There is a global shortage of housing. The United States alone needs an estimated 5.24 million housing units, and that number has been growing.
The construction industry relies upon outdated methods and materials, delivered by a labor force in increasingly short supply. Traditional solutions have been unsustainable.
Dewanai is fundamentally changing the construction industry by leveraging 3D printing technology using recycled polymers to prefabricate modern backyard studios, ADUs and homes faster and more affordably than ever before.
Dewanai homes will be printed in 70% less time, and will be 30% less expensive than traditional building methods—automating and accelerating production to meet urgent housing demands
Fabrication will take place in the Dewanai factory, improving precision & quality. This controlled environment will allow Dewanai to deliver projects faster than have been currently possible.
The 3D manufacturing process and the additive material that are used will meet California and International Residential Codes.
The primary component of our print material is recycled PETG, a polymer predominantly used for food and drink containers.
The print material produces several desirable properties such as insulation, printability, compressive & tensile strength, stiffness & impact resistance creating a durable and reliable structure.
The unique structural & print design creates a complete structure that is monolithically printed – further enhancing the ultimate strength of the composition. Additionally, the geometric designs of the floor, walls, and roof have been optimized & tailored to simplify all subsequent finishings.
Since 2019, we have invested over $1,000,000 into engineering and research to design a process for 3D printing homes using recycled materials. While designing the new method, we completed over 40 houses, ADUs, and backyard studios—increasing revenue by 195% from 2019 to 2020, and by 260% from 2020 to 2021. Since launching our website in early January 2022, we have received paid customer deposits for units valued at over $3,000,000.
We start with backyard studios, as their 120 sq ft size means that planning permission is generally not required. Avoiding potential bureaucratic red tape delays will allow us to produce & install at a fast pace.
As the first 3D printed structure printed from recycled materials, we’ve made (and continue to make) more than our fair share of headlines, appearing in over 100 publications in four languages. All publicity has been organic—no PR agency or paid placements.
Dewanai is a B2C & B2B2C business. We are selling Backyard Studios and ADUs directly to homeowners and investors & through marketplaces; while we sell homes to home builders & developers.
Our gross margins will be 30%. We will collect a small pre-order deposit, 50% of the purchase price upon receiving the order and the balance before the units are shipped.
Property owners will generally pay in cash or arrange their own funding; however, Dewanai also offers a finance program through a financial partner.
None of our competitors have capitalized on the true benefit of 3D Printing: its efficiency and mass production.
Our design & process prints the floor, walls & roof in one layer. This means that the complete self-supporting shell for a studio unit is ready for the next stage of assembly in 12hrs from start to finish.
Dewanai Printed Homes is disrupting the construction industry by changing the way homes are built. We have a vision where construction projects are built quickly and more affordably while also repurposing existing building materials and cutting emissions instead of having to utilize new resources.
We are ready to take on partners to bring this idea to the next level: a starter production facility that can generate over $7 million* in revenue for the company in 2022, and approximately $20 million* in the following year, when the plant is fully operational. In the future years, we will open similar factories in other states growing Dewanai to become one of the major prefab manufacturers.
Dewanai is still in an early phase and we are just beginning to implement our business plan. There can be no assurance that we will ever operate profitably. The likelihood of our success should be considered in light of the problems, expenses, difficulties, complications and delays usually encountered by early stage companies. Dewanai may not be successful in attaining the objectives necessary for it to overcome these risks and uncertainties.
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