Use Faswall® for Shops & Outbuildings

Garages, Shops, Art Studios, Garden Sheds, Poolhouses, & More

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Faswall® is an excellent option for commercial buildings of all sizes, types, and heights.

  • It’s simpler to build with than other building methods.
  • It’s unrivaled thermal properties make it easier and cheaper to maintain comfortable temperatures in your commercial building.
  • Faswall's breathability and humidity control will require less air conditioning, dehumidifiers, and will keep your work or storage space less damaging to contents.
  • It is impact-resistant, insusceptible to rot or insects, and does not degrade, which reduces your long-term maintenance costs.

Faswall® is an ideal do-it-yourself building material for building your garage, shop, art studio, yoga/meditation space, poolhouse, garden shed, and more.

We’re here to help you through the process. You canbuild your own outbuilding using our step-by-step instructions. If you can build with Legos® you can build with Faswall® Wall forms!

Faswall for Sturdy, DIY Comfortable Buildings

  • Easy to Stack:Faswall® wall forms have a tongue-and-groove fitting on each end, which makes stacking easy. No mortar is needed between the joints. In-fill the cells with cement when stacking is done.
  • Light-Weight:Blocks are a manageable 28 pounds each.
  • Easy to Finish:Stucco directly onto the block or apply clapboard, shingles, cement-fiber siding, or you name it!

In many states you do not need a building permit for structures under 200 square feet. We will guide you through the process of building with Faswall® so it is done correctly and safely.

You’d be surprised at the various types of homes and commercial buildings that can be built with Faswall. Check out some of the recent projects..
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Gene and his wife built their dream shop and studio with Faswall.

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Typical process for outbuilding construction:

  1. Go to planning and zoning and see what restrictions you have to deal with as far as how large you can go, where on the property it will sit. See what you are allowed to do first.
  2. Make a drawing of your ENTIRE property with measurements from lot lines to existing buildings and proposed building. Include the dimensions in-between the existing building and new building.
  3. Submit the drawing to your code/zoning department to make certain that it meets requirements for a building permit.
  4. You will need separate permitting for running electrical and plumbing.
  5. Check for footing requirements if indeed you do need to obtain a building permit. Make sure the placement of all plumbing and electrical lines are where they need to be prior to pouring cement.

“We did a lot of research on various green building systems but settled on Faswall. Not only did it seem like the “greenest” technology, but the ease of building compared to other systems seemed like a good choice for an owner/builder. What we didn’t expect, but were totally delighted with, was how knowledgable and helpful the people at Faswall were. We couldn’t have done it without you!”

-Ted and Donna Havecheck