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Why a Dome home? A very good question. It began when we learned of the energy efficiency of a Dome. With each new dome we realized the interior design can become anything. The cost is reasonable compared to a traditional home. The cost of a traditional home here is around $75.00 to $125.00 a sq. ft. Visit our floor plan page to get a better idea of the cost. They are safe and tornado resistant.

Cost time's square foot = Sales Price.
Example: $75.00 x 1000 sq ft. = $75,000 Unfinished Shell.

A unfinished shell is a home with the outside of the home done.The plumbing and electric is ready.The Internal of the dome is not ready to move in.
It helps you save money by you doing some of the work if you can, such as the Kitchen cabinets, Frame work, and plumbing, a upstairs can be added at that time.


Above is a 35 ft. Dome having 961 sq. ft. of living area with a small loft. And 200 sq. ft. of garage area.

Below is a 32 ft. Dome with 804 sq. ft. living area.


This is a 25 ft. Dome having 491 sq. ft. of living area.


The Dome below is a 36 ft. dome that has 1,018 sq. ft. of living area and could have a small upstairs at around 300 sq. ft.



Click on the photo below to see the home built from this floor plan.


This Dome below is a 50 ft. having 1,963 sq. ft. of living area and a second floor that has 893 sq. ft. of living space or a large loft.


Sample Floor plans. However we can design it any way that you may need it.

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Thanks to Monolithic Dome Institute (MDI)