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Zero Energy Systems: Standardized Pricing Sets Precedence In Precast Industry

Zero Energy Systems (ZES) has announced the release of “ZES Standardized Contractor Price List / Standard Product Offerings” for owners, designers, and contractors interested in utilizing the industry’s highest performing, sustainable, insulated, structural concrete wall systems. This industry first price list, eliminates extreme pricing fluctuations typically experienced in the precast industry from time of planning/design to when the project is finalized.

“Until now, owners and design professionals were unable to accurately budget projects because producers would constantly manipulate pricing to their benefit,” says Scott Long, CEO of Zero Energy Systems. “We’ve now taken the guess-work out of pricing insulated concrete walls.” Long says.

Zero Energy Systems’ offers advanced manufacturing in a state-of-the-art plant with tolerances of 3/8” or less, serving the Midwest, 7-state region, in a National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA) Certified Plant. ZES Wall systems are designed with edge-to-edge XPS (Owens Corning) insulation, fiber composite (non-metallic) connectors achieving a high-performance, disaster resistant, and sustainable building envelope.

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