Increasing Energy Efficiency with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs)
Increasing Energy Efficiency with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs)

Increasing Energy Efficiency with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs)

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Energy-efficiency is specifically crucial in commercial buildings because it is accountable for almost 20% of total energy use in the United States. Today, Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs) are becoming a more common method to construct commercial buildings because of their energy-efficiency and high strength. Commercial low-rise buildings are some typical applications of ICFs.

Today, ICFs is one of the most durable and energy-efficient wall systems for commercial construction. Contractors prefer to use this construction method because of its energy credit and other rating types, LEED or WELL as a primary example. More and more architects, contractors, and commercial building owners recognize the many benefits of ICF.

For this blog, let’s find out how beneficial ICFs are, particularly for commercial construction.

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