Renovations SIP Projects

Applying retrofitted panels to the exterior of a home or building is a great way to preserve historical buildings while embracing high-efficiency standards and reducing energy consumpion.

2020 Renovation Projects

Browse this project Look Book for sample SIP renovations.

Renovations SIP Project Winners

Opera House SIP Roof RenovationOpera House SIP Roof Renovation
Watertown, SD
Enercept SIPs' part in this renovation was a total roof replacement. Enclosing the roof as quickly as possible was critical. The design team and owners liked the idea of a system build approach. Also, the longer span rating with TGI at 2' o.c. made SIPs the preferred method of building. The speed of assembly shortened the time of exposure to the elements. They were able to make internal repairs sooner to a building that had been damaged by leaks from the previous roof.

Re-imagined SIP Timber FrameRe-imagined SIP Timber Frame
Delaware, OH
Builder Dan Troth of GreenTech Construction salvaged a hand-hewn timber frame from an 1862 farmhouse and incorporated it into a unique custom home.

Retrofit Panel SIP HouseRetrofit Panel SIP House
Oak Harbor, WA
With retrofit insulated panels you can get a higher R-value and a quicker application than the alternatives. Also it is economical for both materials and labor. Combined with other improvements, including new windows, attic insulation, HVAC system and other air sealing measures, the renovation was able to reduce the home’s annual heating cost by 83.5 percent.

SIP House RenovationSIP House Renovation
Marion, OH
1872 historic preservation - reused doors, floors, and slate roof SIP roof and walls Raised house for new foundation HERS 47 (pre-drywall) Panels by SIPA member MM&I Construction and Design, Inc.

Renovations SIP Project Case Studies

Re-imagined SIP Timber FrameRe-imagined SIP Timber Frame
Delaware, OH
Builder Dan Troth of GreenTech Construction salvaged a hand-hewn timber frame from an 1862 farmhouse and incorporated it into a unique custom home.

Retrofit Panel SIP HouseRetrofit Panel SIP House
Oak Harbor, WA
With retrofit insulated panels you can get a higher R-value and a quicker application than the alternatives. Also it is economical for both materials and labor. Combined with other improvements, including new windows, attic insulation, HVAC system and other air sealing measures, the renovation was able to reduce the home’s annual heating cost by 83.5 percent.

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