The Nano Rescue

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The Nano Living System today releases new plans and pictures of The Nano Rescue, a house that will go into construction immediately. The Nano Rescue contains many of The beloved Nano Living System’s technologies. Such as the lift bed, panels, recyclable materials and water collection systems—all combined to make the cheapest,fastest and most reliable rescue house. The Nano Rescue is similar, yet has been completely redesigned to fit the exact needs of people in immediate need of rescue homes.

Although a person can live up to three years inside of the Nano Rescue with complete comfort, The Nano Rescue can be transformed into a permanent residency as soon as the area of the disaster is ready for construction. Also, there will be no waste because all of the material can be re-used to build the permenant house. All The Nano Rescue’s are turn-key, meaning they are fully equipped and ready to move in to.

There is already an overwhelming need of housing, just recently 1.8 million people where left without homes in Pakistan and on Saturday a storm hit Bangladesh, India that left half a million people without homes. The Nano team is stepping up to its promisse to provide homes and can now provide rescue houses starting at just 7,000 pounds.
Both the Nano House and The Nano Rescue will be showcased in Wales, United Kingdom. This event will be open to the public, yet registration will be requried.

Furthermore we are holding a fundraiser to give homes for as part of our “give a home,” program please email [email protected] with the subject “give a home,” if you are interested in participating in our fundraiser.

More information about the exact date and event time will be released on a later date on

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