Maximize safety with NUDURA'S disaster resilient, eco-friendly homes

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TORONTO, April 12, 2016 /CNW/ - With rising energy requirements, fuel costs and extreme weather conditions, today's homes need to be able to perform under the most strenuous of circumstances. With innovative technologies, NUDURA is offering just the solution.

"Our Insulated Concrete Forms, or ICF's, have proven technologies to make building easier and faster. Beyond that, they provide a fire protection rating of up to 4 hours and can withstand winds of up to 402 kph (250mph), ensuring that your family and home are safe and secure in almost any situation," says Keven Rector, Technical Services Manager at NUDURA.

Made from 100 percent recycled material, each form consists of two panels of Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam that are 2 5/8" (67 mm) in thickness and are connected together with a patented web system. When you combine the EPS foam with the structural strength and thermal mass of concrete, a NUDURA insulated concrete form house can provide energy savings of up to 50 percent, reducing your monthly bills and you family's carbon footprint.


For further information: NUDURA Marketing Communications, | 705-726-9499 ext. 263,

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