What is an ICF home?
One thing that makes us different is we specialize in ICF construction. We go the extra mile to build the strongest and safest homes on the market.
Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) provides numerous benefits such as:
Unlike traditional cinder block, ICF blocks are Lego-like forms that remain in place after concrete is poured into them. They combine reinforced concrete and steel for strength and durability with expanded polystyrene (EPS) insulation for energy efficiency.
ICF is one of the most energy efficient and eco-friendly ways to build for many reasons. Larger homes may cost more to heat or cool, but bigger homes mean bigger savings. A single-family household can reduce their energy consumption up to 50-60%.
Stress comes from noise pollution, and health problems come from poor indoor air quality. Both can be mitigated by using the right structural materials for building. ICF provides 3 main advantages for healthy living:
- Improved, cleaner air
- Sound reduction
- Allergy-free materials
ICF is airtight so it acts as a barrier system to limit moisture. It doesn’t rot, grow mold, and it releases little or no airborne particulates. The air tightness can also reduce outside air infiltration by up to 75%.
Comfort also has a major impact on health and well being. The synergy of high thermal mass and minimal air infiltration creates a consistent temperature throughout your home. In other words, your home will be free from hot spots and cold drafts.
We value your comfort and safety above all else, but we also believe you deserve a home that matches your lifestyle and tastes. We can accommodate these needs by building your home with ICF thanks to its aesthetic versatility.
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Arthur graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Business Administration and a major in Real Estate. He entered the construction and development industry in 1991. His companies have built multi-family duplexes, townhomes, apartments, 1000 square foot patio homes and over 10,000 square foot mansions in his home state of Georgia. He has also built many homes in South Carolina and Tennessee. Arthur has completed a few hundred residential and commercial projects from new home construction, commercial construction and multi-family homes. He has also completed multiple residential land development projects. Arthur has done development projects that include apartments, townhomes, duplexes and single-family subdivisions. Arthur has now turned his focus on the great state of Florida to put all of his years of real estate development and new home construction to use.