spots we removed the pipes. It was just that simple. To view more pictures see album below.
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Posted by Doug Kirk at 12:49 PM