Newsletter : October 2011

Should I use InsulBuck™ or Wood?

InsulBuck or Wood?

Written by guest writer Greg Doren

Rough opening bucks in ICF construction have typically been constructed using a lumber frame to form an opening in which a window or door will be placed.

The bottom portion of the buck is designed to allow concrete to be poured through it into the blocks that sit below it.

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Using DuroFoam insulation in radiant floor heating

DARO Flooring Constructions partners with Plasti-Fab® for innovative radiant heating and floor leveling systems.

In-floor radiant heating systems are one of the most energy efficient ways to heat a building.

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Hydronic (Radiant) Floor Heating System by Plasti-Fab

Written by Melissa Carruthers

Here is something you may want to consider before you start construction,
A Radiant Floor Heating System also known as a Hydronic Floor Heating.

I know it doesn’t sound as glamorous
as a walk-in closet or a Sub Zero fridge but it’s an important part of your home.

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October 26 - 27, 2011 - Manitoba Building Officials Trade Show: Canada Inns Polo Park

November 17 - 18, 2011 - LBMAO, Toronto Congress Center

November 30 - December 3, 2011 - Construct Canada: Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building Booth 1026

Upcoming Blogs:

Watch for some of these blog topics in the coming weeks!

Pouring in Cold Weather

Benefits - Energy Efficiency and Sustainability

Types of Insulation for Different Applications

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