Allura Fiber Cement is proud to be a partner in building supplies for G Home, an affordable, high-performance, ecological home using readily-available, best-in-breed materials and solutions for the emerging clean energy economy.
About G Home
A G Home is not just a house, it is a practical and achievable lifestyle shift; encouraging us and our industries to empower an era of smart, safe and sustainable solutions for all on our planet before it's too late.
A G Home gets the balance right. It is designed to collect, store and distribute energy and resources efficiently for responsible emission-free living. A G Home brings together readily-accessible, best-in-class materials, methods and technologies aimed at reducing your bills and increasing your quality of life. Engineered for strength, safety, comfort and convenience, a G Home puts the power in your hands.
At any stage of life, a G Home works with your budget and lifestyle in elegantly providing for your needs while capable of being upgraded with any imaginable amenity. It encourages you to be conscious of your environment and embrace environmentally friendly habits. A G Home is your power source. It will charge your lights, your computer, your vehicle and your life; a G Home is your very own charging station.
Fiber cement is a key material for sustainable building practices and is a dependable resource in the construction of “healthy homes.”
The unique qualities of fiber cement are advantageous to conserving resources and offering safety. Products are impervious to wood boring insects, resistant to UV radiation, and are flame retardant. The material is also water resistant and does not rot. Homes built with fiber cement will stand up to extreme weather, including rain, snow, frost and humidity-reducing risks and vulnerabilities. This allows us to get through disasters with less loss and less waste.
The durable composition of fiber cement eliminates the need to re-side a home by 50 years, reducing the consumption of replacement materials. Furthermore, to safeguard human health and the environment, fiber cement is made with recycled materials including cellulose fibers, sand and cement. Products are asbestos-free and contain non-toxic components. With design versatility, products can imitate the appearance of wooden siding, clapboard and shingles- sustaining cost and extending the range of performance properties.