Central Florida ICF Specialists

ICF Construction of Florida is a full service ICF installation

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and certified Green.  


Insulated Concrete Forms Installers in Central Florida
Florida ICF

Southwick, Inc. is Florida's largest ICF distributor and
installation company.

Classic Structures

Florida company that specializes in Insulated Concrete
Forms, custom homes, additions and remodeling.

Force 5 Walls

A Florida distributor and subcontract installer of AMVIC
Insulated Concrete Form wall systems together with AmDeck
and Lite-Deck insulated concrete forms for floors, roofs and

Gainesville, FL ICF builder

Carter Construction builds energy-efficient homes with
Insulated Concrete Forms.

Florida ICF construction

H3 homes specializes in "Green" ICF homes.  Hurricane ready
with state of the art insulation.  Located in Port St. Lucie, FL.

SW Florida ICF builders

Greencastle, Inc. builds custom hurricane resistant,
energy-efficient houses by utilizing Insulating Concrete
Forms.  Located in Cape Coral, Florida.

Florida ICF homes

Pride Homes in Miami, Florida builds beautiful energy-efficient
ICF houses.

Florida Green Builders using ICF walls

Classic Construction of Sanford, FL builds fortified, Green
homes in Orlando and throughout Central Fla.

Custom ICF homes , additions and remodeling

Pettinato Construction Inc. in Gulf Breeze, Florida uses
Insulating Concrete Forms to build energy-efficient houses.
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What Are Insulated Concrete Forms?
Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs)  are blocks or panels of concrete, usually
reinforced with rebar.  They can consist of cement, polystyrene foam,
polyurethane or sometimes cement bonded wood fiber. One reason ICFs are
considered "Green" is that they often use a mixture of recycled wood and cement.

They are also very strong and can resist strong winds.  ICFs are very popular in
areas that are susceptible to hurricanes, and builders and residents in the
midwest have taken note of the ability of structures built with Insulated Concrete
Forms to withstand Tornado strength winds.  In fact, ICFs have become popular
to use in construction of "tornado safe structures" for people who live in these