"Two flatbed trucks carry all the zeroHouse components to the site, and it can be erected in less than a day."
Meade says: "We buy some inexpensive acreage out in the country where it's beautiful, have this thing put up, and if they install a windfarm nearby, we sell the land, have the house moved somewhere else. It's off the grid."
Costs $350,000 for 650 square feet of "usable interior area" (including all the built-in furniture.) I think it looks like it would take off in high winds, but they say: "The tubular steel frame of zeroHouse can withstand winds of up to 140 mph." Up to... the lawyer in me says that's ambiguous.