Innovation For the Educated Homeowner

Maintains the desired indoor temperature and increases structural strength, reducing your energy bills
Impact resistant glass up to category five hurricanes, eliminating the fuss of hurricane shutters
(optional)
Removes 30% more moisture from the air than conventional systems
Double-insulated, steel-reinforced concrete walls provide category five hurricane protection
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Love Where You Live

South Gulf Cove is a relaxed, but upscale, waterfront community in Port Charlotte, Florida offering some of the best boating, kayaking, and fishing in the area.

150

Golf Courses 

16

Beaches

11

State Parks

4

National Wildlife Refuges 

What is ICF?

No, ICF forms are made of Type II EPS which is a closed cell foam and does not act like a sponge or absorb water.

Type II EPS has a flame retardant that allows the forms to be flame resistant. The EPS will melt when exposed to sustained temperatures over 300° F. The ignition point of the melted styrene is 600°F (wood is approximately 500°F). Our ICF forms have been tested to meet the building code requirements for flame spread and smoke development. Plus, they are often used as fire resistant rated wall assemblies in schools and hospitals.
The exterior walls are two layers of continuous insulation, the density of solid concrete and a layer of 1⁄2″ gypsum board on the inside all contribute to superior sound suppression of STC 50 for the whole building envelope.
ICF is compatible with all exterior finish materials and systems – siding, stucco, masonry veneer, simulated stone, etc. The attachment of certain exterior finishing systems is recommended with exterior grade screws fastened into the exposed or concealed webs.

Rose Mary M

Partner

Arthur M

Developer

Ezekiel R

CFO

Mike S

Superintendent

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Marketing

Christine D

Home Design Manager