Help Us Get Emergency Housing to Maui!

PanelTekADU is trying to get 100 units of our Emergency Deployment Units to Hawaii to assist in the wild fire emergency we have all heard about. Please visit the GoFundMe to help!

In the aftermath of the devastating wildfires in Lahaina, Maui, families, especially those with young children, find themselves confronting the immediate challenge of displacement. In partnership with PanelTekADU and qualified nonprofit organizations, we’re championing a swift and compassionate housing response tailored to these families.
For our family, Maui isn’t just a fleeting vacation retreat; it represents generations of connection. With dear family and friends residing on the island, Maui resonates deeply in our hearts. Every trip there isn’t just a holiday; it’s a heartfelt reunion.
Our profound connection to the island has instilled in us a commitment to give back. Over the years, we’ve actively supported local initiatives, ensuring that the community that has enveloped us in its warmth also feels our unwavering support.
As wildfires have wrought havoc on the island we love, it’s imperative we rally behind Maui. So, as you dream about the allure of Maui’s beaches and sunsets, WE URGE you to direct that affection toward making a genuine impact. This is our clarion call to unite in revitalizing the island’s spirit and splendor. Consider repurposing a portion of your vacation funds to facilitate the rejuvenation of this cherished paradise.
Our plea is heartfelt: stand with us, stand with Maui. Together, we can exemplify that Aloha is more than a mere greeting; it’s an impassioned call to collective action, unity, and healing. Your contribution, irrespective of its size, will symbolize hope for the expansive Maui community.
Prioritizing Families with Young Children
Safety & Stability: Children require consistent environments for their development. Our homes offer a haven where they can continue to grow and learn amidst the crisis.
Specialized Amenities: The units are equipped with child-friendly facilities, ensuring comfort and safety for younger residents.
Community Integration: By prioritizing families, we ensure that children remain integrated within their community, maintaining connections to friends and familiar faces.
The Homes
Quick Setup: PanelTekADU dwellings are designed for rapid deployment, ensuring that families have a roof over their heads in the shortest time possible.
Durable & Safe: Built to withstand varying conditions, these homes provide a durable shelter, ensuring safety against external elements.
Sustainable: Eco-friendly materials and design features make the homes sustainable, reducing the environmental footprint.
Functional Design: The layout prioritizes family living, with shared spaces for family interactions and private spaces for comfort and privacy.
Benefits for Homeless Families
Stepping Stone: These homes act as a bridge, providing immediate relief while families find long-term housing solutions.
Community Building: Clustered neighborhoods promote community interactions, fostering support systems among residents.
Resource Access: Proximity to essential resources such as community centers, schools, and medical facilities ensures families remain connected to vital services.
Goal: Raise funds for 100 homes, focusing on displaced families with young children.
Your Role
Your contribution will not only provide shelter but also restore hope and stability for families in distress. By prioritizing families with young children, we can ensure that the next generation grows up in a secure environment, even amidst challenges.
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Panel Tek Announces Multi Family Kits!

Announcing our first multi-family home kit – The Tin Cannery. Modeled after the American Tin Cannery in Cannery Row, this simple apartment complex is designed to allow small lot developers to affordably build a small complex. The rendering you see here is of our first project in Fair Oaks California. The 576 sf two bedroom 1 bath apartments are exterior loaded and designed to build a community. The sawtooth style roof with windows ensure that every room has incredible natural light! They can fit on a lot as small as 3,000 square feet, and can be expanded in blocks of 2 apartments to fit your site. We are also working on a larger 3 bed co-housing apartment kit with two or three story options. These kits will also be designed for a row-house project as well. Contact us today to see how your development can benefit from our kits!

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Welcome Mike Spalletta to the Panel Tek Team!

Please join me in welcoming Mike Spalletta to the Panel Tek Team – He will be helping us with inside and outside sales as well as government sales. 

Mike's Bio

A lifelong Monterey Peninsula resident, I have always been drawn, as a problem solver, to issues that seem to plague the greater community.  Graduating from Robert Louis Stevenson School in Pebble Beach and having attended UC Santa Barabara, I dove straight into various causes, all while running a branch of my father’s equipment and parts supply company, Mack Stove, and starting a distribution company, S2 Distributors, with my wife Shirley.

Buying a home in the City of Seaside, I was appointed to the Neighborhood Improvement Commission and eventually moved on to the Planning Commission (merged with BAR).  It is on the Planning Commission where I met Kurt Overmeyer.  We found shared interests in smart urban design and development, affordable housing solutions and in music!  

I am excited to be a part of Panel Tek!  I do believe by providing a cutting edge, yet affordably priced product, we can help alleviate some of the headaches and roadblocks that prevent much needed housing.