• November

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      2018
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    Designing Homes for Aging in Place

    Designing Homes for Aging in Place

    Senior citizens make up the fastest-growing demographic in the U.S., with a population that’s expected to double in size by 2050. And almost 90% of seniors want to stay in their homes throughout the aging process. Few, however, plan for that in advance. No one likes to think about the possibility of losing mobility and

    • November

      6

      2018
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    Your Guide to Building a Home With the Future in Mind

    Your Guide to Building a Home With the Future in Mind

    Some homeowners think about safety and security, seeking as much protection as possible from natural disasters and other unpredictable life events. Others may mention that they want to be able to stay in their homes as they age. Some might want to leave the home to future generations of family members, while others may have

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      2018
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    SMP Architecture Saves Time with ICF for Waterfront Rescue Mission

    SMP Architecture Saves Time with ICF for Waterfront Rescue Mission

    ICF gave Waterfront Rescue Mission the opportunity to build with products that offer wall strength and support attributes inherent with flat wall reinforced concrete. The project was designed and built with many of the green building programs and guidelines in mind without actually costing the owner for processing any of these certifications.

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      2018
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    Homeowner Saves Time and Energy with Choosing ICF

    Homeowner Saves Time and Energy with Choosing ICF

    The owner of this 6,000 square foot home was attracted to Fox Blocks because of its energy efficiency but was also happy with the ease of construction that save time and money.

    • November

      1

      2018
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    10 Tips for Designing a Small or Tiny ICF Home

    10 Tips for Designing a Small or Tiny ICF Home

    A small (400 to 1000 square feet) or tiny (less than 400 square feet) insulated concrete form (ICF) home is energy-efficient, durable, and healthy. A small ICF house also saves homeowners money and time. A small home generates low monthly bills, takes less time to clean and maintain, and is better for the environment than

    • October

      30

      2018
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    NRMCA Hosts Upcoming ICF Contractor Training Seminars

    NRMCA Hosts Upcoming ICF Contractor Training Seminars

    Insulated concrete forms are hollow foam blocks used to construct the exterior walls of a building, which are reinforced with rebar and then filled with concrete. Building with insulated concrete forms is lighter, faster, more resilient and often more cost effective than most other forms of building. This building material is rising in popularity for

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