The big problem in the world, today, is that our world is in trouble from the basics. The strength of America is declining due to the deterioration of the basic needs of the family. 1 – Shelter, 2 – Food, and 3 – Love of family.
Inventor Peter Sing insists that shelter is the most important because without a safe and dignified place to live, the familial love has no place to grow. This homelessness or housing crisis is a growing problem in America which does not only affect the financially disadvantaged but the gainfully employed in population-dense metropolitan areas where living space is hard to come by.
It is a basic human need to have access to food, good food and nutrition is an expense that the family must be able to fulfill. In most cases, that causes the need for extra financial support, so parents work two or three jobs to support the family. With all that extra work away from home, there is less time and resourced for the third basic need,
LOVE OF FAMILY
Mr. Sing sees the declining love of family to be one of the biggest concerns for our society and fears that this will greatly affect the lives of Americans and those of our worldwide neighbors. How that will impact the future of America and the world has yet to be seen, but this is something that cannot go on ignored or neglected.
WHERE CAN WE LIVE?
Homelessness is on the rise, and we’re not just talking about financially disadvantaged. Even people with good jobs in metropolitan areas often cannot find adequate housing due to lack of space, and the less space there is in the community, the more expensive it is to live and work there.
There is a Chinese saying that home is first.
You cannot manage a country if you cannot manage your home.
Inventor Peter Sing believes that we must
1. Manage our homes first
2. Then manage the country
3. And make the world a better place to live
So, Mr. Sing is backing up his desire to help make the world a better place by offering up his Sing Core building material invention, which is mostly reserved for projects conducted by billionaires, to be included in efforts to address the housing crisis in the United States.
New ADU Policies are Paving the Way
ADU stands for Accessory Dwelling Unit. These are additional living areas designated for use on a preexisting lot. Many cities, counties, and states are loosening the reigns for these alternative living spaces which is helping to ease the current housing crisis.
So, now, a homeowner could add a tiny house or some variation of a tiny home in the back yard and offer the space for rent. This helps the homeowner with their mortgage and makes housing available for someone who desperately needs it.
Mr. Sing explains,
“To rent a one-bedroom apartment downtown is $3,000-a-month or a studio is $2,500. What hard-working family provider can afford to pay so much for rent and still support and adequately have a loving environment for family? But you could afford to rent an ADU in a good neighborhood and save half or more in living expenses.”
In Sing’s scenario, everyone wins.
Homeowner Gets $
The homeowner receives regular revenue to help with the mortgage or raising his or her own family.
Renter Saves $
The ADU renter gets a place to call home that is safe, secure, and near work.
More Time for Family
This relieves enough pressure to allow both the homeowner and the renter to enjoy more time with family, and the renter need not worry about a 2-hour commute to and from work.
Having a good place to live and maximizing your living expenditures does not necessarily mean that the family will be prepared to move right into a more healthful loving relationship, but it does provide the sacred space necessary to allow such growth to take place.
A Radical Concept
Leading edge inventor of Sing Core, a lightweight high strength fully insulated building material normally reserved for use by projects spearheaded by billionaires, is priced well beyond being useful in housing solutions working class alternative housing. That is, until Sing’s latest offering.
This new approach to building flexible and expandable ADUs is getting Sing excited about making his revolutionary patented and patent-pending building materials available to the masses to address this current need in America.
Start with the Heart
Just as Sing believes that the heart of the family is the place to start in the healing of America, so it is with his radical new approach to expandable housing which is already sprinkling across the backyards of homes all over the world. In this case, the heart is the kitchen/bathroom.
Sing is proposing that the kitchen/bathroom unit is the central unit or box around which the remainder of the structure is to be built.
Add Loving Space
Around the heart (kitchen/bathroom) add as many of Sing’s boxes as you need to provide the loving space that is required by the family being provided for. Individual boxes can be added one-at-a-time as needed, or entire units can be pre-built and shipped as one set of nested boxes that telescope out side-to-side, or periscope up three or four stories.
More Space per SF
This helps deflect the issues of sprawling for space, as square footage need not be limited to the ADU structure’s footprint for Sing’s patented building material is so much lighter and stronger than any other stick-built structure that it cannot only be expanded outward but upward, many stories, without fear of buckling under the pressure.
Need more space? Add another story.
Now, you can have enough living space to accommodate a family who has the propensity to use the extra time and space to establish an interconnected loving family unit.
Rolls Royce of ADU
Sing’s product is perfect for the backyards found in upscale communities not only because it is stronger than steel and built to last, but it is the very same material used almost exclusively by billionaires. And it is only due to this unparalleled strength to weight ratio that Sing’s structures can be built quickly and can sustain many stories in height. “You cannot build a castle on the sand.” Sing Core is the strong foundation for you to build your castle.
Greater Earning Potential
It takes an out-of-the-box thinker, like Peter Sing, to take this radical new approach even another level deeper. He is opening up the opportunity for others to participate in his project as well and allowing others with the appropriate skills to crowd manufacture these revolutionary ADUs.
Check out this custom tiny house made entirely of Sing Core panels!
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Many opportunities are available for builders. Not just homebuilders, but anyone with the adequate space, tools, resources, and skills necessary to build these Sing ADUs. Sing can deliver the base materials to your location, where any skilled partner can assemble and finish the units.
Open to the Right People
This opportunity is not for everyone, only those who have the space, tools, knowledge, and skill necessary to follow through in the most competent manner. It could be a retired husband and wife, a family, or some other type of team working together for the greater good.
Sing wants to not only put his patented building materials in the hands of the people but also allow them to enjoy the financial rewards and pride of workmanship that craftspeople have when they know they have helped to create a beautiful product that help provide a beautiful home for a beautiful family and a better tomorrow for everyone.
All it Takes is an Email
That’s it. If you like this project, then like and share it around the world. And if you are compelled to contribute to this new Sing Core projects, then you can opt-in by sending an email directly to the inventor, Peter Sing at email@example.com to see what part you can play in the new future of American families for a better world for us all to live in.
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