Labor shortages persist across the US and Canada and the skilled labor needed to construct conventionally-built high-performance homes is becoming particularly hard
In this article we examine the convergence of these two significant construction phenomena – Net-Zero Ready buildings and disaster resilience, and the
A properly flashed ICF window opening prevents the ingress of rainwater. However, there have been some concerns in the past that a
Building with ICF will be further simplified once NBCC 2020 takes effect. Builders now will have a defined standard for many of the basics, like materiality, exterior and interior attachments, and lateral supports.
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.
Are you thinking about building your foundation with ICF? If so, you must be weighing all the pros of cons of using the system instead of traditional in-situ concrete. We’ve made the job easy for you by discussing the typical advantages and disadvantages of a system like Logix ICF in this post.
An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) is a secondary suite built on the same lot as the primary home that gives owners a chance to generate rental income and boost property value.
Discover the economics of constructing a secondary basement suite, reveal a few design tips, and discuss the optimal construction materials.
Logix ICF is proud to join Habitat For Humanity on its mission to provide affordable yet resilient shelter to American families.
With lumber prices so high, there’s never been a better time to build with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs). In this article, learn here how to get started with Logix ICF and get introduced to two exciting brand new resources for builders and homeowners.