Ten-page narrative report on SIP industry production levels in 2015 based on third-party research among all North American SIP manufacturers. The report includes industry totals, residential versus nonresidential usage, panel configuration, building types, panel components, geographic distribution and a list of all North American SIP manufacturing plants.
The 2015 SIP industry production survey will be emailed to you. Total cost of the report is $500 -- $500 for the report + $0 shipping -- although the shopping cart currently shows $490 for the report + $10 shipping.
300-page building science manual for SIP construction. Includes HVAC strategies, drainage plans, air sealing and more!
Free download of the popular SIPs explaination of benefits.
Energy Free is designed to equip building professionals and homeowners alike with a toolkit for creating homes that use no more energy than they produce—this means homes that are free from the vagaries of energy-price fluctuations and that help to free society of the high political and environmental costs of fossil fuels.
Individuals and institutions have been working toward "zero-energy" homes for decades. This volume is the first record of those collective efforts, distilling their experience into a practical and comprehensive how-to guide.
John C. Stennis Institute of Government researcher Phillips explores SIPs as a viable option for rebuilding in the wake of hurricane Katrina and providing affordable housing to low-income residents.
Get the entire Oak Ridge National Labratory Whole-Wall R-Value Test Report at your fingertips. The report provides you with valuable information to re-enforce the findings that a 4” SIP wall outperforms a 2” x 6” stick and batt wall. Purchasing the CD-ROM allows you to look at the test numerous times without the possiblily of lost or torn pages.
A detailed description of SIPs, their history, applications, and benefits. Originally published in the Forest Products Journal, March, 2000.
Prefabulous and Sustainable dispels the negative myths associated with prefab homes and shows the reader how beautiful and remarkably green prefab homes are. In this guide to prefab home-building author Sheri Koones, demystifies the prefabricated house by using 25 unique homes to showcase how factory-built homes are greener, more efficient, sturdier, and more cost-effective than site-built homes.
Prefabulous explores the beauty, variety, design possibilities, and environmentally possible benefits of today’s best prefab homes. The book includes a chapter on structural insulated panels and case studies of SIP homes.
Detailed illustrations of SIP joints and construction guidelines.
SIPs are not just for homes. Read how SIPs address key client concerns such as green building, energy efficiency, and building durability. Brochure also includes energy savings data from Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
To help you get the most satisfaction from your SIP experience, the Structural Insulated Panel Association has put together this list of tips and suggestions so you’ll get the best performance from your SIPs.
Q: What are structural insulated panels?
A: Structural insulated panels (SIPs) are high performance building panels used in floors, walls, and roofs for residential and light commercial buildings. The panels are typically made by sandwiching a core of rigid foam plastic insulation between two structural skins of oriented strand board (OSB). Other skin material can be used for specific purposes. SIPs are manufactured under factory controlled conditions and can be custom designed for each home. The result is a building system that is extremely strong, energy efficient and cost effective. Building with SIPs will save you time, money and labor.
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