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  • Stops fire spread. Will not burn-standard 65 minute fire rating-two hour rating available
  • Walls will stop fires from spreading from interior to exterior and exterior to interior
  • Highly energy efficient
  • Solid construction results in fewer thermal breaks
  • Smaller HVAC equals lower utility costs
  • Mould & mildew resistant
  • Extremely low VOC emission (no offgassing)
  • Durable and structurally superior
  • Fast, simplified construction, less time to lockup
  • A green building technology-less waste on the job site
  • Can reduce or eliminate the need for concrete
  • Can be interior finished with mud and tape, drywall, or a textured finished
  • Can be easily exterior finished with batons, paint, stucco, or siding
  • Available in various thicknesses. Most commonly 6 5/8" thick or 8 1/4" thick
  • Faster than framing
  • Eliminates steel stud framing, insulating, & vapor barrier
  • Strong fire protection and ability to prevent fire spread
  • Mould and mildew resistant
  • Rust and corrosion resistant
  • Suitable for conventional or "walk out" basement applications
  • Walls have far superior thermal resistance vs concrete
  • No need for interior frost wall means a more spacious basement
  • Windows of all sizes can be installed
  • Electrical chases are 16" on center
  • Conventional weeping tile systems and peel and stick systems are utilized
  • No special back fill requirement. back fill after slab and main floor are installed
  • For extra comfort, install a panel floor as well
  • Backfill up to 8 ft. is standard on 8 ft. or 9 ft. walls, higher backfills can be engineered
  • Highly advantageous for winter construction - less hoarding and heating & faster to lock up
  • Footings must be smooth and level
  • Walls fit directly over the pressure treated base plate
  • Conventional engineered main floor systems are used.
  • A truly friendly product for the do-it-yourselfer
  • Salt resistant
  • Use your interior walls, with a 230lb load capacity per screw
  • Easier mechanical installation
  • Flexible aesthetics help beat architectural constraints
  • Higher capital costs, equal extremely reduced operating costs
  • Thermal mass inside your interior, equal reduced heat recovery when doors open / close
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