Conard's Concrete Products LLC

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Company Profile:
Conard's Concrete Products was founded in 2013 after the owner Tim Conard was offered the opportunity to begin manufacturing a new and innovative stackable insulated concrete wall system.
The Complete Block system can be used for residential and commercial building construction, safe rooms, storm shelters and fences to name just a few. These blocks are very cost effective alternative to ICF (insulated concrete forms). They require much less labor to erect and don't require any special equipment such as braces or concrete pumps.
Address:
1391 SW 825 Rd, Holden, Missouri 64040, USA
Telephone:
816-621-8689
E-mail:
blocks@conardsblocks.com
Insulated Concrete Wall System
Hours: 8:00 to 5:00 Monday to Friday other times by appointment
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Lake house with finished roof slide show on links page.

Check out the newest most exciting way to build your new home. Our blocks assembled according to your plan yield a beautiful, strong, well insulated home. The blocks are the exterior finish, insulation, and interior wall studs all in one. With each block you place on the wall you install the equivalent of conventional studs, sheeting, house wrap, insulation and exterior siding.

The exterior will be stamped with your choice of one of over 40 patterns and can be dyed or stained with one of over 40 colors.

Our blocks can be used for almost anything you can build with poured concrete or concrete blocks. Build a new home or addition, storm shelter, insulated basement, garage, or a large multi story commercial building. Non insulated blocks can be used for retaining walls and fences.

Need a storm shelter/safe room?
Enter your shelter without going out into the storm. Build a functional addition to your home that doubles as a shelter. A walk in closet or pantry can be constructed using complete blocks for all four walls built against the side of your home and entered thru a door. Simply get out of bed, walk into your shelter and shut the door. Check out the FEMA tornado impact test video on our links page.
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