SIP Panel Home Builders in Delaware
Structural Insulated Panels are just another great building material we offered by our home builders in Delaware. This green material is made up of a core insulating foam that is filled between two sheets of plywood and Oriented Strand Board (OSB). Once these panels have bonded together, they form an incredibly strong panel that can withstand enormous loads.
There are many reasons to consider an SIP-built home. SIP panel homes are the perfect answer to the climate and weather challenges that come with living in Delaware and Maryland. These homes and commercial buildings are incredibly sturdy in the face of the even the nastiest weather, resistant to erosion and environmentally friendly.
SIP structures can bear many times the weight of stick-built homes. When built properly, these structures are resistant to earthquakes, storms and other home-damaging events. The materials are chemically-bonded together everywhere they meet. You aren’t relying on a few nails—the whole of each panel supports the others around it. Furthermore the chemical bond between the panels are unaffected by rus, moisture or even extreme heat, and will not peel or separate.
SIP homes involve almost no site waste because each part can be fully constructed off-site and then assembled. Your home will only require a fraction of the labor time of a stick-built home, with far less waste than usual.
However, that isn’t where the efficiency ends. Even the chemical foam used to bond the materials is safe—just ask the EPA, who awarded it the 2004 Stratospheric Protection Award. Compare this to other bonding materials that may contain formaldehyde or other hazardous materials. Furthermore, SIPs are made using recycled wood.
Interested in an SIP Home?
We’d love the chance to tell you more about this great material and what it offers you. Please call us if you have any questions about building a custom SIP home in Maryland and Delaware. We can tell you even more about the options and benefits that come with this fantastic material.