Non Profit Housing Featuring

The use of recycled PVC aligns with environmental goals by reducing the demand for new materials and minimizing waste. Insulated concrete forms provide excellent thermal insulation, which can contribute to energy efficiency by reducing heating and cooling costs for the residents.

Community-Driven Housing with Recycled PVC ICF Technology

ICF structures are known for their durability and resistance to natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes. This can enhance the safety and longevity of the housing. ICF construction can be faster than traditional methods, potentially allowing for quicker project completion and reduced labor costs. The combination of recycled materials and energy-efficient construction methods can help lower the overall environmental impact of the housing project.

Beyond Brick and Mortar Housing Construction Solution

The use of high-strength recycled PVC contributes significantly to sustainability by repurposing materials that might otherwise end up in landfills. This aligns with eco-friendly practices and reduces the demand for new raw materials. The energy-efficient design translates into lower utility bills for residents. Reduced energy consumption means long-term cost savings, which is particularly beneficial for individuals or families in non-profit housing who may have limited financial resources.

Construction Features

Ventilation efficiency is greatly increased while operational costs to operate are reduced by upwards of 60%.  This is achieved by the virtually airtight envelope that the VSP forms once the Helix-reinforced concrete is poured into the wall cavity.  Heat, cooling, and humidity are all fully controllable from inside the constructed unit.  Far smaller heating and cooling units are required, and their life cycle is greatly enhanced as there is far less cycling on and off for both the heating and cooling components.



Our extruded rail assemblies are made from recycled reground PVC and all panels for each job are cut to order to virtually eliminate materials waste. Our foam panels are made from 2 and 3 pound High Density EPS to ensure structural integrity while increasing the insulate R value to R40. Additionally, all wall assembly components can be fully recycled, further lowering your development’s environmental impact.


In addition to the significant cost savings derived from cutting months off the construction schedule are significant, especially when coupled with the Insu-Built product cost-savings. This allows for the durability of concrete to be offered, with a cost that is price competitive with conventional wood construction.