ICF homes are built with insulated concrete forms. ICF construction can be used in both the residential and commercial building industry. Home construction using insulated concrete forms is growing an estimated 20% a year and are considered a green building material. Read about it more in our blog!
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The American home building industry has used this system for decades. As a result, new-home construction has become standardized around this time-tested method of stick-built framing.
Workers build the first-floor platform on the foundation. This is followed by framing the first-story walls, adding the second floor platform, then building the second story walls, and ultimately adding the roof framing. Once the structure of the home has been framed, the so-called mechanicals – including pipes, wires, and ducts – are routed through the walls and floors. Then the interior walls are typically covered with drywall. The exterior of the home is covered with a weather-resistant cladding such as stucco, siding, or brick veneer. After all of this is complete, you are ready to move into your new home!