Since 1972, the Fuller Street Robot Retirement Home has provided shelter and hope to geriatric robots from around the world who have reached (or are about to reach), their Denigrated Optimal Functional Capacity (DOFC).

With over eight and half a million robots in service today, the field of robotics expects more than 800,000 of those to be replaced and removed from operation in each of the next 10 years. As the only full-continuum, comprehensive robotic facility, the Fuller Street Robot Retirement expects unprecedented growth in the next decade, with most, if not all, of these retiring or decommissioned robots expected at its facility. See chart.
The locale is a cozy, inviting, non-corrosive environment located in the rolling hills of Northeast Georgia-- with ample space for relaxation, happiness and friendship. Pecan and fig trees line the creek which winds through the expansive half-acre estate. World-class nursing along with sports, recreation, relaxation, and a community garden are a the perfect mix for harvesting happiness!