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Lumber Prices Rise

The price of lumber, from framing to structural panels, has increased in recent weeks with some prices rising more than 30%.


Concrete Home Takes Shape for Habitat

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One Of The Largest Homes In the US

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Lessons From the Ultimate Safe House

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Construction Costs for Insulated Concrete Form Buildings

The construction industry is renowned for running behind schedule. TF Forming Systems believes this shouldn't be the case. We designed our forms to give the builder an advantage over competitors. By allowing pours in hotter and colder temperatures than other forms allow for, TF forms can extend your build season.  


Pex tubing that can be run through our forms allows the builder to run cool or warm water through the concrete forms immediately after a pour, keeping the concrete at optimal temperature during hydration. The result is stronger concrete and an extended building season. Stronger Forms: our forms are also sturdier than others, reducing the chance of collapse on a windy day, giving you peace of mind and a cost and time benefit over your competition.


Faster Install Times 
TF's vertical systems also install 33% faster than block-based horizontal ICF systems. They require less bracing and external cladding than block systems and virtually eliminate the risk of blowouts. Walls poured with TF's forms are extremely straight and true eliminating the floating, shifting and settling problems of block-based systems. You can pour with confidence and eliminate much of the time consumed with external support, cladding and taping often required for block ICF systems.

Pre-cut System
In addition, rails and panels for our systems are delivered precut for your required wall heights, greatly reducing waste, materials' costs, time for cutting-to-size and site cleanup requirements. 


Easy to Learn 

TF's vertical systems are also easy to learn and install. The vertical orientation is intuitive to construction workers mimicking both traditional frame construction for carpenters and traditional concrete forms for experienced concrete crews. The result is quicker learning curves and higher productivity. All of these factors combine to result in better project schedules and reduced costs. 

Now What? 

Give us a call or email us to help you price and schedule your next project with TF Forming Systems.




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