The house that Jack Built
Posted on Nov 20 2012 at 06:29:13 PM in House & Garden
Choosing to build your new home based on someone’s ability to provide the standards that you feel comfortable with is one thing, but when you know that there is a company like Durisol with such a good track record as it applies to keeping costs down, then there is no reason to look anywhere else. When Jack married his wife Katherine, he promised her to build a house with nothing but the best materials on the market, one that was so strong that it could withstand some of the more serious attacks by mother nature and an interior that would be fit for a princess. When Jack heard about the ICF (insulated concrete forms) procedure which was being used on some of the best homes on the market, he decided that there was nobody else he would rather have implemented.
When it comes to concrete wall formwork, Durisol is well known for their ability to develop some of the best homes in the nation and around the world. This is the kind of structure that will save you money in operating costs and will be a part of your life for years to come. The fact that the product is bonded with Portland Cement just goes to show that this is no ordinary home, in fact they can also boast of being the kind of company that helps the environment by using recycled materials. Once you have been introduced to this product it is impossible to go anywhere else, that could be the reason why Durisol has been in existence since the early 1950′s in the North American territories. As a leader in the building industry, Durisol takes pride in knowing that they can provide peace of mind to the homeowner long after the house has been built and they move on to other properties.
We are all looking for ways to do our part in helping the environment so when we come across the opportunity to do so in the building of our own home with products that use natural processes to complete the job, it just makes sense that we will use it. With 100% natural lumber as part of the bonded cement, known for its ability to resist some of the unpopular aggressors that are likely to attack our homes like mold, moisture and termites, we will be able to rest easy knowing that we are on the right track to a long life for our investment. In the near future, it will be more than likely that the ICF procedure will be the chosen method used for future generations, as homeowners look for ways to build stronger dwellings and stand tall as they have the ability to pass on their homes on to their children and grandchildren.