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SIPA Builder Member
SIPA Builder Members build SIP homes and nonresidential buildings.
SIPA has educated me on a lot of issues that I didn’t know about SIPs. They have helped me improve my product as a builder, and enabled me to network with some really fine people across the nation that have been doing this kind of stuff longer than me. They know the tricks, they know the advantages, they’ve got it dialed in. In addition, I probably get one to two leads a month through the website, and half of those leads turn into sales, so it is very fruitful economically aswell.”
Scott Bergford, Scott Homes
SIPA Dealer/Distributor Member
SIPA Dealer/Distributor Members are any individual or company that distributes SIPs but does not manufacture SIPs.
“Being a dealing distributor of a SIPA manufacturer allows us to provide a higher quality, higher energy efficiency product to the end users and open ourselves up to a larger market. A SIPA manufacturer gives us the assurance that they are up to the highest level of scrutiny, the assurance of testing, and quality.”
Zack LeRoy, PanelPros, Inc.
SIPA Supplier Members
SIPA Supplier Members supply products or services used in the manufacture, distribution, sales, or installation of structural insulated panels.
“Being part of SIPA allows us to really be engaged with the customers at all levels, both the customers customer, as well as our customer. It allows us to understand the sensitivity, the touch points, and what’s important for the market, but more importantly, it allows us to enter into a whole new product category for our chemicals, residential construction, which formerly a chemical company hasn’t really had access to.”
Jack Armstrong, BASF Corporation
SIPA Manufacturer Members
SIPA Manufacturer Members produce and distribute SIPs.
“It is extremely important that we are seen as an industry, as a coherent industry that cooperates and works together to create the standards for performance that ultimately become the standards that are referred to by architects, engineers, and government officials in the building codes. Without that we have a very difficult time moving forward as individual manufacturers to move our markets into the marketplace. We have got to work together or we are not likely to be able to achieve our goals.”
Frank Baker, Board Member, PFB Corporation