Whether you live in the cooler North or warmer South, are building a large or a small home, are constructing your entire home or just your basement with Logix ICFs, with Logix you are upgrading to a high-performance family home that works better, lives better and lasts better.
At Logix, we call our basements "Logix XtraComfort Basements".
Homeowners will typically use their Logix XtraComfort Basement as a natural extension of their living space and often regard their basement as "the most comfortable part of their home". (Unlike many other homeowners who often barely tolerate their damper, cooler and less comfortable "traditional" basement spaces.)
And naturally we call our complete homes "Logix XtraComfort Homes".
Quite simply, living in a home built full-height with Logix ICFs is "a completely different living experience". For cold-climate homeowners, here's why :
HGTV personality Bryan Baeumler on Logix ICF
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What people say about building with Logix.
I can virtually guarantee that your crew, if they have done an ICF foundation, will not want to go back to traditional forming methods.Bob Deeks
RDC Fine Homes
We did an analysis of our own 5,000 sq ft Logix home. Our natural gas consumption is about $122.50/mth and this includes a hot water radiant in floor heat system powered by a boiler and all our gas appliances and fireplaces. We are amazed how efficient our home is.Blair Grier
We are very please to have built our 1665 sq ft home (plus 780 sq ft attached garage) with Logix. Over the past year our overall electricity costs for our home and attached garage were $800, and this includes heating. This translates to about $67 per month!Don Schnittjer
We live directly across from a regional health center. When the windows are closed we cannot hear the ambulance sirens or the daily traffic past our home. We recommend that anyone building a new home consider Logix.Don Schnittjer
After considering many alternative methods of building, I decided on Logix ICF construction. I loved the idea of providing a high thermal mass that would moderate and buffer temperature extremes and provide a very high R-value. I also liked having walls impervious to termites (which I had in my Georgia home), flood damage (I helped with the aftermath of many homes in the Atlanta floods), and fire (I witnessed a few homes burn down in my previous neighborhoods.John Hoffman