Insulated Concrete Forms
SilveRboard Rigid Foam Insulation (EPS)
Insulated Concrete Forms Block Wall System

Insulated Concrete Forms: Amvic ICF

Cost effective, sustainable and environmentally friendly, Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) construction is a superior way to build; and no one makes better ICFs than Amvic. We offer the highest quality products, and first-rate support. Whether an owner, builder, or architect, find out why your next project should be built with Amvic ICF. continue reading...

Amvic PLUS 3.30:

Amvic’s third generation ICF Amvic Plus 3.30 incorporates many of the proven, patented innovations of the first and second generation form and has been expanded to provide a stronger, more energy efficient and easier to install product.

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Subfloor: Amdry

Amdry is a one-step insulated subfloor system with a moisture resistant protective surface film. It provides a healthy, comfortable, warm basement by significantly reducing slab surface moisture and temperature fluctuations that may lead to mold and mildew problems.

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Radiant Heating Radiant PEX Panel

The Amvic Insulated Radiant PEX Panel® has been specifically designed to provide the most cost effective installation and performance characteristics for Hydronic Radiant floor heating systems.

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Rigid Foam Insulation: Silverboard

SilveRboard Rigid Foam Insulation (EPS) is a high performance flat-sheet insulation material made from Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) which is coated with a layer of reflective lamination on both sides.

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Other Foam Products

Amvic is a leader in the manufacturing, designer and distributor of expanded polystyrene (EPS) products, our goal is to provide sound, environmentally friendly and energy efficient products for our customer's needs.

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From The Blog...

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Jack Frost is on his way and it’s time to get your home ready for the winter chills. One prevalent winter problem that can cause damage to your roofing is the formation of ice dams. Luckily, there are a range of precautions you can take to prevent the ice dams from damaging your shingles this winter.

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