Modern Insulated Concrete Form Construction that is...
“Let me start by saying K Graber and his entire team are the highest quality, kindest, good hearted men and women I have met in general. I am a contractor by trade and have worked with K Graber for years. We partner on projects all year long. Our family chose to build a home... as a contractor I am fully capable of acting as the general contractor and managing this myself BUT I chose to pay Kenny because he is the BEST.” -Daniel Yount
Let K. Graber Construction build your home using ICF Construction in Wabash County, IN, so 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
You also deserve a local contractor in Wabash County that has the experience, delivers excellent craftsmanship, and goes above and beyond in the design and construction process.
This is why K. Graber Construction offers Insulated Concrete Form construction. We know how important your new home construction is to you. We have been delivering quality construction to Wabash County, Indiana, area for over 30 years!
“They were the nicest people to deal with and did a wonderful job with my home. I would highly recommend them for anything."
- Laurie Wright
“Craftsmanship is above and beyond. Great communication."
What is Insulated Concrete Form Construction?
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 Wabash County, Indiana, then contact K. Graber Construction today!
WHY CHOOSE K.GRABER CONSTRUCTION
In a world where construction projects are often associated with excessive paperwork, fears, setbacks, and potential complications, K. Graber Construction cuts through the noise and clutter to provide every customer excellent service coupled with complete integrity.
Frequently asked questions
Do you provide quotes for ICF construction in Wabash County, Indiana?
Absolutely! We visit the site of your construction and provide you with a complete estimate with pricing and scope of work to be completed.
What does “ICF” mean?
It is an acronym for “Insulated Concrete Form.”
What makes ICF construction so efficient?
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.
How is it more pest-resistant than traditional construction?
The double-layer of intertwined insulated blocks and a poured concrete wall makes an air-tight and pest-resistant foundation.
How does the interlinking of ICF blocks help make the construction sturdier?
The reinforced ICF blocks make the concrete stronger than a simple poured wall. None of the components rot or chip which also creates long-term stability.
How is ICF construction different from traditional poured concrete walls?
In traditional poured concrete walls, the forms are removed when the concrete has dried. In ICF construction, the insulated blocks are left in place as part of the wall.
Why should I choose K. Graber Construction as my ICF contractor
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.
What is the estimated lifespan of ICF construction?
How does ICF construction help homes in Wabash County, Indiana?
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.