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Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs) are advanced materials used in the construction of buildings. They are made of two layers of expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam, which are connected by plastic ties. The foam layers are filled with concrete, creating a strong, energy-efficient wall system. ICFs are used in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings, and are becoming increasingly popular due to their energy efficiency, durability, and cost-effectiveness. ICFs are also resistant to fire, pests, and extreme weather conditions. ICFs are a sustainable building material, as they reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. They also provide superior soundproofing and insulation, making them ideal for use in areas with extreme temperatures. Additionally, ICFs are easy to install and require minimal maintenance. Some companies in the ICF market include Amvic Building System, Nudura Corporation, Fox Blocks, Logix Insulated Concrete Forms, and Quad-Lock Building Systems. Show Less Read more