Earlier this year, Fox Blocks introduced a new product called the Fox Buck made out of the same type 2 EPS the ICF blocks are made from removing the need to use wood or vinyl bucks. Fox Blocks’ Glen Klassen gives an overview of the Fox Buck ICF window and door buck.
With advice from leading contractors in the Insulated Concrete Form business, Fox Blocks has created an incredible group of blocks. Fox Block Line-Up Includes: (Please note: Fox Block are reversible. As an example, each corner block is a left or a right) A) Straight Blocks Available in 4″, 6″, 8″, 10″ and 12″ B) Straight
Fox Blocks EstimatorPRO4 Fox Blocks Estimator PRO4 is now LIVE and available to download and use for project take offs and estimates! Estimate ICF quantities including specialty blocks, opening material, ancillary products, lineal feet of rebar, volume of concrete and man hours for a specific job. Our ICF estimator was created by industry professionals with
Severe Weather Starts its Seasonal Havoc As we all are very aware, this time of year and throughout the early summer, is prime weather conditions for severe weather to occur. Most notably, tornadoes are a huge concern, especially in the Midwest. As of last night, tornadoes have started their annual ravaging of parts of the
The much anticipated and patiently waited for Fox Blocks dealer locator is here! This helpful tool will not only help you locate dealers for Fox Blocks Insulated Concrete Forms in your area, but will also let you know who your Fox Blocks Regional Manager is. Win win.
Fox Blocks received nine top awards for innovation and efficiency at the 2017 International ICF Builder Awards in Las Vegas, NV. Over 300 professionals attended this year’s award ceremony, held in conjunction with the World of Concrete Tradeshow. The executive director of ICF Builder Group and organizer of the competition, Clark Ricks, said, “The variety
The ICF Builder Awards are held annually and are meant to bring awareness to the ICF industry as well as to showcase the innovation and quality that is possible utilizing ICFs. “The variety and scale of projects being built with ICFs is truly astounding,” said Clark Ricks, organizer of the competition. “It’s time these outstanding
LAS VEGAS, NV. (February 13, 2013) – Projects from five states using the Fox Blocks ICF system were recognized at the ICF Builder Awards, recently held at World of Concrete in Las Vegas, NV. Within seven total categories, five Fox Blocks projects received awards. The annual awards competition showcases the most innovative projects from ICF
Ottawa, Ontario, February 10, 2017 — The ICF Manufacturers Association (ICFMA) is very pleased to welcome its newest Primary Member, Fox Blocks by Airlite Plastics. On February 10, 2017, Fox Blocks joined the ICFMA and became the sixth primary member of the ICFMA, joining Nudura Corporation, Logix Insulated Concrete Forms Ltd., Quad-Lock Building Systems Ltd.,
Fox Blocks Vice President Mike Kennaw and East Coast Sales Manager Brian Medford participated in the 3rd Annual Federal Asset Management Policy Forum and Expo in the Washington, D.C. area the week of October 17, 2016. The first keynote speaker was Norman Dong, Commissioner of the General Services Administration Public Building Services. Another speaker was Leantha
Eco-Village in River Falls Wisconsin Uses ICF in Eighteen LEED® Platinum Homes LAS VEGAS, NV. (April 11, 2013) – When Dr. Jim Farr, the Executive Director of St. Croix Valley Habitat for Humanity (SCVHFH) in River Falls, WI and the Board of Directors decided to embark on the development of an innovative, sustainable community and
ARXX Building Products will become part of Fox Blocks on February 3, 2014 Omaha, NE (January 30, 2014) – Fox Blocks ICF announced today that it will acquire select key assets from ARXX Building Products on February 3, 2014, integrating those assets into its own operations and augmenting the Fox Blocks Insulated Concrete Form (ICF)
Building Envelope Protection = Property & Life Protection: During a severe weather event, the most critical factor for increasing the chances of a building’s survival is protection of all the openings to the outside. Once the wind enters the structure, the pressure changes lead to disastrous results. Impact testing simulates windborne debris striking a window