A GREEN TECHNOLOGY DISRUPTING

THE $7.2 TRILLION GLOBAL MARKET

Stronger, Greener, Lower Cost…

“Tomorrows Building Material Is Here
Today!”

Problem/Opportunity
 People around the world have been building houses
using the SAME OLD METHODS for hundreds of years.

 Wood, Concrete, Brick, and Steel have risen in price yet
they all have major limitations. These materials either
burn, mold, blow down, rot, crumble in earthquakes,
aren’t very green… and can be very expensive.

 Most builders are looking for ways to cut costs and
increase their margins…while many consumers want high
quality, green buildings.


Problem/Opportunity Continued
 Titan--Green Building Technology
 Titan walls can resist hurricane 5 force winds and F4
tornadoes. We believe that Titan is stronger, greener,
and healthier than all other building materials. In
addition, we feel the Titan system is virtually mold
proof, fire proof, cheaper, more energy efficient, and
offers builders higher margins. Imagine building a
home for less but selling it for 8% to 10% more
money (studies have shown that green homes
typically sell for 8% to 10% more money)
*Independent Lab Tested

Titan Solution
 Titan may cost as little as $2 per square foot,
many estimate that wood costs between $7 and
$8 per square foot; while concrete block walls
can run $10 to $14 or more per square foot.
 Titan has signed an LOI to build several homes
with one of the top zero energy builders in the
country (Houze; they can be found at
thezeroenergyhome.com).





Market Opportunity
 The market is one of the largest in the world;
with the U.S. construction market at $869 billion
annually and the global market is $7.2 trillion.

Social Proof


Social Proof Continued


Traction
 Titan won the largest invention show in the U.S.
“INPEX”, Independent Testing, LOI’s, it took over
one million dollars to create this new composite /
bricks. It’s patent pending and Titan buildings
have the ability to be LEED and Energy Star
certified.

Competitive Landscape
 Existing building material companies are already in
the space. I.e.. Wood, brick, concrete,
steel….however, they are more expensive and have
limitations (discussed earlier)
 Other green material companies are already in the
space, however, their cost is typically much HIGHER
than the incumbent materials and we feel the chart
on the next slide demonstrates that they are also a
lower quality material.
Wood Concrete
brick
Steel Rammed
Earth
Adobe Fired
brick
SIPS Titan
brick
Fire resistant        
Water resistant        
Insect resistant        
Mold & Mildew resistant        
High insulation value     
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Storm resistant        
Long lasting    
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Min skilled labor needed        
Little maintenance needed        
Cost less than wood        
Eco manufacturing process        
Green product        
Easily installed        
Sound resistant      
/

Paint bond      
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Easily tooled        
Cosmetically appealing  
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Titan Brick vs. Other Materials Comparison Chart
Distribution and Sales
Management expects to receive orders from the
following entities:
major construction companies
 big box material supply retailers
 distributors
 dealers
 general contractors
 green energy remodeling contractors
major interest from all international markets
exceptional interest from middle east due to lack of
wood

5 Year Financial Projections
Proforma Profit and Loss (Yearly)
Year 1 2 3 4 5
Sales $15,075,000 $158,287,500 $345,066,750 $710,837,505 $1,066,256,258
Net Profit $4,410,241 $53,143,081 $117,176,480 $243,107,639 $365,548,757
Profit Margin 29.26% 33.57% 33.96% 34.20% 34.28%
5 Year Financial Projections
$0
$200,000,000
$400,000,000
$600,000,000
$800,000,000
$1,000,000,000
$1,200,000,000
1 2 3 4 5
Year
Sales, Operating Costs, and Profit Forecast
Sales
Total Operating Costs
Net Prof it
Current Round Raise Amount
$4.4 Million Round

Use of Funds
 Purchase equipment to scale up the current
production facility.
 Pay for additional Certification fees.
 Working capital.
 Marketing.

Management Team

Thimothy Burroughs,
Director of Business
Devlopment- USA

Michael Knagenhelm,
Director of Business
Development- Europe

Xavier Hill,
Director of Business
Development- Australia

Veronica Burroughs,
General Counsel
 Corey Park,
CEO & Chairman.

 Bob van Leyen,
CFO.

 Lanny Park,
VP of Training and
Implementation

 Don Blalock,
Chief Technical Advisor
Summary
 Builders could potentially make
64% more on each build job
after our 200% markup or
possibly 34% more after our
300% markup!
 Energy savings of up to 60%
from a high thermal mass
insulation.
 Titan brick system is only
about $1.98 for a sq. ft. of wall.
Other building materials
average $6-15 for a sq.ft.

 Can resist category 5
hurricane wind pressures.
Virtually no mold or mildew. Is
fireproof to 1,800 degrees. No
insect damage and sound
resistant
 In 2010, the top 10 green
builders had a total of 19.852
billion in revenue. In 2012, the
same ten companies did over
44.