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In today’s market, consumers are looking for state of the art performance and reliability in all they purchase. In their new home or commercial building they are looking for energy savings, straight flat true walls, no drywall nail pops, and no cracks due to lumber shrinkage. They are also looking for the shortest construction time which allows them quicker access to their new home or business as well as providing labor cost savings. Structural Insulated Panels fulfill all these needs.
Our Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) are constructed of an “Expanded Polystyrene” (EPS) foam core with a piece of 7/16” Oriented Strand Board (OSB) laminated to each side using a commercial grade Urethane glue (learn more). The foam core construction eliminates the voids and air pockets that are common with standard fiberglass insulation and allows for improved air quality inside the structure and a savings on your heating and cooling costs.
ABILITY TO MEET THE CUSTOMERS NEEDS:
Because each SIPs insulated panel is assembled in our facility and shipped to the building site, the on-
Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) (also know as Stress Panels and Sandwich Panels) are manufactured by Laminated Panel Systems in our plant in Cassville, Missouri. They will meet the needs of customers looking for quality construction as well as energy efficiency in there new home.
Because of our exacting quality standards and in-
Commercial Building Application
Residential Building Application
QUALITY COMPONENTS ARE STANDARD
SPEED OF CONSTRUCTION
EASE OF WIRING
One of the most frequently asked questions we receive: “How do you run the electrical wiring?”
Comfort: SIPs panel construction results in a quieter home or commercial building because of a tighter building envelope. This also means less drafts as well as less mold and mildew growth.
Safety: More resistant to the "chimney effect” in the event of a fire.
Building Green: Building with SIPs panels will use up to 35% less raw timber than conventional construction.