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.
Lumber prices are increasing. See the many reasons why these 2 award-winning builders chose Logix ICF for their builds. And learn how to reduce your costs by switching to Insulated Concrete Forms.
Build your home with high-performance insulated concrete forms and avoid the risk and uncertainty of price fluctuations. Learn more to see how a durable, energy-efficient ICF home is more affordable than ever.
Discover the economics of constructing a secondary basement suite, reveal a few design tips, and discuss the optimal construction materials.
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.
Foundation Options for a Wood-Framed Garage Attached to an ICF Home. Can Logix XP-1 Give You the Best of Both Worlds?
with an attached wood-framed garage? If so, you may be wondering whether to design the garage with a conventional or ICF foundation.
Building a comfortable, energy-efficient new living space is easier than you think! Logix ICF is a fast, healthy, efficient, and surprisingly inexpensive way to build an addition. Read on to find out more!
Are you thinking about using Logix half-height blocks or height adjusters? This post will show you a better way of getting your
For many a Net-Zero-Ready (NZR) home summons the mental image of a high-tech, half-dugout bunker with solar arrays merging into a green-roof