OKLAHOMA CITY – BuildBlock Building Systems, an Oklahoma City based manufacturer of insulating concrete forms, was featured recently on the nationally-syndicated show Designing Spaces.
The segment highlights benefits of BuildBlock insulating concrete form construction including resistance to tornados, hurricanes, fires, and earthquakes. Other highlighted benefits include safety, energy efficiency, value of the structure and increased comfort.
Projects currently under construction, as well as completed homes, were featured during the segment. Arizona resident Gary Fetters discussed his experience of living in a BuildBlock insulating concrete form home and the advantages he’s seen as a result.
BuildBlock insulating concrete forms are hollow foam blocks that are stacked into the shape of any structure. They are constructed of expanded polystyrene, much like a white Styrofoam cup. Steel rebar is placed in the forms and then they are filled with concrete which results in a structure or home that’s more durable than traditional construction method.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to introduce BuildBlock to consumers nationwide through Designing Spaces,” said Athena Davis, BuildBlock’s director of sales and marketing.
Designing Spaces is a half-hour informative series that inspires viewers to make every space count and instructs them on the smartest ways to make their homes more beautiful and functional.