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Structurally Insulated Panelized System (SIPs) Homes, Sips Houses, Sips Buildings & Expanded PolyStyrene Homes & Houses


  Are Structural Insulated Panels More Expensive? ~ Building with SIPs generally costs about the same as Building with wood frame construction, when you factor in the labor savings resulting from shorter construction time and less job-site waste.  Other savings are realized because less expensive heating and cooling systems are required with SIP construction.  
  SIPs Homes Out Perform Traditional "Stick Built"  ~  SIP Buildings are vastly more energy efficient, stronger, quieter, and more draft free than other Building systems, such as stud framing with fiberglass insulation. Fiberglass is sometimes used for furnace filters because air moves through so freely. Rigid insulation is used as solid component insulation in almost every industry for its inherent efficiency and lack of air movement. These attributes are built right into a SIP Building. Less air leakage means fewer drafts, less noise, lower energy bills, and a much more comfortable indoor environment.  
Save construction time and "MONEY" on your "CONSTRUCTION LOANS"  ~ SIPs Homes construction also saves costly labor hours. A project using stick frame construction may take several weeks with a 4-person crew, but will take as little as 3 days, with the same crew, using our SIPs Homes system. What makes SIPs even better is the wire chases which are factory milled in the EPS (Expanded Poly Styrene) insulation, so wiring is as easy as just fishing the wiring through.  Insulation costs and installation are also a thing of the past; the EPS (Expanded PolyStyrene) replaces the normal insulation and gives a better long-wall insulating value and performance with minimal thermal drift.
Some of the advantages of a We Home are:
  • Insect and Mold Resistant
  • High Energy Efficiency Components
  • Increased Home Resale Values
  • Decreased Building Time
  • A True Green Product
  • Decreased Mortgage & Payment Rates
  • Potential Energy Tax Credits
  • Reduced Energy Costs
  • Increased Life Expectancy of Building
  • High Wind Load Survivability
  • Reduced Thermal Loss
  • Reduced Insurance Rates
  • Higher Overall Resale Value
  • Reduced Costs For Heating and Cooling Equipment

 "Increase the resale value of your home": for More Information on our energy efficient homes with increased   "Higher Resale Values" contact We at 1-928-717-9702, and a representative will assist you. 


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Foam Insulation and Steel Frame

      There are two unmistakable trends in the home Building industry. First, dimensional lumber is losing its place as the dominant structural material. Second, manufactured components are steadily replacing site-built ones. Soon, panelized walls will leap to greater importance. IWe are  well-positioned for both trends.

     Our panels feature 18 ga. steel tubes for strength and expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam for insulation. Wall panels are 7-1/4 in. thick (R-30) and roof panels are 11-1/2 in. thick (R-50). EPS foam is ozone-safe, because it uses air for a blowing agent, rather than CFC and HCFC compounds used by some other foam makers.

     The panels are made by first routing channels for the 1x2 steel tubes. They are placed on opposite sides of the panel every 24-in. Each tube is connected to its mate with a long screw. Foam separates the opposing steel tubes, preventing thermal bridging. In the wall panel, 5-1/4 in. separates the tubes. Four steel angles placed on the top and bottom edges join the steel tubes. These angles can span the ends of adjacent panels to lock them together. Panels can be up 32 ft. long.

     A 20 ga. steel angle wraps each corner, and fastens to the tubes. Siding screws directly to the tubes. Window and door openings are built into the panels and wrapped with 2x8 lumber. Roof panels sit on a ridge beam, so the entire upstairs has cathedral ceilings.
       With R-30 walls and R-50 roofs made from SIPs panels, the heating load is about 25 to 30 percent of a wood-framed house, so low that a high-recovery water heater satisfies all water heating and space heating needs. A wiring chase is preformed into the wall panels and electrical boxes attach to the steel tubes. The manufacturer recommends that plumbing be located in interior partitions or in specially-built plumbing chases.      

 Roof Panels

     Roof panels  are 4 wide and 12 thick and up to 36 long. They are supported by ridge and purlin (mid-span) glue laminated beams. Gable, Hip, Mansard, Arched and Flat roofs can all be constructed using roof panels.

     By design all roofs are vaulted in the interior. The vaulted area can be left vaulted and showcase the expansiveness of your rooms or a floor can be constructed within to create a loft area thereby Increasing square footage of living space within the same sized envelope.

     Skylights and dormers are easily Incorporated into the roofs.

Exterior Walls

     Exterior wall panels are 7 1/4" thick. Other thickness sizes are available specific to individual customer needs. All window and door openings, and associated headers, are built into the panels at the factory. Further, an electrical chase is factory routed into each wall panel.

     In most cases it is not necessary to use exterior sheathing, however, all panels should be wrapped in the field with house wrap as a good Building practice.

     Wall panels are custom made specific to each structures architectural plans. Lengths may vary from 3" to 40' or more, and while panel heights of 8', 9', and 10' are standard, we will build wall heights of any size to suit your needs. Curved walls are also available as part of our standard panel offering.

     All types of exterior finishes; aluminum siding, brick, cedar shake, metal siding, stone, stucco, vinyl or wood siding are compatible  with out  panelized wall system.

Gable Panels

     Typically the gable wall panels are the same thickness as the exterior walls below them. All necessary structural support for roof load beams, and any openings are Incorporated into them.




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