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 Building Science - Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF's) (3 Links)
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  • Greenblock's high-performance Insulated Concrete Forms   
    Greenblock originated in Europe over 30 years ago and then moved to the United States and Canada in the late 1980’s. With several integral modifications from the time of its inception, today’s Greenblock continues to be the superior choice for high efficiency wall systems, noted for outstanding design and ease of use.
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  • Quad-Lock Concrete Building Solutions   
    With Quad-Lock you can now build walls up to a true R-Value of 40, so we are the champion of North America in R-Value! The Quad-Lock Building System can save as much as 80% on heating & cooling costs - savings every month! The thermal mass of the concrete combined with the EPS insulation keeps you warm when it's cold outside and keeps you cool when it's hot outside. This means more comfort in your home and more money in your pocket!


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  • SmartBlock Forms   
    SmartBlock is a lightweight and insulated stay-in-place concrete form, made from expanded polystyrene (or foamed polystyrene), which is a common plastic. Expanded polystyrene is widely used in the building industry as insulating material and is noted for its safe properties for installers and consumers and the durability of its high insulating quality. SmartBlock replaces conventional concrete formwork or masonry block in residential and light commercial applications. SmartBlock forms are left in place after concrete is poured and provide superior insulation relative to conventional wood, concrete and masonry walls.


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