Perfect Block ICCF Advantages

Advantages over white and grey ICF - perfect block is the greener choice. The precision made perfect block is denser and stronger and requires minimal bracing to create plumb, level, and straight walls saving time and money.
Consistent Size, Shape and Weight

Perfect Block forms are molded using a process and under strict quality control. Therefore each Perfect Block is nearly identical to the next allowing for easy stacking with minimal shimming and gluing and making it easier to construct walls plumb and level while saving time, materials, and significant money.

Choose From Several of Block

Perfect Block forms come in many sizes and insulation thicknesses to optimize the builder’s desires and requirements.

Requires Minimal Bracing

White block is super lightweight and a significant investment in time and materials is required to brace white block walls before grouting in order to be safe and achieve a high quality wall that is plumb and straight. The potential for white block to “float” exists when pouring heavy, wet concrete in it unless bracing steps are taken to prevent it. The precision made EBS block is denser and stronger and requires minimal bracing to create plumb, level, and straight walls saving time and money.

Ease of Construction

The improved size and reduced weight of a 4′ block, over longer and heavier blocks that require more than one person to stack, greatly ease handling and assembly saving labor, time, and materials. 4′ increments are a standard in the building industry.

12 Inch Reinforced Core Spacing

Perfect Block cores are spaced 12″ on center. This allows for increased wall strength and any cut block 12″ or greater in length can be used for primary wall construction greatly minimizing waste.

Perfect Block ICCF Has Teeth | White Block Does Not

“Tooth” or Teeth” is a term to describe a surface’s ability to hold or grip a substrate. Perfect Block’s inherent textured (slightly rough) cementitious surfaces can hold cementitious exterior stuccos and interior plasters or drywall mud without additional furring or wire lathe, eliminating many costly additional materials and labor intensive steps to clad exterior and interior walls. White block has no “tooth” and requires furring and/or secured wire lathe to cover with stucco or plaster.

Can Remain Exposed for Years

In contrast, white block is vulnerable to UV radiation deterioration and must be covered soon after construction to prevent UV radiation and mechanical damage.

Perfect Block Is The Greener Choice

In contrast, white block is vulnerable to UV radiation deterioration and must be covered soon after construction to prevent UV radiation and mechanical damage.

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