Energy Savers

February 2009
Timber Home Living;Feb2009, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p41
The article presents several reasons for using structural insulated panels (SIP) in enclosing a timber home. Since SIP takes only a few days or hours to enclose a house, savings on labor, insurance and financing is indicated. SIP are also said to be flexible and can be cut to fit any home's specific floor plan. Other advantages in using SIP offered are its being energy efficient, sound proof and environmentally friendly.


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