Tuesday, June 12, 2012

ICF Home Testimonial

ICF Home Under Construction Survives Hurricane Katrina The Sundberg's home construction was 85% complete, when hurricane Katrina slammed into the area on August 29 with a huge storm surge and reported sustained winds from 125mph. The water reached an elevation of 28 feet. After the winds died down and the water retreated to the Gulf of Mexico, the Sundberg's found their home had survived the storm largely intact, with some blown out windows, and missing upstairs panels. Now they are focusing their efforts on finishing the building before the next storm strikes... They will certainly be prepared. To view and amazing ICF home in Nashville that is currently for sale, please visit www.nashvillesafehome.info Nick Woodard www.nickwoodard.com nick@nickwoodard.com 615.566.9839

Friday, June 8, 2012

More on ICF Homes

Your ICF home can look exactly like you want it to look, like any other home, for nearly the same cost as the wood house "Bob the Builder" wants to build for you. From the outside, ICF homes look the same as wood framed homes since all finishes, such as brick, stucco and siding, can be used. On the inside, homeowners like the thicker walls that provide deep interior window sills for use as window display areas. To visit an incredible ICF home in the Nashville area, visit www.nashvillesafehome.info This is an incredible property looking for a new owner! Come see the TORNADO PROOF HOUSE! Nick Woodard Realtor www.nickwoodard.com nick@nickwoodard.com 615.566.9839

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

More on ICF Homes

People everywhere are raving about ICF homes… why? Once you have lived in an ICF home, you will undoubtedly never dream of going back to the flimsiness of a wood-framed house. The difference in quality is like comparing a Mercedes to a Kia. There are so many more reasons not to settle for just any home. You will enjoy: A high quality and energy efficient home. A sound resistant home. Lower utility bills. No drafts or cold spots. High fire resistance. Healthy air environment. Tornado resistance. No mold, rot or decay. Lower insurance premiums. Higher resale value than your neighbor's house. If you are interested in a beautiful ICF home in Nashville, please check out our link: www.nashvillesafehome.info God Bless Nick Woodard Realtor www.nickwoodard.com nwoodard2@hotmail.com 615.566.9839

Monday, June 4, 2012

Tornado Proof Homes

Many people are asking me more and more about ICF (Insulating Concrete Form) Homes. I have a beautiful Nashville ICF home that is superior quality to others in the area. Over the next few days, I will be blogging about some of the features of this home and some of the reasons ICF homes are superior to stick built homes. To take a look at this awesome tornado proof home in Nashville, visit www.nashvillesafehome.info I want my family to be safe in a tornado or severe weather!! Able to withstand 250-mile-an-hour winds and wind-borne debris, the storm resistance of ICF homes is the #1 draw for people in hurricane and tornado zones. ICF walls are reinforced concrete, which has an excellent record of surviving natural disasters. Surveys of damage from hurricanes and tornadoes confirmed that reinforced concrete survives high winds better than traditional wood-built homes. In many instances, standing ICF homes were surrounded by collapsed wood homes. www.nashvillesafehome.info Nick Woodard www.nickwoodard.com 615.566.9839 nick@nickwoodard.com