December/January 2006

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2007 ICF Industry Forecast
Factory-Direct, For Better or For Worse
End of a Fragmented Industry?
Finding the Perfect ICF
Comparison Chart
Alternative ICF Blocks
How To: Brick and Stone Facades
Cold Weather Concreting


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2007 ICF Industry Forecast
Moderate growth next year despite residential slowdown.

Factory-Direct, For Better or For Worse
Will the shift in distribution methods benefit the industry?

End of a Fragmented Industry?
Consolidation of the 80+ ICF brands may begin next year.

Finding the Perfect ICF
A wide range of features means one will be perfect for your project.

Comparison Chart
Accurate, complete, and up-to-date information on the top 40 brands.

Alternative ICF Blocks
Not all blocks are foam. Cement-EPS blends offer many advantages. Includes a comprehensive chart of alternative block systems.

How To: Brick and Stone Facades
It’s easy to get the look you want with brick, stone, or vertical stamped concrete.

Cold Weather Concreting
Insulating concrete forms are ideal for cold-weather pours.

Departments


As I See It: Slowing is Inconsequential
ICF News Roundup
In the News: Trade Show Preview
In the News: ICF Fall Meeting Report
HVAC Sizing Software
New Products
Green Building: Myths vs. Realities

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