The Case Against Wood
Unfortunately for the wonderfully versatile building material of wood, using it within insulated concrete assemblies is not appropriate. Concrete bleeds water as it sets up, to consider using non-treated wood in a contained moist location would be disastrous due to the rotting of the wood that would occur. It has been widely accepted that treated…Read More
There was a time when green construction was merely the talk of an idealist. I can remember the time before LEED showed up, before green construction practices were truly considered. Once these practices did start showing up in force it was met with skepticism and resistance (our human nature towards change is the subject of…Read More
What is Tigerloc?
As we have now been on the market for a couple of solid months, it’s probably time to explain what we are up to. What is our structural thermal break that we have named Tigerloc? Tigerloc is a patent pending innovation for use in insulated concrete tilt-up and precast assemblies. Tigerloc acts as a lining…Read More
Why Insulated Tilt Panels?
If you have ever seen a tilt-up project completed or even drove by a building that was being tilted, it is an interesting and exciting process. The tilt-up process is a relatively simple process, the walls are constructed on the ground and once complete they are tilted into place. Once the roof structure is installed…Read More