Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF)
SmartBlock Insulated Concrete Forms (now available at Home Depot) use recycled materials and are a green-building product which helps to gain Energy Star ratings and LEEDs points.
Insulated Concrete Forms for Amazing Buildings
Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs) for Amazing Buildings: Cozy, peaceful, safe & durable at LOWER total cost of ownership than traditional construction methods
Insulated Concrete Forms ICF Photo Gallery
Insulated Concrete Forms ICFs for Amazing Buildings: Photo Gallery of durable, resilient and sustainable homes and other buildings
Building With Insulated Concrete Forms
We love things that can serve more than one purpose, and one building material—nsulated concrete forms—do just that. Insulated concrete forms are rigid foam forms that hold concrete in place during curing and remain in place to insulate the concrete walls. The lego-like foam blocks are a simple construction material that provides an energy-efficient, durable building.The DifferenceTraditional foundation walls are made by pouring concrete in temporary forms.
Building a Better More Sustainable World
Save time and money with our complete construction solution. Discover how to build better using Logix Insulated Concrete Forms & Concrete Wall forms in your ICF Home Construction. Learn more now.
Insulated Concrete Forms ICF Construction Detail Photos
Insulated Concrete Forms ICFs for Amazing Buildings: Photo of construction details for durable, resilient and sustainable homes and other buildings
Structural Insulated Panels for Timber Frame Homes - SIPS
Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) are the choice that work best to create the most energy efficient envelope with timber framing. At Heavy Timber Truss and Frame, it starts with choosing the best components. At Heavy Timber Truss and Frame, we have worked with a variety of insulation's and firms.
SolTech's Beautiful Glass Roof Tiles Heat Your Home With Solar Energy
SolTech Energy has developed unique home heating system contained within roofing tiles made out of ordinary transparent glass.
The British-designed flatpack HOUSE that clicks together without the need for nails or concrete (beat that Ikea!)
Architects have created a flat-pack 1,250-square-foot two-bedroom home in Denmark that can be slotted together - similar to a 3D puzzle.
Sustainable Materials That Could Transform Construction - This Big City
Sustainable material options are available for building developers, with innovation happening from the foundations up to the roof.