In the construction industry today, efficiency is a word that is used daily has become an integral part of all types of projects. The best contractors want to achieve maximum efficiency in order to give their customers the best building product they possibly can.
For Jim and Beth Bauer, combining a solar power system with the high-performance of structural insulated panels was a no-brainer. They have previously built other projects using the SIP and solar combination and they knew that when it was time to build their new home, they would do it again.
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Energy Panel Structures was able to help Iowa Lakes Community College expand and upgrade their cattle facilities at the College Farm, just outside of Emmetsburg.
Energy Panel Structures recently supplied the SIP panels for the 10th Street Townhomes project, an affordable housing development in Storm Lake, Iowa.
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As you may or may not know, SIPs have been around for almost 80 years - since the 1940s. However, it's been within the last 10 years that they have become more mainstream and well known to the general public. I thought maybe a quick, brief history of SIPs and their use in energy-efficient construction would help you all to understand the product a bit better!
Energy Panel Structures is excited to announce our brand new product line, Pre-Assembled Stud Walls. Pre-Assembled Stud Walls are the perfect option for many project types, such as apartment buildings, assisted living complexes and student housing.
As you probably know by now if you're reading this blog, SIPs stands for Structural Insulated Panels. While they're relatively unknown by the general public, they've been a respected building product since the 1930s. Crazy, huh?
So why should you build with Structural Insulated Panels? Well, we could go on and on about all of the great benefits of SIPs construction, but instead we narrowed it down to three main points
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