Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS) are at the core of our advanced building system.
Our panels are manufactured in a highly controlled factory environment, working to ISO 9001 standards. The outer structure is Class A Grade Magnesium Oxide, which is highly water resistant, fireproof and extremely strong. The thermal core comprises Elastapor® insulation, developed with world market leader BASF.
The SIP panels are the perfect solution for rapidly constructing thermally efficient, airtight buildings. Our panels, that come in various thicknesses, can be used for external and internal walls, roofs and intermediate floors, for virtually any design and application.
The panels are very easy to erect on site and allow the building envelope to be constructed to a wind and watertight state within days of delivery to site.
You can construct virtually any style of building from the traditional to the contemporary with SIPS. Each building supplied will be structurally designed by our engineers.
Our build system has been tested to, and accredited with, the highest European Standards, it will meet or exceed all the requirements of current and future UK Building Regulations and Building Standards.
The excellent thermal performance of our SIP panels combined with their ability to minimise thermal bridging and maximise thermal airtightness, means high levels of performance are achieved.
Our SIPS panels allow for a wide range of finishes to be applied, including render, brick, timber cladding, composite panel or even stone.
SIPS panels go together quickly and accurately on-site, within a very tight tolerance. They are simple to erect and require no wet trades or bricklayers.
External and internal follow on trades can start work sooner and the build system offers a weather tight shell to aid faster completion.
Our integrated build system dramatically reduces construction time and labour costs. On site assembly is typically measured in days and it is easier to accurately predict completion times. Low wastage give accurate fixed costs.
Reductions in site deliveries, heavy materials and wastage all lead to improved site safety.