Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) Homes

When you want a more efficient home, choosing a Structural Insulated Panel (SIP) house is the way to go.

Here are just a few reasons why…

  • -SIPs homes have 60% lower cooling and heating energy use (average)
  • -Appraisers now recognize SIPs benefits in home values
  • -Healthier home environments through fewer pollutant penetrations
  • -SIPs homes are built faster so you can move in sooner
  • -Built stronger and backed with a stronger warranty for your peace of mind

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Imagine buildings with large soaring roof lines, open vaulted ceilings and no truss system. When homes are constructed with Premier SIP roofs, the roof structure alone is strong enough that it doesn’t need an engineered truss system. Without the need for trusses, homeowners have even more customizable options for the layout of their SIP house. The strength of a Premier SIPS structure gives homeowners peace of mind that their new SIP home is strong enough to last for years to come.





Large panels with far fewer joints than stick framed construction mean fewer pollutants are able to enter through your walls. Tighter and better insulated structures enable SIPs homeowners to regulate the air quality with simple ventilation techniques. The EPA even recognizes SIPs role in providing healthier Indoor Air Quality.






The environmental benefits of choosing Premier Structural Insulated products are huge. Significantly lower energy bills makes Premier SIPs the cream of the “green” building products available today.Premier SIPS offers the use of materials made from rapidly renewable resources, better indoor air quality and temperature control as well as tax credits & environmental certifications for the builder and homeowners. We think you’ll agree that Premier SIPS are one of the best environmental framing products on the market.


Cost Effective.

Sure, it doesn’t end with –er, but builders and homeowners find the cost-effectiveness of SIPs one of the biggest advantages vs. stick-built construction. By shortening the framing and insulation time during homebuilding by an average of 5 days, builders and homeowners enjoy the labor cost savings on the total project. With trade labor shortages nationwide, faster installs that require less skilled labor are key. View this video showing an install and panels simply being placed according to a map


Ready to go beyond the basics?

Understand the difference between SIPs and Stick Frame construction, or visit our detailed learning center for a 5-step process to get completely up to speed on SIPs in commercial and residential construction.