Housing for every needů

Full Circle Shelters builds Polyurts.

Starting with the strongest, most common and efficient shape in the universe we have created a new type of home. A house that is open and inviting with natural light and air circulation yet warm, cozy and comfortable as it surrounds you.

Polyurts are available in various sizes and configurations from one room cabins to super efficient appropriate sized homes using structural insulated panels. Take a look at the Kits and Plans for the small wood versions and for a plans set for the cement block version. Check the the Larger Models for the full size SIP home shell kits. We are currently working on a steel frame and roof model for a small home, this will be added soon.

Designed for strength and efficiency Polyurts are housing to fit today's housing needs. Take a minute to browse our site and let your imagination run free.


Click the link to see our new Polyurt Steel Frame Kit

Disaster Shelter-to-Transitional Shelter-to-Permanent Home


Polyurt Steel Frame Kit



Stay now in a Polyurt Cabin

Visit a small two bedroom Polyurt house in the mountains on the beautiful tropical island of Puerto Rico. Click the link for details and to book your next vacation.

Escape to Puerto Rico Vacation Cabin


Along the Pine River in SW Wisconsin are two wood Polyurt cabins for your next country getaway. Peace, quiet and solitude await you! Check them both and book your choice.

Acorn Model 180

Pine Cone Model 250

Full Circle Shelters Lodge

We are expanding!! Full Circle Shelters is building a new lodge in the mountains of southwest Puerto Rico. Its location allows vacationers the chance to explore both spectacular mountains of the tropical forest and some of the most beautiful, uncrowded beaches on the island.

We are also helping cancer survivors and their families experience a "restorative escape" by offering stays at the lodge through Renewed Hope/Esperanza Renovada.


Click this link for lodge details.

Full Circle Shelters Lodge details



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