Structural Insulated Panels

SIPs are short for Structural insulated panels. These panels are made with and EPS (expanded polystyrene) foam core laminated between two sheets of OSB (oriented strand board) using a structural adhesive.

This approach creates a very robust construction panel that doesn’t require any additional support from a frame or skeleton.

Oriented Strand Board (OSB)

Engineered wood panel, extensively tested as a load-bearing material. Made from cross-oriented layers of thin wood strips compressed and bonded together.

Vapor/Moisture Barrier:

This barrier provides added protection against the elements for additional durability and temperature control.

Compact Foam Insulation:

 Expanded Polystyrene (EPS)

  • 40% Higher R Value
  • Insect Proof
  • Mold resistant
  • sound proof

Structural Adhesive: 

We use high grade Urethane glue spread evenly to bond the OSB panel to the EPS Foam. 

New technology that saves you money & speeds up construction

STRÜKTEK Technology will revolutionize the way we build commercial and residential properties, becoming the new standard in construction. Here are a few companies that we have worked with.

Our SIPs cut framing time in half, saving days of skilled labour, while also providing a well-insulated, sturdy construction with high energy efficiency. These Panels will become the standard in construction as we transition to a more sustainable future.

Not only are these homes structurally stronger the quality of materials it’s built with provide superior insulation abilities thus making a home more sustainable and environmentally friendly. 

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Within the next 20 years, SIPs will become the industry standard for building residential and select commercial properties by helping us optimize our construction process.

These panels provide a cost-effective option that reduces construction time, improves efficiency, and increases durability. Because it is a new product, the biggest challenge is raising market awareness.

30% Structurally Stronger
30%
55% Less Labour Costs
55%
70% More Energy Savings
70%

SIP panels are 20-30% stronger compared to traditional stick frames. They have characteristics similar to that of a steel I-Beam advantagous in plane compressive loads.

Save 40-60% on annual heating & cooling costs because of the continuous air tight insulation with R values up to 29.8. This keeps the building cool in the summer & hot in the winter.

We follow your design and pre-cut all panels in the factory so all you have to do is assemble on site, which can be done in as little as 3 days rather than weeks.

SIPs cut construction labor costs by 55%.Your team will be smaller and build faster with SIPs because you’re framing, insulating and sheathing, all in one easy step.

SIPS are recyclable and made with recyclable materials like OSB made from layers of thin wood strips compressed and bonded together which avoids cutting old-growth trees. 

SIPs cut construction labor costs by 55%.Your team will be smaller and build faster with SIPs because you’re framing, insulating and sheathing, all in one easy step.

Information Booklet

After much testing, research and analysis SIP technology has shown to out perform all other building systems and lead us towards a sustainable future

Within this booklet you will learn and see multiple graphics and statistics that prove why Struktek structural insulated panels are the best solution for any new construction project.

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SIPs’ outstanding performance as an environmentally friendly building material is one of the most significant advantages of adopting them.

This is accomplished through the use of locally sourced materials, a factory-controlled environment that reduces waste, a cost-effective construction process, and a reduction in carbon emissions due to improved home insulation.

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Certified For Performance & Sustainability.

SIP construction is recognized by the International Code Council body of building codes, which are used by most jurisdictions in North America.

FACTORY PRICING

The cost of SIP panels is determined by a variety of parameters, including panel thickness, length, and quantity purchased, all of which are dependent on the project and what is required.

Our price list bellow shows our general pricing and cost determined by panel insulation thickness. for most projects cost will be customized by our team.

We calculate the price from architectural blueprints that describe the area of floors, ceilings, load bearing walls, and roof, our experts can develop structural drawings or provide estimates on the number of panels required.

THICKNESS

Inches

R-VALUE

Insulation

PRICE

Per Sq/Ft

5"

7"

8"

10"

12"

16

23

31

39

41

$11.00

$11.50

$12.00

$12.50

$13.00

SIZE

Feet

2x8

4x4

4x8

4x12

Easily design and assemble new buildings

The flexibility of building with SIPs makes any design possible without any additional costs. Architect can build without having to compromise  with window, door and ceiling sizes and, locations.

The flexibility in design and ease of constructions means that anything is possible. Once architects and designers are familiar with the process, they turn to SIPs time and time again instead of using typical Dimensional Lumber Products.

Residential

Whether you’re in the market for a cottage, city home or multi-story resident building, SIPs can be a great fit for your project and your budget.

Coach House

If your looking for and additional structure in your back yard or on a remote piece of land. SIPs are the option for quick and efficient intallations.

Commercial

The quick construction of SIPs results in a faster return on your  investment. Your building will be completed sooner, and you’ll be open for business in no time.

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See why all clients return to us and after we have helped them save time and finances on their constructions projects.

Buildify
Buildify@buidlify.co
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As a General Contracting company, we have used Struktek in 6 projects to date and have been extremely satisfied with their product and excellent service every single time.
Sierra Evans
Sierra Evans@HouseMartel
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Building with Struktek was a great experience. The panels were easy to install and gave us the coverage and good-looking finishes we wanted. It did take us a bit of time to get used to installing them, but once we got the hang of it, it went smoothly and we’re very satisfied.
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They are highly reliable and professional. The work is done on time and in full every single time. I highly recommend Struktek!
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By far, the most painless demo experience we could have had as business owners renovating our new location. So impressed with this crew and their professionalism, punctuality efficiency, and especially their cleanup! Exceeded our expectations in every way! Highly recommend!
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Frequently asked questions

Our clients are at the forefront of what we do and we aim toto build relationships with our consumers and encourage them to return.

Please out us know if you have any questions are team will be available to discuss SIP technology, present it’s benefits and provide you support, if you choose to move forward.

The structural characteristics of SIPs are similar to that of a steel I-beam. The OSB facers act as the flange of the I-beam, while the rigid foam core provides the web. This design gives SIPs an advantage when handling in-plane compressive loads. SIPs are used for high wind designs in excess of 180 mph and are approved for Florida’s strict High Velocity Hurricane Zones (HVHZ). The load-bearing area of SIPs is equivalent to building with 2 x 10 framing at 16 inches on center.

Electrical wires are pulled through pre-cut channels inside the core of the panels called “chases.” Chases are added during the manufacturing process according to the electrical design of the home. Electricians can feed wires through panel chases without compressing the insulation or drilling through studs.

Structural insulated panels (SIPs) are high-performance building panels used in floors, walls, and roofs for residential and light commercial buildings. The panels are made by sandwiching a core of rigid foam plastic insulation between two structural facings, such as oriented strand board (OSB). Other skin materials can be used for specific purposes. SIPs are manufactured under factory controlled conditions and can be custom designed for each project. The result is a building system that is extremely strong, energy-efficient and cost effective. Building with SIPs will save you time, money and labor.

SIP homes go up much faster than traditionally framed buildings. A properly trained SIP installation crew can cut framing time by 55 percent compared to conventional wood framing, according to a third-party study conducted by R.S. Means. Panels are manufactured as big as 8-foot by 24-foot, so entire wall and roof sections can be put up quickly, reducing dry-in time. SIPs are ready to install when they arrive at the jobsite, eliminating the time needed to perform the individual jobsite operations of framing, insulating and sheathing stick framed walls. Electrical chases are typically provided in the core of panels, so there is no need to drill through studs for wiring.

Builders can save money through decreased construction and labor costs. A high-performance building envelope often allows HVAC equipment to be downsized and ductwork to be minimized. Builders can also significantly reduce jobsite waste disposal and temporary heat during construction. Homeowners that incorporate other energy-efficient features into a SIP home can see utility savings of 50 percent or more. In a 2021 example for a typical 2,000 sf home, using SIPs saves over $16,000 in eliminated 2 x 4 raw material costs alone due to the high costs of lumber versus OSB used for SIPs.

Structural insulated panels are one of the most environmentally responsible building systems available. A SIP building envelope provides continuous insulation, is extremely airtight, allows for better control over indoor air quality, reduces construction waste, and helps save natural resources. Life cycle analysis has shown that SIP homes have a tremendous positive environmental impact by reducing energy use and greenhouse gas emissions throughout the home’s life cycle. SIP designs can save 45% more CO2 with a 5.1 year energy payback and a 3.8 year greenhouse gas payback compared to stick framing examples.

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