If you follow the right steps, use the best tools, and build with a wiring-friendly ICF system (spoiler alert – it’s Logix ICF!), cutting [...]
The Pacific Northwest is a challenging construction market. The local building standards are as arduous as the buyers’ demands thanks to the region’s vulnerability [...]
Parging is a popular strategy for protecting an ICF home’s exposed perimeter at grade — right where the waterproofing ends and the exterior veneer begins.Yet [...]
Do you need to build ICF T-walls on site and not have the preformed Logix ICF T-wall blocks on site?Worry not — all you need [...]
R1 and R2 are the two classes of concrete typically used in ICF walls in Canada. But there’s more to it if you want to [...]
If Engineering for ICF Walls is Offered in Building Codes, Why Does Logix ICF Offer its Own Prescriptive Engineering Packages?
Logix ICF’s prescriptive engineer tables simply offer superior clarity and more in-depth coverage for the design of Logix ICF walls. It is easier and [...]
ARE YOU BUILDING WITH ICFS AND HAVE A CONCRETE POUR SCHEDULED FOR A CHILLY DAY? DON’T DESPAIR! Since your walls are already insulated on both [...]
This Logix ICF infinity pool was recently built high up in Utah’s Rocky Mountains ranges. Here, you’ll learn how the project team dealt with numerous challenges — from freezing temperatures and high altitudes, to a lack of bedrock on which to base the foundation.
Read this full post to help make an informed decision about the pros and cons of both insulated concrete forms and conventionally poured concrete foundations.
If you built an impressive project this year, we want to see it! With 4 categories to enter into, these awards showcase the very best of Logix ICF construction from installers (like yourself) across North America.