SIP’s – Structural Insulated Panels

installing_sips-structuralThe standard structural insulated panel or “SIP”

The standard structural insulated panel (SIP) – as its name suggests – is the typical configuration. This SIP is composed of the foam insulating core sandwiched between two OSB facings and bonded with urethane glue. SIPs are used as load bearing walls and as roof insulation. SIPs can be used to completely enclose a home or building and can partition individual rooms if desired.

Foam Laminates of Vermont makes extremely versatile SIPs. In fact, sheetrock, wood, vinyl siding, and other construction materials can be applied directly to the facings to result in a fast, efficient, and superior finished wall.

Two ways of using SIPs

Structural Panel and timber frame (post & beam) panel options. Each is unique and offers its own advantages.

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Why SIPs?

There are numerous advantages to choosing SIPs for your next project. Get all the information you need to make the best choice.

Reasons for Using SIPs >>

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