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I am planning to build a new ICF home in North Carolina, but the plan is designed for a wood-frame home. Can this be done?

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Here is a link to the house plan. Alterations I would make include ICF outer wall construction, solar roof tile, a mixture of concrete, cork, and bamboo floors. Now via this site the average cost to build this home (using wood frame construction) in North Carolina is $523,356 (without basement included, I think). Approximately how much would ICF construction, plus my alterations, change the price? And any tips on how I can make the home LEED Certified?




 

 

Here is a link to the house plan. Alterations I would make include ICF outer wall construction, solar roof tile, a mixture of concrete, cork, and bamboo floors. Now via this site the average cost to build this home (using wood frame construction) in North Carolina is $523,356 (without basement included, I think). Approximately how much would ICF construction, plus my alterations, change the price? And any tips on how I can make the home LEED Certified?


 

 

 
 
 

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