Landmarks (UK) Ltd, a Yorkshire based developer, has used insulated concrete form (ICF) technology both above and below ground in the construction of a traditional two-storey farmhouse. The property sits on a natural gentle slope, so the basement is fully buried to the rear with a raised patio area to the front. The property was built using the market leading, NUDURA ICF where polystyrene forms are used to contain the wet concrete when casing in-situ concrete walls – and are left in place as insulation.
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