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A First-Time Concrete Builder's ICF Townhomes Sit 200 Feet From Gulf Waters

Jul 1, 2007
Building a home anywhere on the Southern coast of the United States after hurricanes Katrina and Rita--especially on Padre Island, standing in the teeth of the Gulf of Mexico--strikes many people as a questionable investment. Frequently they ask, what can you build that will survive hurricane winds? And can you get insurance? The answer, according to Brian Miller, president of Sand Dollar Development in Corpus Christi, Texas, is that insulating concrete form (ICF) systems can survive these catastrophes (and yes, you can get insurance). Click here to view the full news article.
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