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Structural Insulated Panels (SIP's) are used in floors, walls, and roofs providing an extremely durable, strong and energy-efficient high performance material. Structural Insulated Panels (SIP's) are typically made by foam insulation between two structural skin surfaces such as Mgo Board. These panels usually are manufactured in various sizes or dimensions with thickness varying between 4 to 8 inches.
Structural Insulated Panels, can also be manufactured on larger sizes to custom works but they will require some type of crane to erect them. Structural Integrated Panels (SIP) interior sheathing material can also be tailored to specific needs as required by the project specifications.
Benefits of Structural Insulated Panels
Some of the benefits of using Structural Insulated Panels are:
Using SIP higher R-values can be obtained
Higher strength-to-weight ratio
The insulation offered by SIP's is superior when compared to studs or traditional construction methods
SIP can offer energy savings between 12% to 14%
Using SIP's a more air-tight unit can be build, resulting in a quieter and more comfortable structure
SIP's are extremely strong, energy-efficient and offer a cost-effective alternative
SIP's will save you money with a faster construction method
Reduced amounts of waste and labor
SIP's will produce less expensive heating and cooling equipments inside the structure
SIP's produces flatter surfaces to work with
No need to look for studs to place fasteners
No curvatures due to drying of the material
Can be treated against insects
Structural insulated panels can be used in walls, ceilings, floors and roofs
Structural insulated panel wall systems were adopted into the International Residential Code (IRC) on May 22, 2007
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