Superior Walls® Showcases Precast Foundation Walls at 2017 International Builders’ Show
Are you a Canadian builder headed to the 2017 International Builders’ Show in Florida in January? If so, make it a point to visit our Superior Walls show booth (#S1015) in the South Hall. We’ll be there from January 10-12, 2017.
“With our recent expansion to Canada with operations in two provinces, our company is better positioned than ever before to offer energy-efficient precast foundation solutions to builders throughout North America,” says Keith Weller, vice president and CFO of Superior Walls of America. Our custom-made insulated wall systems are created to the exact needs of each project. Best of all, they are installed by our certified crew in just one day, so builders can begin construction the very next day.”
Known for their durability, speed of installation and damp-free basement conditions, Superior Walls products are manufactured in indoor production facilities, eliminating any jobsite soil contamination such as the form oil used for poured walls. No on-site sprays or bituminous coatings are required to make the walls dampproof. The panels are delivered directly to a jobsite where certified crews install the precast wall panels.
Since Superior Walls panels are designed and manufactured with insulated concrete studs, Superior Walls reduces the amount of materials used to build a structure, including wood and concrete, and reduces the carbon footprint of a new home or commercial facility’s construction process.
Superior Walls operations in Canada offer XiTM Plus Wall foundation systems, with nearly everything insulated, including corners, studs and bond beams. Made of high-strength concrete for solid structural integrity and reinforced with steel rebar and polypropylene fibers. The wall systems manufactured in Canada is made with 5” of Neopor rigid thermal insulation with an insulation value of R-23.
In 2012 the Canadian Construction Materials Centre (CCMC) declared that Superior Walls precast concrete insulated wall panels were evaluated for use in Canada. This opened the door for new licensee opportunities throughout the Canadian provinces.