Has anyone worked with Insulated Concrete Forms? Or also known as ICF's. I'm building a new home and the forms company says when running wire (romex) "cut a channel into the foam approximatedly 1" wide and to a depth prescribed by local code, usually 1 1/2" deep." I have a call into the local inspect. and will hear back Monday. Anyone have any thoughts?
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#11253 - 07/07/0206:54 PMRe: Insulated Concrete Forms