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300-page building science manual for SIP construction. Includes HVAC strategies, drainage plans, air sealing and more!
Teach potential homebuyers about the benefits of SIPs with these handy brochures. Covers green building, energy efficiency, and in¬door air quality in a SIP home.
Set of 5 DVDs showing presentations from SIPA’s 2006 Annual Meeting and Conference. Includes Sam Rashkin, EPA, Dana Bres, PATH, and Building with SIPs seminar with Al Cobb and Jim LeRoy, others.
SIPA member manufacturer Frank Baker, Insulspan, supplier member Jack Armstrong, BASF, distributor Zack LeRoy, Panel Pros, and builder Scott Bergford talk about the value of a SIPA membership.
Distribute these brochures to pass on the benefits of SIPA membership and help grow the SIP industry.
Covers general principles, handling and storage and assembly basics for building with SIPs.
A detailed description of SIPs, their history, applications, and benefits. Originally published in the Forest Products Journal, March, 2000.
With testing and engineering by the NAHB Research Center, the Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing (PATH), and other established organizations, this 50-page document presents standardized construction methods for all SIP wall systems.
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.
The report summarizes the findings relating to the moisture damage of various SIP roof assemblies in Juneau, Alaska. Includes field evaluations, specifications, photographs, local climate data, and engineering analysis.
Architect William McDonough and chemist Michael Braungart rethink traditional reduce, reuse, recycle environmentalism by challenging the belief that human industry must damage the natural world. The authors explain how products can be designed from the outset so that after their useful lives they will provide nourishment for something new.
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.
2 DVD set of a hands-on demonstration convering SIPs assembly and plumbing and electrical system installation. Presented by Jim LeRoy, Panel Pros, Inc. and Dave Gauthier, Winterpanel. Available as DVD and VHS.
This easy to read brochure outlines the results from Oak Ridge National Laboratory comparative studies on Whole-Wall R-Value and zero-energy homes using SIPs.
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.
SIPA members Al Cobb, SIP School, and Damian Pataluna, FischerSIPs, go over the basics of building with SIPs at the 2005 SIPA Annual Meeting and Conference.
An educational tool that will save you time. Your customers will have the opportunity to read, learn, and answer many questions on their own.
Prefabrication offers a simple path to the green home of your dreams, and in her latest book, Prefabulous author Sheri Koones highlights the many ways of using prefabrication to create almost-off-the-grid homes—houses that are not only environmentally friendly but often operate at nearly zero annual energy cost.
Prefabulous + Almost Off the Grid profiles more than 30 of the most energy-efficient homes in the United States, and this hardworking guide reveals how homeowners can achieve similar results with floor plans, the latest, most efficient technologies, and multiple images of the exterior and interior of each home.