What are Structural Insulated Panels?
Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs)- a building
material that consists of panels made from a thick
layer of foam (polystyrene or polyurethane)
sandwiched between two layers of Oriented
Strand Board (OSB).

Structural panels offer very effective insulating
qualities, rapid installation, and consistent quality
(minimizing waste). The use of OSB or waferboard
for facings is considered a positive use of wood
resources.

In addition, less wood is wasted at the construction
site than stick built homes making structural
insulated panels favorable materials to "green
building" organizations.
Structural Insulated Panels-Washington

Washington SIPS Builders

Advanced Build NW
This Lakewood, WA Residential and Commercial
Construction company is a distributor and installer
of SIPs, providing complete design/build services.

Spokane, WA SIP home builders
Everwood Homes, LLC  builds houses using
Premier Building Systems Structural Insulated
Panels (SIPs).

Seattle, WA SIPS
Dwell Development focuses on Green Building in
Seattle and often uses Structural Insulated Panels
in new home construction.

Clifton View Homes
Building energy-efficient panelized homes using
SIPs and ICFs.


TC Legend Homes
Bellingham, Washington builders use Structural
Insulated Panels as part of their building process
which can result in Positive Energy Homes!

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