May 05, 2022
ICF (Insulated Concrete Forms) homes continue to rise in popularity every year due to their many advantages. If you take a look at our Sater Design Collection ICF house plans, you’ll notice that these homes come in many sizes and gorgeous styles. So what’s the difference between ICF homes and other houses? Continue on to learn about ICF homes. We’ll answer the questions, “What are they, and how do they work?”
Professional builders and contractors build ICF homes from concrete. ICF is a type of building method in which professionals fit large premade foam blocks (forms) into place to create structures. These forms, once set in place, are then filled with poured concrete. ICF concrete houses are not only stronger and more energy efficient, but they also come with a multitude of benefits for homeowners.
Professionals fit the Insulated Concrete Forms together like pieces of a puzzle using rebar to attach them in specific areas. After they secure the forms and put everything in the correct place, they fill these forms with concrete. The resulting concrete blocks fit together almost perfectly, creating excellent insulation for a home.
Now that you understand what ICF homes are and how they work, you should know the benefits these types of homes provide. ICF homes are energy efficient, comfortable, durable, and disaster resistant. In this case, disaster resistance means that these homes withstand damage from earthquakes, fires, floods, and strong winds-. ICF homes are also faster to build than other types of houses. As you can see, ICF homes provide plenty of benefits for homeowners in Florida and around the world. If you have any questions about our house plans or how ICF construction can work with your future home, don’t hesitate to reach out and give us a call. We’ll be glad to further explain ICF construction and help you find your dream home at Sater Design Collection.
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