Award Winning Sips Homes
7x Stronger than Timber Frame
Naturally Greener than other build types
3x Stronger than Brick & Block
Typical house erected in 5-7 days
Cost Effective, huge savings on labour
SIPs Eco Panels - Premier SIP Panel Manufacturer.
Sips Eco Panels is the largest high performance, award winning SIP (Structural Insulated Panels) home manufacturer in Scotland. Our company prides itself on certification, excellent customer service & competitive pricing.
Why Choose To Build With SIPs Panels?
Energy efficent strong pre-insulated structure
Excellent U-Values as low as 0.13
Typical house erected in 5-7 days, including the roof.
Increased usable roof space
High levels of air tightness
Reduced cold bridging
7x stronger than timber frame
3x stronger than brick & block
Cost effective, huge savings on labour
Naturally greener than other build types
What Are The Most Common Uses Of SIP Panels?
Our Recent Blog Posts
Government Plans to Build MMC Buildings
The announcement made by the Boris Johnson recently on 30/06/2020 has sparked a massive conversation within the housing industry. Boris Johnson discussed the plans that the UK government are putting into motion. He stated that now is the time to “build, build, build” as the cost of borrowing is lower and more affordable than ever. Read more
Are Sips Toxic?
Formaldehyde is the common toxic compound that is found in many day to day things, from tables and chairs to foods and clothing. Formaldehyde is the Toxin that many are concerned about when it comes to SIPs. Many people are under the misapprehension that this toxin is alive and living in our panels therefore putting people’s health at risk. This could not be further from the truth. Read more
How are Sips Panels Joined?
SIPs panels are joined together with an insulated SIP spline. This is a full-length spline that joins both panels together. The spline like the panels are also insulated with EPS (expanded polystyrene) and has an outer OSB (oriented strand board) skin to strengthen the joint. This also helps to eliminate cold bridging. Read more