Why build a dome?

A well-built dome is a safe, energy efficient and inexpensive home to build and maintain.

Going green?

Building an environmentally friendly dome is your next step.

Peace of mind in storms:

"Storm shelter" series domes are rated for 250 mph winds

What Can We Do for You?


ESR 3419 issued March 6 2016 after a 5 year review is your assurance that our domes have been scrutinized for structural integrity, engineering, and quality by the most exacting peer review process  in the construction industry. The International Code Council are the people who make the building code laws.

NO other dome company has these ICC credentials

Our residential 40′ diameter domes are duty rated for 250 mph winds! Why depend on public shelters during our increasingly violent weather when you are safe  in your  NEW AGE dome? As most people say who tour our domes This just makes sense!

Financial news….More national banks are now accepting New Age domes for financing, though you may have noticed there is a prejudice in place against domes with most long term lenders. They can’t tell the difference between owner built and professionally built domes.Some that do, include Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Texas Gulf federal credit union,  Compass Bbva.  If your local banker seems reluctant…. there are other bankers. Lack of comps is NOT a viable excuse to not loan on a dome  if they adhere to Fannie Mae guidelines.

As you preview our site you’ll see NEW AGE domes aren’t “hippy houses”, nor do they look like a 6th grade science project.  They are a modern crossover between traditional housing and a more efficient shape to build. But facts ARE facts….So if our approach seems little too “wordy”….well, we’re old to the dome world and new to the computer world. We’ll work on it.

What you WON”T see are a bunch of Bucky quotes or “bells and whistles”. Although I Do kinda like our background music.


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