Check out our Instant Download Framing Video and FREE Framing Report

Framed Cabin Awaiting Straw BalesThose of you who receive our newsletters already know about our instant download framing video and the FREE Framing Report that we are offering to people to “wet their whistle” for the details of framing a straw bale structure. The report is an excerpt from my ebook: A Modern Look at Straw Bale Construction and is full of juicy details about what it takes to frame a bale house. It’s a big report too, not just a bunch of pictures and a few notes here and there. It is 34 pages long and has 12,442 words detailing the process. I tell you about the number of words so you can see that it’s the real deal. 🙂

Funnily enough, Gabriella (my wife) mentioned to me today that I had not written anything on the blog about the framing video or the FREE report. That’s crazy! After all, this is our own website, you’d think I would tell people about the products we are creating. Sorry about that. I guess I just got used to communicating through my newsletters and forgot to put the information up here too. Anyway, here it is: information on the instant download framing video and a link to get your own FREE copy of the framing report.

The instant download framing video contains 2hrs and 53min of detailed instruction on how to frame your own straw bale structure.  In it, you will find a step-by-step teaching style that will walk you through the entire framing process from start to finish.  We have done everything in our power to provide this information in a manner that will be easy to understand to even those with no previous framing experience.  We even have a bonus section dedicated to breaking down each framing term so that you don’t get lost by the technical terms while watching the video.

I hope you’ll take a minute to check out a short preview of the video so that you can get a glimpse of what the footage looks like.

But first…let’s talk about the FREE Framing Report.

It all started with the creation of my ebook, but accelerated into this FREE report when I asked myself: what are the five most important details I would share with anyone interested in framing a straw bale structure? I have been teaching people all about these details for years at my workshops, but I realized I was missing the chance to teach even more people, those who cannot make it to a hands-on class. So, I came up with my top five and put pen to paper (or in this case cyber-pen to computer). I have had over 1900 people download the report already and the feedback has been amazing. I trust you too will enjoy the report and learn a ton in the process.

For those of you who are wondering, I want to be totally clear that this report is FREE. You can give it away to anyone you want to, if you so choose. You are under no obligation whatsoever to buy my book or my videos. I simply want you to learn how to do these five important framing details. Period. So, if you want to get the FREE report, please click here. You will be taken to a new window, so don’t forget to finish reading this page as all of the details of the upcoming Framing DVD Launch Sale are coming up right now…

The framing video is contained within our How-To Combo Pack along with our other productions on Foundations, Plastering, Post and Beam Straw Bae Construction, and Load Bearing Straw Bale Construction. You can learn more about this amazing production by clicking HERE. You get all 5 instant download video productions PLUS a set of the Mountain View Cabin construction drawings for FREE with each order. All for only $40, delivered immediately to your inbox.

2 Responses to Check out our Instant Download Framing Video and FREE Framing Report

  1. Anne Wed, June 17, 2015 at 11:29 pm #

    Hi Andrew, I live in South Africa and have been ‘following’ you for the past week and signed up for your free e-course. I’m in the process of starting a wedding venue on our farm and am SO keen to use this method of building for accommodation. Obviously being in SA, i am looking at a rondavel design (round hut). I wondered if you had any plans available. The unit should be 5.5m x 3.5. I will section off an area for a bathroom consisting of shower, toilet and basin.

    Thanks for your interesting articles!

    Anne

  2. Andrew Morrison
    Andrew Morrison Sun, July 5, 2015 at 1:06 pm #

    i Anne. I don’t have any round buildings specifically; however, I know that there are folks that do. You might check out Robert Andrews at http://www.BaleWatch.com.

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