bloomberg logo

Bloomberg mentions Colorado Earth in article on Homes for Climate Resiliency

The article discusses a house design by Colorado Earth, located in Castle Rock, Colorado, that uses compressed earth blocks for its walls. These walls are fireproof and help to keep the heat in during colder months and out during heat waves due to the slow transfer of heat through the 10-inch-thick walls. Sensor data collected by Colorado Earth shows that the house maintains a constant temperature of 68F (20C) with sunlight and a wood-burning stove, despite average low temperatures of 18F (-7C) in February.