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Free Excerpt from the book Essential Hempcrete Construction

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Excerpt from Essentials of Hempcrete Construction: Appropriate Use

"This article is an excerpt from Chris Magwood’s new book: Essential Hempcrete Construction: The Complete Step-by-Step Guide. This book is a part of the Sustainable Building Series that New Society Publishers just began this spring! We chose to give you access to Chapter 3: Appropriate Use, because we wanted to give you a guide to deciding whether building with Hempcrete might be best for your project."

"Hempcrete insulation has four common uses in buildings: as wall insulation, roof insulation, sub-slab insulation, and window insulation and trim."

I want to hear all about your experience with hempcrete. What is the best situation you have found it beneficial for?! Do you have pictures of your hempcrete projects?

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Interesting that this post hasn't received any responses in 3 years.  
Anderson gave himself the promotion. So I gave myself this tiny ad:
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