Re-imagined SIP Timber Frame Delaware OH
Location: Delaware, OH
|Design Professional:||F5 Design|
|HERS/EUI Index Score:||57|
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Awards/Certifications: Building Excellence Awards, ENERGY STAR Certified
BEA: 2010 Renovations category Winner
Builder Dan Troth of GreenTech Construction salvaged a hand-hewn timber frame from an 1862 farmhouse and incorporated it into a unique custom home.
SIPs are a high performance panelized building system consisting of rigid insulating foam sandwiched between two structural facings, typically made of oriented strand board. SIPs are ideal for enclosing timber frame structures—either new or salvaged. By using SIPs in place of conventional attic trusses, the homeowners gained additional third-floor living space, where they added a large guest room with a full bathroom.
- Other: Re-imagined-SIP-Timber-Frame-Delaware-OH-Application.pdf
- Other: SIP-Case-Study-Re-imagining-Timber-Frame-Delaware-OH.pdf
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