IADDIC’s housing and shelter frequently asked questions (FAQ’s)
This FAQ section answers questions about our company. Specific products carry their own FAQ sections so be sure to check them out as well. A quick link to our products can be found HERE: If you do not see the answer to a specific question then please, Contact us and we will get back to you right away.
- What is IADDIC's mission?
Our mission is to make the most affordable shelter and low cost housing solutions with the best performance possible.
- Why did IADDIC choose Structural Foam to build with?
We selected a Structural foam after years of research because foam offers the best opportunity to build economically and quickly while being tough AND environmentally safe.
- How environmentally safe is foam?
There are many foams and many have negative side effects to the environment. IADDIC’s foam has been made using blowing agents that are zero ozone depleting and emit no greenhouse gasses.
- Do you have an environmental impact statement?
We sure do and it is available on our media bookshelf. You can get your copy here…CLICK HERE.
- Are the materials you sell flame resistant?
IADDIC homes are Class B fire rated. Additional fire protection can be added in the form of Class A fire-retardant paint, stucco, or concrete.
- Are there any videos pertaining to the shelters?
Yes, you can see how a shelter or a room of a house is built HERE. Please scroll to the bottom of the page.
- Is there any information about insulation resistance?
Structural foam and composites have been used in the construction industry for years, though most commonly seen in panel form, or SIPs (Structurally Insulated Panels).
- What temp/humidity conditions are needed to cure the buildings?
40 degrees and above are the recommended pouring/curing conditions for the SIH material from IADDIC. Lower temperatures retard the expansion and cure time but do not affect the finished result. There is no maximum temperature limit. Humidity has little to no effect on the material.