Sips Eco Panels
Award Winning Sips Homes 
7x Stronger than Timber Frame 
Sips Eco Panels
Naturally Greener than other build types 
3x Stronger than Brick & Block  
Sips Home Panels
Typical house erected in 5-7 days 
Cost Effective, huge savings on labour 

Sips Eco Panels - Premier SIP home manufacturer. 

Sips Eco Panels is the largest high performance, award winning SIP home manufacturer in Scotland. Our company prides itself on certification, excellent customer service & competitive pricing. 

Why choose to build with Sips? 

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 
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How are sip panels made? 

The panels are typically made by sandwiching a core of rigid EPS foam insulation between two structural skins of oriented strand board (OSB). Other skin material can be added for specific purposes, such as PVC & Magnesium Oxide boards. SIPs are manufactured under factory controlled conditions & can be custom designed for each home. 

Why use SIP panels? 

Along with the speed of construction & the flexibility of manufacturing, SIPs add multiple advantages to your self-build. The most rewarding advantage on the list is the environmental sustainability it gives to you & your home. Less waste is produced when you build with SIPs & very little energy is used during the manufacturing process. 

What are SIP panels? 

Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS) are an advanced method of construction offering excellent thermal performance, light-weight structural strength & time & cost saving benefits over traditional construction methods or systems. SIP panels are used in floors, walls & roofs for residential, commercial & educational applications, providing ecologically friendly & energy efficient buildings. 

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Sips Cold Bridging

What is Cold Bridging? 

Thermal bridging, or cold bridging is where there is a weak spot in the insulation surrounding a house. These occur when there is a break in continuity, creating a path of least resistance for heat transfer between an area or component of an object which has a higher thermal conductivity than that of the surrounding materials. Read More 
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