Small Town in Oregon Is Getting 3D Houses, Is Tri-Cities Next?
3D Printed Houses Are The Next Big Thing, Will Tri-Cities Get Them First?
I'm a house junkie. I love container homes, buses, tiny houses and now I'm adding 3D printed homes to the list of housing construction that fascinates me.
Would You Live In A 3D Printed House?
3D printed homes are coming and one small community in Oregon is looking to build over 100 new homes over the next few years. John Day Oregon is ground-zero for a new 3D printed home community and will this trend soon hit the Tri-Cities?
John Day Oregon Is Hoping To Build 3D Houses By End Of 2022
Will Tri-Cities Washington Be The Next Place You'll See 3D Built Homes?
3D homes generally cost 10% to 15% less than a stick built home to build and as technology gets better, Green is hoping that homes could be 25% less than an average stick home to build.
3D printed homes have recently been used in other states to build low-cost homeless shelters and housing for Habitat For Humanity. As housing prices go up, 3D printed homes might be the next affordable entry into home-buying for first time buyers.
The neat thing about 3D homes is that they are expected to last 175 years on average and can be vary from a simple designed home to a luxury home.
The real question is how long before we see this technology coming to the Tri-Cities?
I know I'd be one of those people interested in seeing a 3D printed house built in the Tri-Cities.
You can read more about 3D printed homes and the John Day Oregon story here.