Training For APEX Block™ Gives Contractors The Upper Edge

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Consumers are seeking a greener solution to their building needs and Contractors are responding by learning about APEX Block™ this week at the LOWE’S® Home Improvement store in Roseburg, Oregon.

Building today requires an insight into building for tomorrow. Consumers are seeking a greener solution to their building needs and Contractors are responding by learning about APEX Block™ this week at the LOWE’S® Home Improvement store in Roseburg, Oregon.

The word just keeps spreading about the Greenest Wall System In The World™ and builders are anxiously signing up for training classes. “The block is easy to work with, requiring less time and tools than traditional building methods, and, by adding free training seminars we can give Contractors the upper edge on the newest green building trend” says Colin Smith, Training Manager for APEX Block™.    

APEX Block™ is a revolutionary energy saving building product that provides protection against flood, fire, high winds, earthquakes and infestation. Reduced heating and cooling expenses is estimated to be 70% less than a home built with conventional wood materials.

Unlike other Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs), APEX Block™ fits together in a Keystone Interlocking System™ and eliminates the time and cost of expensive bracing and connection methods. Under the guidance of a licensed contractor, unskilled labor and volunteers can be used to assemble an APEX Block™ building envelope.

Building demonstrations by the APEX Block™ team will take place September 30th at the Roseburg, Oregon LOWE’S store. Not just for industry professionals, APEX Block™ can be utilized in consumer DIY projects, rehabilitation construction, residential construction and commercial construction.

APEX Block™ helps both contractors and consumers “Build Smart, Build Faster and Build Greener™”. For more information about this project visit ApexBlock.com

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