Integrated Thermal Envelope System

With ever more stringent building regulations on the horizon and the need for more housing, fast, construction needs to catch up. SIP panel construction will become the construction method of necessity in the next 10 years and now is the time to embrace the change. Today we launch Ecoenvelope, providing a build system that considers the whole thermal envelope of a building. Standard SIP panels are made from OSB and we can now supply a high-performance OSB SIP panel using German sourced Egger board and carbon treated EPS insulation. Off-site manufacturing is increasing exponentially and our core business is the manufacture, delivery and erection (if required) of our Magnesium Oxide (MgO) SIP

Why Magnesium Oxide faced panels?

SIP build systems have been around since the 1930's, in fact, Frank Lloyd Wright used the system on his Usonian houses. Most SIP panels are made with Orientated Strand Board (OSB) today, we supply a version using German engineered Egger board with carbon treated EPS insulation. Magnesium Oxide (MgO) sheathing board is a fireproof, highly water resistant alternative. Our MgO system is around 10 -20% more expensive than the standard OSB but there are many advantages. The panel (shown in the illustration above) will, in some cases be the finished wall. Render can be applied directly to external walls or battens can be affixed for timber cladding, brick slips can also be directly applied. Intern

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