How to Build a FREE Home

Rated 4.86 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)


Yes, that’s right, Free! This is the actual step by step design and blueprints of Dan Martin’s handmade, Self-Sufficient Mountain Cabin, built 100% from FREE materials, that’s been up and running for almost 10 years now.



We did it, now you do it! The 170 page book will show you How to Build your own house for Free, by utilizing Free product money back garunteerecycled/reclaimed building materials. Be mortgage / debt Free & Own a green, environmentally friendly home today!

Simple and basic, no specialty knowledge/experience needed. Typical items used making access available to everyone.

  • Cheap AND easy
  • Is applicable in any region, any temperature and adapted to any size required
  • Beginner to Experienced level format (process made simple)
  • Tested, and now patented process
  • Set up time is typically 2 days.
  • 100% money back guarantee if not satisfied
  • Free unlimited support

Dan Martin’s has written his guides so that everyone, everywhere, of all ages and genders can easily carry-out each set of step by step instructions at the lowest cost (often with free materials) possible. They’re packed with easy to read directions, clear step specific photos and great diagrams/drawings.

No more excuses, sit down this weekend and do it!

To save on paper and further help the environment, all books are now digitally delivered

7 reviews for How to Build a FREE Home

  1. Rated 4 out of 5


    Interesting book. Outstanding and eye-opening step-by-step instructions. Appreciate the valuable information.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Peter Lancaster

    This is a book chock full of ideas which we never thought of when we debated how to build a home we could afford in these tough, economic times. Thanks for an excellent guide that steered us through the maze of builders vying for our business. You helped us realize our dream home could be built without spending an arm and a leg.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Shawn Belton

    Until I read your book, I thought in the same conventional ways as everyone else. I had no idea there were so many choices using cheaper and more effective building materials that would help keep the costs down, be environmentally friendly, and still be save and conserve energy. Thanks for a very helpful manual.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    You’re living my dream – thanks for sharing great info & help think out of box”

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    Al Gore’s book, “An Inconvenient Truth,” woke up people to global warming in 2007. But us aging hippies tried to warn society in the 60’s and 70’s that we had to change, that our habits of cutting down trees to clear land for real estate developers were going to kill us. Now fifty years later, our children are teaching us how to recycle and “go green.” Thank you, Dan Martin, for bringing people back again to the importance of saving our planet. Hopefully, more people will take your information to heart and start living with nature instead of against it so we and our world can survive.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lisa Gieser

    Than you can see you have put a lot of effort into the building, will be useful.” I will be purchasing more of your books.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Luv Mum

    Having been intrigued and engaged from other material I’ve read by this same author, I decided to read this “How-To” guide. The concept of building a house by myself is not only extremely intimidating but figuring out how to do it for less than $10K seems even more impossible. At least I felt that way until I read this ebook.
    It`s written like a crash course in construction. The simple step-by-step instructions are remarkably logical and easy to follow and the pictures reinforce how each step is accomplished and what it should look like. This guide thoroughly goes through the process of building one specific type of home: a 50×50 Octagon Home made from 100% recycled, reclaimed or salvaged material. The one drawback was that the guide did not incorporate pre-plumbing. But regardless, with a little common sense and the ability to read and follow the directions I am certain I could build a home myself.

    I was also amazed to read about all the different types of building options based on a particular climate or region and the breakdown of skill and technical levels needed to build each type of project. The guide is packed with tips and suggestions from things like how to pick the right spot and direction for your home, how to prevent concrete from cracking, how to make light fixtures from tin cans, or how to break down a pallet, and that is just scratching the surface. There is also solid advice on where and how to acquire free resources.

    Anyone interested in truly “Living Off The Grid” must read this. It’s short, simple, practical and easily implemented.

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