3D Printed ADU’s with Mighty Buildings
November 19, 2019
With the recent passage of statewide laws making it easier to permit and build accessory dwelling units in your backyard, there has been a surge of new companies cropping up offering creative ways to quickly and affordably do just that.
A couple weeks later, we met with another ADU company, Rent the Backyard, who will not only handle permitting and construction, but will finance the unit and rent it out for you in exchange for an ownership share in the unit and 50% of the rental profits.
Most recently, we were joined by the team at Mighty Buildings, who bring their own very interesting business model to the burgeoning ADU indsutry. Like the other companies we’ve heard from, Mighty Buildings will handle the standard permitting documentation and fees involved with legally installing an ADU in your backyard. Unlike these other companies, Mighty Buildings has incorporated 3D printing into their construction process! Currently their units are being constructed with roughly 30% 3D printed materials, but they plan to go full 3D printing in the coming years, as the technology develops and building codes permit. The 3D printed material has been rigorously tested for safety, and is 100% CA building code compliant. The units themselves have a modern look and feel – they come fully furnished and are offered in a few different sizes/arrangements.
Mighty Buildings is currently operating in “stealth mode”, so there isn’t an abundance of information available about them online, but they are actively building units for customers who have registered with their Beta program. Several units have already been built and installed locally. If you are interested in their product, we would be happy to connect you with one of the very helpful and knowledgeable Mighty Buildings Team members who we met with at out Realtor Networking Meeting. Feel free to give us a call: (650) 363-2808.
Thank you Joe, Nataly & Zayn for taking the time to speak with our group about Mighty Buildings! We look forward to seeing where this takes you, and the future of ADU construction.