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04:14AM | 03/25/00
Member Since: 03/24/00
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Does anyone have any experience with building houses using a galvanized steel frame with polystyrene insulation (prefabricated)? I'm considering building my house using these materials and was wondering if anyone had any useful input.

Thanks

Scott

Mike U

06:26PM | 05/23/00
Member Since: 05/22/00
22 lifetime posts
I just poured the foundation to my new house yesterday using, what sounds like, that same system. (TF) My basement uses 10' tall walls stepped down to a walk out rear side to the basement. I was able to form the entire basement by myself in one week saving a ton in labor costs. I used a conveyor to get the concrete to the forms as I had an inaccesible back yard. The whole thing went without a hitch. 58 yards in 4 hours with only one person helping me. Don't take this litely. I have experience with Foam Forms. If you don't, utilize the companies support to help you. I'd be happy to answer any other questions you may have.
Mike

Paulo Noce

07:03AM | 06/14/00
Member Since: 06/13/00
2 lifetime posts
Hi Scott and Mike, I'm looking for a manufacturer of this kind of house. I live in Brazil I just Bought a complete galvanized steel frane w/ polyestilene (it's a long story), But I don't have an assembling guide. I'd like to send you some photos so you could tell me if they are similar and help me to contact the manufacturer of yours house. Do you have an email ? mine is papel@tecsat.com.br
thank you
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