Modern ICF Construction
Enjoy an efficient home with consistent temperatures, no drafts, and efficiency savings of 30% or more.
Interlocking blocks, poured concrete, and internal reinforcement provides up to 10 times stronger walls than traditional wooden-framed walls.
The tight and solid concrete construction resists mold, rot, mildew, rodents, and insects.
Are you ready for a new home where you don’t need to worry about...
- High energy bills with your new home
- Structural integrity in high winds, even up to 200 mph!
- Insect and rodent damage, mold, mildew, or rot
- Drafty interiors and inconsistent temperatures
You deserve a new home that is durable, energy efficient, and low-maintenance!
Graber Construction offers Insulated Concrete Form construction for new construction in the City of Wabash. We know how important a new home is, and we go above and beyond in our design and construction process.
What would your Dream
Home look like?
Do you want your home to have
Net Zero Emissions?
By using hybrid insulation packages and thin film solar on your roof, you can have a Net Zero Energy home!
Leave a legacy for your home knowing your home and family are carbon-neutral. Talk to the K. Graber Construction team to learn how this is possible for your home!
We make your ICF project
Simple in Wabash
We meet with you and asses your ICF project, answer your questions, and listen to your goals.
estimate & design
A time frame and plan of action will be mapped out to complete your ICF construction.
Once the plan is approved, K. Graber begins work as scheduled.
Love your New
You get to enjoy your new home and enjoy the efficiency and long-term durability!
Why choose to work with K Graber Construction?
No question or phone call is too small for us - we work for your satisfaction during the entire process.
We have valued hard work and great customer service for 3 generations.
We understand the complete construction process. This allows us to catch problems early and avoid potential mistakes.
We have the tools and trained crews necessary to make your ICF project successful.
ICF Construction FAQs
Modular blocks made from insulation are stacked together, similar to Legos.
These blocks are reinforced before pouring concrete.
Once the blocks are set and reinforced, they are filled with concrete to create a solid core.
We work hard before the job starts to minimize, or eliminate, any potential issues with your project.
We provide free custom quotes.
We have over 30 years of experience.
Our customer service is built on trust, quality work, and great communication.
It provides structural integrity in high-wind areas - up to 200 mph!
It is pest-resistant.
It doesn’t rot or get mold and mildew damage.
Insualted Concrete Form Construction (ICF)?
Similar to poured concrete walls, ICF construction uses the concept of setting up concrete forms and then filling the forms with concrete.
The forms used in ICF construction, however, are hollow blocks made of rigid thermal insulation.
These blocks securely interlock with each other. When the forms are completed with ICF blocks, concrete is poured and allowed to dry.
Unlike poured concrete walls, the block forms are not removed after the concrete has dried. Instead, the ICF blocks remain and help provide insulation.
To finish the construction process, plumbing and electrical parts are typically placed in the insulating blocks. The final layer is then placed on the interior and exterior.
The final interior and exterior layers are attached to the ICF blocks. Because of the block construction, the final touches can be made to look similar to typical construction.
The poured concrete wall sandwiched between the ICF blocks provides the long-term durability, stability, and efficiency that Insulated Concrete Form construction is famous for.
If you are building a new home and looking for ICF construction in Indiana, then contact K. Graber Construction today!
Your Local ICF Contractor
In the City of Wabash, IN
When it comes to building a new home or building, having a good foundation and walls is critical.
After all, no one likes drafty walls, inferior design, or unstable construction - especially in a new home.
With ICF construction, you can have the peace of mind that your home is designed to withstand the worst storms while remaining energy efficient and pest-resistant.
If you are building a new home, or another new building construction, you want the best foundation possible. Although it may be a newer form of construction, Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) construction is a great choice for your new foundation or walls.
Combining the best of concrete poured walls and modern insulation, ICF allows for your new building to be secure, strong, and stable - no matter the weather Central Indiana throws at it!
- Honeywell Center, including Eagles Theater
- Wabash County Historical Museum
- Dr. James Ford Historic Home
- Hanging Rock National Natural Landmark
- Charley Creek Inn
- Charley Creek Gardens
- Paradise Spring Historical Park
- Hathaway Preserve at Ross Run - ACRES Land Trust
- Wabash City Park
Located in Wabash County in north-central Indiana, the City of Wabash is the county seat.
Wabash has claimed to be the first city in the world to be lit with electric lights, however, records show it was only the courthouse that grounds that were lit.
Wabash is home to a number historic sites, including the Eagles Theater, Paradise Spring Treaty Grounds, Wabash and Erie Canal, and two historic churches.
The city of Wabash covers 9 square miles of land and is home to over 10,000 people.
As growwabashcounty.com states, “Wabash County’s cities and towns offer a quality of life with amenities that rival many larger, more crowded cities, with the added bonus of maintaining those small-town values of helping thy neighbor and welcoming everyone into the Wabash County community. Our downtown areas are alive and thriving with retail, dining and other businesses. We have access to outstanding healthcare and recreational opportunities to promote wellness in and out of the workplace. And, with graduation rates of 93-97%, our schools are among the best in the state.
Wabash County enjoys a diverse and vibrant economy with several highly successful businesses in such areas as: advanced manufacturing, agribusinesses, medical device companies, food processors and beverage makers, and more. And there's always room for more!”
We service all zip codes in Wabash, Indiana with construction services, including 46992 and other surrounding zip codes in the greater Wabash County area.
Give yourself the space you need at home and work. Don’t let a big project overwhelm you; get started today with a quote from K Graber Construction!