NUDURA disaster resilient homes provide safety and peace of mind

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TORONTO, May 24, 2017 /CNW/ - Extreme weather occurrences are on the rise leaving many Canadians to worry about the ability to cope with damage caused by severe wind, fire and flooding. While safety is the main concern, it is also important to think about the costs associated with destruction and loss.

Keven Rector, Technical Services Manager at NUDURA, says opting for a disaster resilient home can help solve these issues.

"Our Insulated Concrete Forms have a steel reinforced solid concrete core. This means that NUDURA structures can withstand some of Mother Nature's worst. NUDURA ICFs can endure winds of up to 402 kph (250 mph) and the non-toxic fire retardant expanded polystyrene foam provides a fire protection rating of up to 4 hours, ensuring that your family and home are safe and secure in almost any situation," says Rector.

This Insulated Concrete Form method is an advanced departure from traditional wood framing. At the construction site, these compact concrete forms interlock (like Lego) to build a rock solid envelope for your home.

To learn more about how NUDURA can get you in a safe, disaster resilient home visit


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