For years Americans have been looking at ways to conserve energy, now a new building product on the market is gaining popularity for its high insulation rating and also for the ease it takes to work with. A Fruita is home being built this winter with polysteel.
It's a stay in place insulating concrete form that has all of the versatility of wood. After the pieces are put into place, concrete is pored in the hollow center, making the walls extremely insulated. It saves consumer money while cutting back on energy use.
Its manufacturers say this product is as tough as nails and they feel you can expect to see more PolySteel used in building construction in the Grand Valley, saving people money and also helping to protect the environment.
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