The Earth Home system is a fully integrated building system, using local materials to meet all the needs of the occupants for comfort, water, sanitary waste, electricity, hot water, and cooking, without the need for central power, water, or sewer. The Earth Home uses the sun to heat the home, heat water, cook food, and to generate electricity. Clean rainwater is collected and stored for drinking and bathing. The kitchen and toilet waste is composted to rich organic fertilizer for the family garden. The Earth Home is a flexible building system that uses local natural resources – soil – to build homes, schools, medical clinics, and other low-rise buildings. In addition, the Earth Home system is easy to build with unskilled labor and perfect for owner builders or volunteer housing projects. As a result, the Earth Home system produces buildings that are affordable, healthy, durable, hurricane-proof, earthquake-proof, comfortable, fire-proof, termite-proof, energy efficient, self-sufficient, and environmentally sustainable.