LOGIX ICF

LOGIX ICF

A complete construction solution with built-in savings, resilience and comfort.

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BUILD ANYTHING BETTER WITH LOGIX INSULATED CONCRETE FORMS

With your choice of foam panels, types of connectors, five core widths and a wide range of smart accessory products, the possibilities to create with Logix Insulated Concrete Forms are endless. They are easy to install, deliver higher profits and put less pressure on the construction team.

INSULATED CONCRETE BLOCK QUESTIONS

ICFs are polystyrene forms that stack like blocks with steel rebar inside. Once these blocks are assembled, concrete is poured into the hollow core of the block to create walls. They are either shaped into pre-formed interlocking blocks or separate panels connected with plastic ties. These left-in-place forms not only provide continuous insulation on both sides of the wall, but also provide a backing for drywall on the inside and stucco, lap siding or brick on the outside.

Yes. An ICF home can be built at any time of the year. Unlike wood-framed construction, there is no warping when exposed to dampness from rain or snow and the technology exists to properly cure cement in any kind of weather.

An ICF home keeps heat in during the winter and cool air in during the summer. This feature, combined with radiant in-floor heating, can save money on your annual energy bills.

The initial cost of an ICF home is slightly more than a traditional framed house. However, when you consider the savings you’ll have in your energy bills, and ICF home will actually end up saving you money in the long run.

An ICF home offers a very quiet living environment. Studies have shown that compared to a typical wood-frame house, only about one-third as much sound penetrates an ICF wall. The home is a more secure structure as ICF is resistant to high winds and major storms. There is flexibility in design selection because ICF homes allow for larger windows with deep window sills; and with concrete as a flooring system allows for wider, more open spaces.

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An ICF home will accept any traditional exterior finish including brick wood and vinyl siding, stucco and stone as well as many other. The options are endless.

ICF provides the best of construction techniques with modern building technology. ICF homes surpass and standard home in energy efficiency because of the combination of natural thermal mass and an in-floor radiant heating systems. This system heats from the floor up, which makes for a healthier living environment by reducing the amount of mould and dust in the air.

It’s estimated a 3,800 square foot home saves up to 25 large trees when compared to conventional construction. Concrete is inert, non-toxic, and produced from abundant natural and recycled materials. ICF homes use 40% less energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.